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26 March 2019

3D printed jewelry: the collision of technology and fashion

3D printed jewelry: the collision of technology and fashion

In the past few years, 3D printing because of its charming magic can create physical objects has been attracting global attention, just need air, or rather, designed on computer drawings into reality. Using the desktop 3D printer produce the parts we need, using the Cheap 3D Pens on the education areas. And professional 3D printer in Space, medical and food and so on. 3D printing process is sometimes referred to as “adding manufacturing”, by use of layered materials in an inkjet printer. Like a piece of sedimentary rock, but the structural design is entirely up to you. 0914295D5-3

Although there is a lot about 3D printer for food manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, automobile and other discussions, but its potential is rarely focus on apparel manufacturing. Part of the reason is because most 3D printing and manufacture of clothing and accessories have not yet entered the mainstream-they look so strange or impractical. In fact, when I began to explore this area, I intend to bring together different brands, but concluded that the products, but rarely satisfactory. In General, levels of taste and aesthetic not to and greater levels of the fashion industry standards.0914291444-4

It made me pay attention to Metalepsis projects initiated by Astrid Chastka and architect Victoria Cho, it has succeeded in creating what we wanted wearable 3D printed jewelry. Recent cooperation with the fashion brand Chromat, in CFDA/of the Vogue fashion Fund Award, we see these women of 3D printed necklaces, bracelets and rings, different from common styles on the market, has a different charm.0914295150-1