More and more jewelry designers are discovering the great potential and design freedom that 3D printing offers. i.materialise enables designers from all over the world to order 3D prints in precious metals such as brass, bronze, silver or gold. Desmond Chan, founder of jewelry label Vulcan Jewelry is one of the outstanding designers working with these materials through 3D printing. Read on to learn more about his innovative necklaces and bracelets.
3D printing is becoming an essential tool for many jewelry designers. It is well-adapted for jewelry production, as it is a technology that allows great freedom of design and the large-scale production of individualized models. That’s why we keep receiving more orders for 3D printed jewelry in bronze, brass, Sterling Silver, or even 14k/18k gold and steel! Reason enough for us to take a look at some of the best designs we’ve printed lately.
The times when 3D printed jewelry sounded like an idea from a sci-fi movie are over. More and more jewelry designers print their designs today. Since 3D printed pieces of jewelry look and feel exactly like traditionally casted objects, 3D printed jewelry is on the verge of becoming mainstream. Let’s take a closer look at this design revolution. (more…)
London-based firm Digital Forming enables customers to co-design their own 3D printed products – anything from a mobile phone case to an espresso cup or a silver ring. With easy-to-use, user-friendly design apps, anyone can create a personalized, one-of-its-kind product in minutes. (more…)
Since 3D modeling software often has a steep learning curve, innovative startups try to develop more user-friendly design tools and apps that lead to great results in minutes. WIZEgem is one of these startups. Your personal 3D printed jewelry pieces are now only a few clicks away.
Creating and 3D printing your own bracelet has never been easier thanks to free online apps like UNIQD. All you need is an Internet browser, a few minutes of your time, and some creativity. Here is our tutorial on how to 3D model and print your own bracelet in five easy steps. No software, installation, 3D printer, or prior 3D modeling or 3D printing experience is required! (more…)
Update: On demand manufacturing from the Jweel app is now closed, but the applications have been opened and they are now accessible for free. You can save design files, and export to 3D standard format for manufacturing, enjoy!
Creating and 3D printing your own ring is now really easy thanks to free online apps like Jweel. All you need is an internet browser, a few minutes of your time, and some creativity. Here is our tutorial on how to 3D model and print your own ring in four easy steps. No software, installation, 3D printer, or prior 3D modeling or 3D printing experience is required! (more…)
The Materialise World Conference is fast approaching and we would like to take this opportunity to present some of the inspiring speakers who will illustrate the many ways that 3D Printing services and solutions can add value in the realm of consumer products. See them in person on April 24th and 25th in Belgium and participate in our two-day program of workshops and conferences that will give you inspiration and the technical know-how to turn your ideas into 3D Printed reality.
This week, our featured presenter is designer Zbyněk Krulich, co-founder of jewelry brand and e-shop blueberries. (more…)
Gentlemen, as you probably know, Valentine’s Day is approaching. Finding the perfect gift that is going to delight your loved one is really tricky. But this year, new technologies can help you more than ever: what about giving something that really comes from you, from the heart and made especially for her? You can do this thanks to personalized jewelry and 3D printing. To make sure you make the right choice and have a wonderful time with your lady, let’s have a look on which type of custom jewelry best matches her style. (more…)
Introducing a unique partnership between Café Costume, architect designer duo DAMN and Twikit, a pioneer in 3D customization. Inspired by Kunstwerkstede ‘De Coene’, they have created a collection of customizable 3D printed cufflinks, tiepins and money clips. The collaboration ties in perfectly with the world of new craftsmanship, in which 3D printing makes it possible to give each item a unique character.