Thailand’s Magic Hands: The Spirit of Jewelry Making

Gems and Jewelry industry is ranked No.3 in Thailand’s exported industries. To establish Thailand as the world’s gems and jewelry hub, Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), Ministry of Commerce, together with partners from governmental agencies to private sectors, have initiated a brand new global campaign for Thailand gems and jewelry industry entitled “THAILAND’s MAGIC HANDS: The Spirit of Jewelry Making”.

The 64th Bangkok Gems & Jewelry Fair was held last week, from 10th – 14th September 2019 at Impact Challenger Halls 1-3, gathered exhibitors, buyers and all jewelry stakeholders from Thailand and across the world at the event. 

Opening Ceremony by Deputy Prime Minister, Mr. Jurin Laksanawisit

BGJF is one of the top gems and jewelry destination not to be missed by many exhibitors, buyers and visitors worldwide. Some of the highlights in the event are:

  1. The Niche Showcases
  2. The Jeweller
  3. Innovation and Design Zone (IDZ)
  4. The New Faces
  5. Gems Treasure

A Place To Source for Equipment and Tool Machinery

BDJF is not only for buying of gems and jewelry, it is also a place where companies and visitors to source for equipment and tools machinery for their businesses.

ECS Team, participated for the 3rd time at Bangkok Gems & Jewelry Fair, were at the event to share and provide professional consultation on how 3D printing helps their businesses.

Displaying at the booth is ProJet MJP 2500W, the fast and affordable jewelry 100% wax patterns printer. Users can direct 3D printed the highly accurate, fine wax patterns from the printer, saving the tooling time, cost and geometric limitations. 

Casting Reliability

The VisiJet M2 CAST 100% wax material melts like standard casting wax with negligible ash content in casting.

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