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Upload a 2D Image to a 3D Model


Get your Sterling Silver pendant from your image by the following steps: 

  1. Upload a 2D image. file format .JPG or .PNG under file size 1GB.
  2. Choose your material and finish.
  3. We'll 3D print and handcrafts process your product.
  4. Receive your custom 3D printed product.

Design Guideline 

The resultant ImageTo3D Model should contain one part only, with maximum bounding box size 70mm x 70mm x70mm, and minimum bounding box size 10mm x 10mm x 1mm, minimum wall thickness 1mm. We will do manual checks for the print-ability.

Your model may shrink about 0.25 mm plus 2.5% after casting and finishing. For rings the inner diameter is accurate within +/- 0.1 to 0.15mm. On average, the model shrinks about 2.5% after finishing.

Polishing gives this material a beautiful finish, but can have an impact on fine details. During the polishing step, fine or sharp-edged details may be polished down or even broken off. Keep this in mind when you're designing fine details.
We can only polish well-reachable surfaces, so tight internal spaces may remain unpolished. 

Sterling Silver 

Fine Detail Polished: Extensive polishing will reach intricate details, achieving a very shiny surface. Extra polishing will remove more material so some details may get lost from polishing. 

Special Offer

No minimum order is required. For bulk order more than 10 numbers of the same model, please contact us for special discount offer.

    Delivery Time

    Your unique design product is freshly made to order. The manufacturing process generally takes 14-21 working days after approval of your design. Afterwards, the delivery within Hong Kong will take 7 business days to arrive. Overseas deliveries can take anywhere from 7-14 days depending on where to go. 

    All uploads of designs are protected by Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance, Laws of Hong Kong (Cap 486) (PDPO), US and European data protection laws.

    Intellectual property rights

    You, as a designer, retain all the intellectual property rights to your 3D design, including the 3D renders. Copyright protects the creator of the object. Any re-creation, whether it be 3D modeled or sculpted in clay, is a copyright infringement. On the Silveryway website, you can let other people see or order your work ONLY when you want to show. We will not show your work to the public without your prior written permission.


    Your privacy is taken very seriously by us. When you upload a model to Silveryway, we only store the information we need to process and 3D print your model. Models are always private by default. We do not share that information outside our factories and our production partners.

    ONLY upon receiving your written permission, we may use your model and related imagery in promotions like our newsletter or take it to display at events to help promote you and the whole Silveryway community.

    We are unable to sign individual NDAs.

    Copyrighted content

    Please note that by uploading your 3D design, you warrant that it is your original creation and not copied from any third parties. You also agree that your 3D design does not infringe the intellectual property rights of others. 

    Silveryway enables people to 3D print whatever they can imagine, which unfortunately occasionally includes things that already exist and may be covered by copyright.

    We like to give our community the benefit of the doubt. If you believe that a community member is infringing your copyright with their model, please email us explaining that you believe they are infringing your copyrighted design. Usually, this is enough to start the conversation and lead them to either remove or modify their model. If you can show that you are the copyright holder in this way, we will comply and take down the infringing model.

    Silver is a precious metal and, much like gold, is too fine to be utilized in its pure form. To make silver durable enough for use in jewelry, pure silver, which has a .999 fineness (99.9%), is often alloyed with small quantities of copper (7.5%). The copper is added to strengthen the silver and the resulting product is .925 sterling silver (92.5%).

    Ways to take care of Silver 925:

    Over time, any sterling silver jewelry findings exposed to air will tarnish. This tarnishing process is normal. Sterling silver is 92.5% silver and 7.5% other metals. It’s the other metals, primarily copper, that make sterling silver to tarnish. The copper reacts to moisture and sulfur in the air, causing the sterling silver tarnish. Silver tarnishes faster in areas with high humidity and air pollution. Chemicals like hairspray, perfume, deodorant, body lotion, bleach, etc., can speed up the tarnishing process.

    • The best way to prevent tarnishing is to store clean, dry sterling silver in a dry airtight container, like a Ziploc bag, Tupperware, etc.
    • Don’t leave silver jewelry in the bathroom unprotected, and do not wear it the shower, swimming pool or hot tub. Humidity and moisture can make tarnish appear faster!
    • Minimize sterling silver’s contact to chemicals found in hairspray, perfume, body lotion, makeup, etc..
    • After taking off your silver jewelry, clean it with a dry soft cloth, or polishing cloth, before putting it back into an airtight container.
    • If an item does begin to tarnish, cleaning it right away will make it easier to restore the shine than if you let it sit longer.
    • Use a silver polishing cloth to remove oxidation from silver.
    • Or use a liquid silver cleaner (which smells like rotten eggs). Put the piece of silver in the little tray, swish it around, and the original beautiful silver shine is restored.
    • You might read recommendations to use toothpaste to clean sterling silver, but avoid doing that -- toothpaste is abrasive and can leave scratches.