jewelry

3D Printing Changes the Landscape of Jewelry Design

When a couple is ready to make the big commitment, there is a lot of pressure to find just the right symbol of that lasting bond. For some, the ring…

Shapeways Introduces Interlocking Metals: Brass, Bronze & Silver!

Shapeways has just announced that they are the first online 3D printing platform to offer interlocking metal parts in cast brass, bronze, and silver. They introduced interlocking parts in 3D printed aluminum at the…

Austrian Jeweler Boltenstern Partners with Cooksongold for Customized Direct Jewelry 3D Printing

Not long ago, if you told someone you could print gold, you’d probably be met with an eye roll and a comment having to do with money growing on trees,…

3D Printed Animal Skulls in Miniature: Fire & Bone’s Latest Kickstarter Adds a Fourth Collection

It has long been recognized that, with the exception of the production of internet trolls, nature is a superb designer. For as long as the human mind has existed, we…

Robot Factory’s Desktop Electroplating CopperFace System Debuts at Maker Faire Rome

While it is gaining ground in the automotive and aerospace industries, metal 3D printing is still prohibitively expensive for most makers. There are of course several 3D printing service providers…

Trove Offers 3D Printed Jewelry That’s Perfect Just for You

The way that human beings decorate their bodies has long been a significant component of both individual expression and social identity. People have found a myriad of ways to express ideas, stature,…

3D Printing the Porsche of Bracelets: the chp73

Porsche is a name that has become synonymous with quality and craftsmanship and the bracelet designed in its image by Gijs Bakker is no exception to that association. The bracelet was…

i-Scientifica’s Unique 3D Multi-Metal Printer Prints in Gold, Platinum, Titanium Ink – Starting at $40K – Coming Soon!

The 3D printing space is growing by leaps and bounds on a daily basis. The technology continues to improve, as prices come down and more companies begin to understand the…

SmarTech: 3D Printing to Create $11B in Jewelry Revenue & Open Up $3.1B Dental Market by 2020

SmarTech Publishing is known for their detailed industry reports pertaining to the 3D printing, scanning, materials, and software markets. With an eye on the future, their researchers and analysts are…

Jenny Wu to Launch Latest Lineup in 3D Printed Steel for LACE Jewelry Collection

Designer Jenny Wu is our favorite crossover artist, and she’s become a solid quadruple threat in a very short amount of time, adding notable jewelry designer to her growing list…

Jeweler, Orori, Set to Do Battle for Market Share with 3D Printing

Orori was once a group of brick-and-mortar jewelry stores, but back in 2012 the firm closed those shops and made the move to an ecommerce business model. Now the online…

Pinshape & ELLE Launch 3D Printable Jewelry Design Contest: Winners Could Land Dream Job at ELLE

Do you have an eye for accessorizing? Think you have what it takes to design the next big thing in jewelry, thanks to your 3D design and printing prowess? Lucas…

Waste Not, Want Not: Bracelets & Rings Using Leftover 3D Printer Filament

As an artist, I know that there is something sad about the little leftover scraps of the material that was a precious part of the process of creation. I have…

Finnish Jeweler Kalevala Offers Trendy, Colorful New 3D Printed Pieces in Launzer Marketplace  

A friend of mine, recently engaged — wedding rings on the horizon — was questioning why women must wear such a multitude of accessories and jewelry. From necklaces to toe rings,…

Sharebot Unveils New Jewelry 3D Printer at Vicenzaoro: The Sharebot J-3D

Italian 3D printer manufacturer Sharebot seems to be firing on all cylinders here lately, launching new products and applications, and partnering with major companies like Arduino. By reaching out to…

Mixee Labs Offers 3D Printed Binary Code Necklaces

There is seemingly no end to the forms that can be produced using 3D printing. The ability of 3D printers to produce objects with a high degree of precision and…

Dutch Designer’s 3D Printed Jewelry Combines Cutting Edge Technology and Haute Couture

We’re excited at the potential for the fashion industry to utilize 3D printing technology to produce custom clothing, footwear, and jewelry. From the frankly bizarre but utterly fascinating creations of Iris…

DAMN and Twikit Partner with Café Costume to Create 3D Printed Cufflinks, Tie Bars, and Money Clips

It is quite possible that you did not realize you needed cufflinks, but if you possess anything cuffed, you will undoubtedly be interested in adorning it with 3D printed ornaments…

LACE by Jenny Wu Debuting New Collection of 3D Printed Jewelry

3D printing provides users with literally endless opportunities to design and create their own custom objects, whether it be household accessories, elaborate art work, individualized toys, or custom jewelry. Jewelry…

Make It Yours: 3D Printed Rings from Polychemy Jewelry Let You Design Your Own Piece

A kiss on the hand may be quite continental; but diamonds are a girl’s best friend!  While not everyone will agree with quite that level of reverence for jewelry, most…

The Joy Complex 3D Prints Conductors’ Batons From Beethoven’s Notes

Synesthesia is a rare condition in which the person affected takes in one form of sensory input and ‘reads’ it in another. For example, a synesthete might see colors when…

UpLocket, The 3D Printed Locket Which Holds Surprising Secrets, Launches on Kickstarter

Baltimore entrepreneurs and makers, Todd Blatt and Ben Howarth, have successfully combined nostalgia, fashion, microchip technology and 3D printing to create a thoroughly contemporary take on classic jewelry. The locket,…

3D Printed Jewelry Shows There is no Divide Between Science And Art

Science has long been a source of inspiration for art. Though some believe there is a sharp divide between art and science, both historical and present practice belie the existence…

3D Printed Audio Jewelry: Sound Takes Shape

A word that phonetically resembles or suggests the sound it is meant to describe is termed an “onomatopoeic.” For instance, “moo,” “oink,” and “tick tock” are linguistic imitations of aural…