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Black Plated Memento

$150.00
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Celebrate the most important event in your life with your personal Solar System. 

Your Memento, with a beautiful Gun Metal aspect is reminiscent of a Meteorite, will be the most precise and accurate depiction of the Solar System commemorating the personal date of your choosing. 

The latest NASA data and algorithms are used to compute precisely the positions of the planets and their orbital paths.

Made to order. Please allow up to 10 business days for the production. Produced in Europe, customs fee may apply.

We believe our designs are the best on the market because we have combined scientific data with an artistic dimension to make beautiful yet accurate renderings. We use the latest NASA data and algorithms to compute precisely the positions of the planets and dwarf planets, as well as their orbital paths. We have tested our output extensively against results available on JPL's systems because we strive for the best quality and accuracy. 

We then process the numbers in a 3d projection to generate a depiction of the Solar System that is unique to the date you requested. No two different dates produce the same design, that's why SpaceTime Coordinates products are so distinctive and personal. We generate the graphics uniquely and carefully for each order we receive to make sure that your STC item represents *your* special place in space and time.

Material

We offer a black-color plated finish, which is applied by using an electroplating process in combination with a colored PU coating. Your model will first be finished with a very thin layer of palladium and silver. We then add the color by applying a liquid, colored PU coating, which is cured in the oven in the final step.

How it's 3D printed

We use Lost-Wax Printing and Casting. This means we first 3D print your model in wax and then cast it the traditional way.

Brass models are fabricated using a complex five-step process. First, the model is printed in wax using a specialized high-resolution 3D Printer. It is then put in a container where liquid plaster is poured in around it. Once the plaster sets, the wax is melted out in a furnace, and the remaining plaster becomes the mold.