Edit elements

In this section, we will learn how to create and edit various types of elements.

Edit parameters

After adding an element, to edit its parameters, simply click on the "Edit" option or select the element and press the "E" key on the keyboard.

The parameters of the elements can be edited, enabling the creation of unique and personalized models. The advantage of creating something personalized or considering the client's needs with a simple click is significant. From the ring size to the customization of the gem's characteristics, everything can be easily adjusted.

The classic shank represents a traditional and timeless style for rings. It typically features a straight or slightly curved band with a smooth and simple design. This type of shank is versatile and suitable for various ring designs.

The cathedral shank is characterized by its elevated and arched design, resembling the graceful arches of a cathedral. It creates an elegant and dramatic look, often accentuating the center stone of the ring. The sides of the shank curve upward, adding height and prominence to the overall design.

Bezel Parameters

A Bezel stone setting is a secure and elegant setting where a metal rim or collar completely surrounds a gemstone, holding it in place. This type of setting offers protection to the gemstone and creates a sleek and polished look. It can be used for various gemstones and is popular in both contemporary and vintage jewelry designs.

Basket Parameters

A Basket stone setting is a type of setting where the gemstone is held in place by a framework of metal wires or prongs that resemble a basket. The wires or prongs securely cradle the gemstone, allowing light to enter and enhance its brilliance. The basket setting typically exposes a significant portion of the gemstone, allowing for maximum visibility and showcasing its beauty. This setting is commonly used for diamonds and other precious gemstones in various types of jewelry, providing a classic and timeless look.

Peghead Parameters

A Peghead stone setting, also known as a peg setting, securely holds a gemstone in place using metal prongs or claws. It showcases the gemstone's brilliance and allows light to enter from all angles. This classic setting is commonly used in engagement rings and other jewelry designs, highlighting the gemstone as the centerpiece. It offers a timeless and elegant look, emphasizing the natural beauty of the stone.

Halo Parameters

A Halo stone setting is a type of stone setting where a center gemstone is surrounded by a halo of smaller gemstones. The smaller gemstones are typically set closely together, encircling the center stone, creating a halo effect. This setting adds sparkle, visual interest, and enhances the overall appearance of the centerpiece gemstone. The halo setting is commonly used in engagement rings and other jewelry designs, offering a glamorous and luxurious look.

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