3dp.se - Swedish jewelry that takes new shapes

by Jennifer Iannuzzi | November 26, 2013

3dp.se is a Scandinavian news and knowledge portal covering all aspects of additive manufacturing, rapid prototyping and 3D printing. Their article covers the 3D printing process employed by Lumitoro to achieve its jewelry creations.

“The jewelry is made ​​in everything from nylon to alloys of bronze and stainless steel. Although titanium is used and printed directly. This is one of the most expensive processes. It takes a lot of engineering work to prepare STL files to prevent distortions in the final product , even to process support material is more time consuming when it comes to titanium compared to other materials.”

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