This week’s selection is the Reaction Jewelry collection from Nervous System.
Charles R. Goulding discusses Robin Woolard’s 3D printed jewelry collection showcased at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco, California.
3D Systems announced a very interesting jewelry 3D printer, the ProJet MJP 2500W.
Charles R. Goulding and Andressa Bonafé look at the various ways 3D printing technology is being used to produce jewelry.
This week’s reader question relates to jewelry 3D printing.
I recently customized a signet ring brought to life via web app and 3D printing.
Charles R. Goulding and Peter Favata take a look at rising jewelry sales and new ways of making jewelry.
Charles R. Goulding, Taylor Goulding, and Preeti Sulibhavi appreciate symbolism and technology in animal-themed 3D printed jewelry.
What might happen when the major jewelry companies make advanced use of 3D printing?
Need an ultra-high-resolution tabletop 3D scanner? One great option could be the new D3D-s device that’s now available on Kickstarter.
Jewelry design has never been easier. Find out how to use 3D printing software to design your own jewelry. Here are the best jewelry design tools in 2019.
An interesting option for jewelers is the M-Jewelry DLP 3D printer from MakeX.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi of R&D Tax Savers discuss the use of 3D printing in the creation of traditional and modern Indian jewelry.
I’m reading an interesting story of how jewelry designers applied a new 3D printing technology.
Solidscape announced a powerful new 3D printer designed for jewelers.
The folks from Sur 3D have developed a new online 3D printing system for jewelry: DecodedHeart.
I’m looking at another interesting attempt to leverage 3D printing for public use by JulBox.
MakeX successfully launched a high resolution resin-based 3D printer in 2014; now they’re about to launch a new machine focused on the jewelry industry.
Technology is a driving force behind the changes in many industries.
Anarkik3D seems to have found a niche for their haptic 3D design software: Jewelry.
A Toronto-based startup hopes to capture some of the 3D printed jewelry market.
Solidscape claims they hold some 75% of the 3D printing market for jewelers.
We’re checking out a new jewelry generator called “Jweel”. It looks like one of the best we’ve seen so far.
We’re looking at Virtox’s Quark Jewelry as shown on their MixeeLabs page. While it appears to be merely 3D prints for a geometric jewelry piece, there’s more to the story. It’s highly adjustable. This is a perfect example of the flexibility of mathematical design. By hitting the “Explore” tab, you’ll see a number of… Continue reading Virtox’s Adjustable Quark Jewelry
Did you have in mind a fantastic design for a ring that you’d like to 3D print? Perhaps you’d be interested in watching a 55 minute tutorial on the basics of 3D jewelry design, specifically for 3D printing. The tutorial uses the open source 3D design tool Blender, which is available for… Continue reading Jewelry Design Tutorial In Blender
You might not be aware of it, but there’s a pretty competitive fashion industry within the still-kicking virtual world of Second Life. For years fashion designers have created pretty amazing virtual clothing, jewelry and other artifacts, some not possible in real life. Such items have been sold to Second Life avatars for many years. But… Continue reading Virtual Jewelry Becomes Real Jewelry
3D Systems announced the immediate availability of VisiJet Jewel, a new specialized material formulated for high volume jewelry production. Developed expressly for use with the ProJet 6000 and 7000 professional 3D printers, VisiJet Jewel allows manufacturers to produce master models for direct casting of cost effective jewelry with unparalleled detail, accuracy and quality, in hours… Continue reading 3D Systems’ VisiJet Jewel Automates Jewelry Manufacturing
Interested in fashion or jewelry design? Want to do it with 3D printing technology? If so, you may want to attend one of the workshops taking place at ELISAVA, School of Design and Engineering of Barcelona. There are two five-day workshops scheduled, one from 23-27 July and a second edition from 10-14 September of… Continue reading Fashion and Jewelry 3D Printing Workshop
3D print service i.Materialise is running a new contest for “new concepts, techniques and ideas in jewelry design”. Given the startling designs already present in 3D printed jewelry, we’re extremely interested in seeing what kinds of items are generated in this contest. i.Materialise thinks so too, because: Ten winners will be selected and their… Continue reading Jewelry Design Challenge
Actually it’s not the jewelry that’s nervous, it’s the creators. Or their company: Nervous System. They produce a line of jewelry (bracelets, rings, necklaces, earrings and brooches) that were generated by sophisticated algorithms in software. The designs are then either 3D printed, or in some cases 3D printed moulds are used to create the… Continue reading Nervous Jewelry
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi discuss the discovery of Roman dodecahedrons in the UK, their enigmatic purpose and the subsequent surge in interest and replication through 3D printing.
Once again, it’s time to unload our mailbag with the most outrageous messages received in the past few months for your reading pleasure.
I spoke with Tritone and caught up with their latest developments.
This week’s selection is “Etsy Empire Strikes Back” by Eric Michael.
Upscaling LMM technology to target mass manufacturing.
So you want to buy a 3D scanner? These are the nine questions you should be asking.
Swati Suman is a dedicated professional with a passion for education, skill development, and social impact.
ELEGOO is making waves with the announcement of their newest 3D printer models: the Saturn 3 series and Neptune 4 series.
What’s up with top-down resin 3D printing?
Phrozen has just announced its newest addition to the Phrozen 8K series, the Sonic Mini 8K S.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at how Etsy has become a kind of “virtual interior designer” via 3D printing.
This week’s selection is “Digital Crafts: Industrial Technologies for Applied Artists and Designer Makers” by Fabbaloo friend Anne Marie Shillito.
We were provided the opportunity to test Carima’s CMYK non-toxic 3D printer resin.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi consider the possibility of increased use of 3D printing in Thailand.
The eternal question of those new to 3D printing is “what kind of 3D printer should I get?”
Investments are being made in 3D print companies every day, but they may not be very visible.
This week’s selection is “Advanced Jewellery CAD Modeling in Rhino” by Jack Meyer.
Anycubic released a pile of details for their tiny MicroLED 3D printer, which uses a very different light engine.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the use of 3D printing in the high fashion industry.
Anycubic announced two new 3D printers, including one that is to be priced at under US$200.
Our test of the new Anycubic D2 DLP 3D printer concludes with a look at print results and final thoughts.
I’ve become aware of at least one provider of apparently non-toxic 3D printer resins.
This week’s selection is the GnoMon 3D printed fashion collection by designer Ganit Goldstein.
Anycubic announced a very different kind of 3D printer, one that’s based on microLED technology.
I had a chat with the folks from B9Creations.
Evidently BCN3D has struck gold with their new VLM 3D printing process.
Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
HP announced a partnership with Legor to enable 3D printing of precious metals, including gold and silver.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the recent appearance of Formlabs on a major media outlet.
Nanoscribe announced a new feature for their ultra high resolution 3D printer that could put them in competition with SLA 3D printers.
There are few nano-scale 3D printer options, but one comes from UpNano.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at how capital expenditures will increase after the pandemic and how they could benefit 3D printing.
Charles R. Goulding & Andressa Bonafe look at the use of 3D printing technology in the high-end fashion industry.
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This week’s selection are the Wooden Train Track Extensions models by Michal Fanta.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at recent high-profile 3D printing activity in Italy.
A Slovakian 3D print service has produced silver coins that are actually legal tender.
Digital Metal announced a new “digital platform interface” that should allow their equipment to be used for major production applications.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine the notion of 3D printing soap.
Laser marking is a popular, efficient, and highly safe process that has allowed for a wide range of markings to be created on many types of materials.
Charles R. Goulding and Mindy Zhu look at various projects attempting to create 3D printed glass objects.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the relevance of DIY 3D printing projects.
A new tabletop 3D scanner is about to provide outstanding scanning performance at a very low price.
Desktop Metal announced the availability of 316L steel for their Shop System.
There’s a very interesting new feature in Rhino 7: Grasshopper Player.
Anycubic is preparing to launch a new desktop resin 3D printer, the Photon Ultra.
Resin 3D printing isn’t nearly as popular as FFF 3D printing even though it’s widely available. Why is that so?
IDM Lab finally released the PicoFAB 3D printer.
While addressing animals on the endangered species list is a major undertaking, 3D scanning and 3D printing can preserve these Vanishing Legacies.
Another personalized consumer product has been launched using 3D print technology, the KAV bike helmet.
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An interesting application of several 3D technologies took place in London recently.
I’ve learned that Creality is apparently about to open a new subsidiary to market an interesting variation of their 3D printers.
As anticipated, today it’s official: EnvisionTEC is a Desktop Metal company following the close of the latest major 3D printing acquisition.
Satori described an innovation collaboration with designer Ganit Goldstein.
BMW has apparently abandoned their experiment in 3D printed customized parts.
Oqton announced it has raised a massive US$40M from investors.
Desktop Metal’s first major move since becoming a public company is a $300M one: acquiring EnvisionTEC.
Formlabs announced a new castable resin today, marking yet another new material in their product catalog.
In a world of digitally driven production, additive manufacturing (AM) has steadily solidified its place.
It’s 2021 and additive manufacturing has arrived as a realizable technology suite — but someone should tell film studios that.
Simultaneous with the release of a revealing research paper on Xolography, xolo has released details on their first volumetric 3D printer.
Amazon announced a new product they call “Made For You”, and it could lead to astounding changes in the 3D print industry and consumer market.
This week’s question is about 3D printed candles.
Desktop Metal’s mid-volume metal 3D printing offering, the Shop System, is now shipping globally.