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Shapeways Introduces Interlocking Metals for 3D Printing

3D printing service provider Shapeways is now adding interlocking metals to their portfolio of 3D printable materials. Customers can choose between brass, bronze and silver prints in...

TU Berlin Opens 3D Printing Repair-Café

Several students have teamed up to build up the “3D-Druck Repair-Café” together with the TU Berlin. The Repair-Café should be a place for creativity...

The German Firm KlunkerKompany 3D Prints Modern Jewellery Classics

Industrial Designer Agathe Schmid-König and her friend Bettina Meyer, a jewellery designer, started the company KlunkerKompany. Together they design and manufacture 3D printed jewellery with bright...

WonderLuk & Francis Bitonti Launch 3D Printed Jewellery Collection

Francis Bitonti, well known fashion designer and creator of the first 3D printed dress, has teamed up with UK-based jewellery manufacturer WonderLuk to create...

Aquilaes – Jewellery Takes on a New Dimension with 3D Technology

3D for jewellers is rather like digital photos for photographers. Far from being a simple gimmick, it involves a major change, which requires an...

Argos Wants You to Get Creative with its Customisable Jewellery

British retailer Argos has just launched a line of customisable 3D printed jewellery, available in its online store. Customers can choose from a variety of...

Ringz App: Design Your Own 3D Printed Rings

There are already quite a few start ups out there offering customised 3D printed jewellery. Companies like Jweel, Nervous System, Blueberries or Polychemy give...

Be Her Valentine with 3D Printed Jewellery from Jweel

Valentine's Day is less than a month away, meaning there is still some time to find the perfect gift for your loved one. This year...

Jelwek Watch – 3D Printed Wooden Watch

The Polish company Jelwek has introduced their 3D printed watch fabricated with a wood-like material. The Jelwek Watch weighs only 44 grams and is printed...

Personalised 3D Printed Jewellery by Polychemy

The Singapore-based company Polychemy has launched its online platform for personalised, 3D printed jewellery. Customers can add a personal touch to designs of necklaces and rings...

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