What's the difference between hard gold and soft gold
4hw.com.cn: in real life, many friends have been exposed to gold more or less. However, many friends know little about gold. Hard gold is a kind of gold. Many people don't know what hard gold is. Which is the value of hard gold or soft gold? Let's have a look!
Hard gold is also called hard gold and hard gold with thousands of feet. 0.005% of the hard gold is added with special metals to increase its hardness, so as to achieve the corresponding hardness. Although the gold content is less than traditional gold, but in the production process, it needs more cost. Therefore, the price of hard gold is higher than that of traditional gold.
The price of traditional gold is mainly the price of gold itself, but in the production process, which does not need to spend too much cost. Therefore, the price of traditional gold is almost the market price of gold. The price of hard gold is different. On the basis of the high purity of gold, hard gold allows consumers to have 18 karat gold style.
Generally speaking, hard gold products are more beautiful and delicate than gold products, and the production cost is also high. This is the main reason why the price of hard gold products is higher than that of traditional gold products.
The difference between hard gold and traditional gold
1、 Volume weight difference
Qianzu hard gold: with the advanced hollow nano electroforming technology, the weight of accessories with the same size is only 30% of that of ordinary qianzu gold, which is lighter and more affordable, making the accessories with the same size much cheaper in price. The utility model has the advantages of low weight, light shape and convenient wearing. (the difference between a thousand feet of gold and gold)
Traditional thousands of gold: compared with thousands of hard gold ornaments, it is small in size, heavy in weight, expensive and inconvenient to wear.
2、 Hardness and toughness difference
Qianzu hard gold: the hardness is 4 times of the traditional qianzu gold, equal to 18 K gold jewelry, with high wear resistance, delicacy, light and comfortable to wear; breaking through the limit of soft texture of gold accessories, far exceeding the hardness of traditional gold, not easy to wear, scratch, deformation, its three-dimensional sense is stronger, easier to maintain.
Traditional thousands of gold: as we all know, gold is a very soft metal with very low hardness. Thousands of gold jewelry and ornaments are easy to scratch and deform without any attention, which is very inconvenient for maintenance.
3、 Differences in style and shape
Qianzu hard gold: first of all, it is the difference of starting mould. Qianzu hard gold ornaments use wax model to invert the mould. Wax model carving is exquisite and meticulous. You can also boldly use 3D modeling to make it fully play in 3D space, with a strong sense of three-dimensional. Adopting advanced space dewaxing technology, no solder joint, no seam, more smooth and perfect surface shape. Give new visual highlights and market hot spots to the gold jewelry.
Secondly, due to the improvement of hardness, design and technology have been greatly liberated. Some fine and delicate styles can't be made with thousands of gold, while 3D hard gold thousands of gold method has to be made with more meticulous workmanship and stronger artistry, and the problem of gemstone inlay has also been perfectly solved.
Traditional thousands of gold: traditional thousands of gold jewelry, using low-temperature metal, namely low melting point metal (such as lead, aluminum, etc.) model inversion, low-temperature metal is not easy to process and carve, easy to leave solder joints and seams, so its modeling is rough, almost all are close to plane relief, poor three-dimensional sense.
Traditional gold is a kind of very soft metal with very low hardness, which limits the design and technology of gold jewelry greatly. Some exquisite styles can't be made, which makes people feel that they are not extensive and artistic enough. Inlaid with thousands of gold gems is a problem that has puzzled the jewelry manufacturing industry for hundreds of years.