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MONO Eyewear is 3D Printed in a Single Piece

Architect and designer Edmond Wong teamed up with optician Simon Lin to create a line of individual 3D printed eyewear. 

Currently promoted on Indiegogo, the ultra light frames of MONO eyewear are available in five different designs and four colours. They are 3D printed in one piece using Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) technology, hence their name. This is possible due to a unique, patent-pending “DNA joint” which adopts to the slightest difference in face features.


The polycarbonate lenses are interchangeable, so prescription glasses can effortlessly and quickly be turned into sunglasses.

In order for the perfect fit, the Hongkong-based team has come up with a unique sizing system to find the perfect fit.


MONO is currently available for $ 99 through Indiegogo, featuring one Frame, one pair of optical and one pair of tinted lenses.

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