Lost-wax casting - WikipediaLost-wax casting (also called "investment casting", "precision casting", or cire perdue which has been adopted into English from the French) is the process by which a duplicate metal sculpture (often silver, gold, brass or bronze) is cast from an original sculpture. Intricate works can be achieved by this method.
Lost-wax process | metal casting | BritannicaLost-wax process, also called cire-perdue, method of metal casting in which a molten metal is poured into a mold that has been created by means of a wax model. Once the mold is made, the wax model is melted and drained away.
Bronze sculpture - WikipediaBronze is the most popular metal for cast metal sculptures; a cast bronze sculpture is often called simply a "bronze". It can be used for statues, singly or in groups, reliefs, ... Lost wax method. In lost-wax or investment casting, the artist starts with a full ...Material·
Lost Wax Casting: 23 Steps (with Pictures)Lost Wax Casting: This is a brief outline of my lost wax casting technique. There are several ways to cast, this is just the way I do it as a one woman show! Also, this was my set up about 7 years ago and some things have changed - I have a slightly updated longer ...
Lost Wax MethodA couple of Spotify samplers for Sinatra anniversary week. The first recreates (almost) the singer’s last recording project, now out of print: Everything Happens to Me, a self-selected anthology of the songs that meant the most to him.No ring-a-ding-dings here; just the deepest ballads and most penetrating readings from his later years.
Lost Wax Method: described in images — Alicia N. PonzioI modeled it directly in microcrystalline wax (which is the most commonly used at foundries). We'll be using the Lost Wax Method of casting in bronze: essentially the same process that has been used to cast bronze for approximately 6000 years, though technology has streamlined it.