The most common misconception about 3D printed jewelry is that it is printed in metallic plastic. This is not the case: it is produced as a real, solid piece of jewelry made out of the precious metal of your choice.
In this blog post, we will have a closer look at the four best and most popular materials for jewelry designers. (more…)
Are you thinking about 3D printing in resin? Would you like to know more about the technology behind 3D printing in resin? Or you just can’t figure out which one of our five resins to choose? Then this blog post is perfect for you!
Being able to get a print in real, solid steel is one of the coolest things 3D printing has to offer. However, we get quite a few questions about the look and feel of this material. In this article, we want to explain to you how steel 3D printing works, what color and finishing options you can choose from, and how you need to prepare your 3D design to get a great steel print!
It’s warmer weather, the first rays of sun are appearing and flowers are blooming all around… Spring is now in full bloom, at least in the Northern Hemisphere! And with the arrival of all these beautiful flowers, we’re enjoying the colors of spring!
What can cheer you up more than a blooming pink tree, a bunch of purple lilies, a field of yellow tulips or a garden covered in red roses?
Did you know that you can 3D print all the colors of spring?
We’ll make it even easier for you with a 20% discount for 3D printing in Multicolor+.
Alumide is perhaps the most underrated 3D printing material. Often mistaken for aluminum or seen as the little brother of polyamide, alumide gets little attention as a 3D printing material. However, alumide is a material with a great look & feel and offers you a lot of design freedom.
Let’s take a look at 5 outstanding alumide 3D prints in this blog post.
It’s no secret that we have a soft spot for brass, and we aren’t the only ones. We can count so many examples of jewelry designers and makers who have surprised us with their exciting brass creations.
When it comes to materials for 3D printing jewelry, brass is a great option for many reasons and we want you to know them all!
The new Multicolor+ has stolen our hearts from the moment it was launched a few weeks ago.
Being able to 3D print your models in full color is so exciting that we can’t wait to explain all the possibilities of this material.
Light and flexible are the main characteristics that Cristian Marzoli, an Italian architect and designer, uses to describe this 3D printing material. We would add strong and durable!
The magic of rubber-like is this mixture of softness and durability. With a sandy granular look, this is the 3D printing material of choice to 3D print squeezable models, and it’s also a great option for fashion and jewelry.
Have you already discovered Multicolor +, our new 3D printing material in full color?
Maybe you are you thinking about 3D printing your next design with Multicolor+ but you don’t know what to expect. In this article we will explain how the technology behind Multicolor+ actually works, what colors can you expect and how to model your 3D design to get the perfect full-color 3D print.
Here’s all you need to know about 3D printing in Multicolor+!