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RIVA Precision Manufacturing Launches Expedited 3D Printing Services to the Jewelry Trade


Free Introductory New York Metro Delivery Available to New Customers, for a Limited Time

New York, NY (PRWEB) December 04, 2017

In response to high demand, RIVA Precision Manufacturing, a leading vertically integrated fine jewelry manufacturing facility, has developed a comprehensive 3D printing department for the trade. Resins are printed in high resolution, and with high surface output, ensuring excellence in surface quality. Cross technologies are also being integrated, complementing the work being done on new printers, with an emphasis on customer service accompanying technological advances.

Depending on the price point, size of the piece, and which printer is being used, prints can be done anywhere from same day to within a three-week timeframe. For those interested in using the B2B service, visit the 3D printing section of the website by clicking on the link for 3D Printing. An automated system uploads files, which are accessed by the department director, and a quote is generated in real time on the website. For edits, there is a one-time flat fee, making the technology accessible to the trade with no hassle. Once a file is approved, customers can choose their preferred delivery or pickup method, receiving an email confirmation of receipt of the file, alongside a time estimate for the final product.

Jennifer Theokary, Manager of the 3D Print Department, says, "The technology we have purchased will help us run an effective printing service bureau. Ultimately, smooth surface technology through RIVA Print offers exceptional production. The new department has been created with customer service in mind, working backwards to ensure all touchstones are covered along the way. We guarantee satisfaction, alongside the exceptional quality our manufacturing has always been known for."

Jerry Taylor, Director of Product Development, adds, "I am very excited to launch our printing services to the industry. It is only natural for RIVA, as an integrated manufacturer, to open the doors of 3D Printing wide to the industry, making it easily accessible. Now, customers have one place to get printing, casting, chain assembly, setting, and finishing done for their custom jewelry and small-scale jewelry collections. Full integration with production, speed, and high-quality workmanship is a hallmark of the business."

Continually fusing engineering and art, RIVA Precision Manufacturing brings technology in house that is currently revamping the industry. In an effort to provide ease to those wanting to locally test the service, the company is offering free New York Metro delivery for prints on customers who sign up to be on the RIVA Print email list during the month of September. To sign up, visit the Contact page on the RIVA website and request to be added to the RIVA Print list in the text box.

Ted Doudak, CEO, says, "RIVA has been manufacturing fine jewelry for thirty years, and 3D printing for the past fifteen. Our experience means that we know what high quality 3D printing should look like. With the end in mind, we work diligently to ensure integrity, from customer service to the final product. We launched RIVA Print to offer our expertise and services to the trade, across the United States."

To learn more about RIVA Precision Manufacturing, visit, call 718-361-3100, or email info(at)rivaprecision(dot)com. For inquiries regarding this press release, contact Olga Gonzalez at Pietra PR at 212-913-9761 or email info(at)pietrapr(dot)com.

About RIVA Precision Manufacturing
RIVA Precision Manufacturing provides designer-driven manufacturing solutions for the jewelry industry that are devised, crafted, and forged using the sharpened edge of enduring expertise. From its origins as a one-man shop nearly thirty years ago to its 37,500-square foot, vertically-integrated facility in Brooklyn, NY, RIVA has been at the forefront of jewelry manufacturing and technology that satisfies the classically elegant to the strikingly sophisticated. To learn more, visit

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