Why would you produce jewelry using 3D printing technology, instead of creating it traditionally? Here are five reasons that convinced jewelry giants like Titan to start using 3D Printing in their business.
Titan Company Ltd. is one of the foremost watchmakers and jewelry manufacturers of India. With daughter brands such as Tanishq, Gold Plus and Zoya, Titan has an enormous audience with constantly shifting tastes that need to be anticipated if the company wants to keep its competitive edge. So how does Titan keep their innovative spirit alive? They use the power of 3D Printing!
Chances are you’ve heard of Tomorrowland before. Perhaps you were even among the 180,000 music lovers who attended this year. As one of the largest electronic music festivals in the world, Tomorrowland is famed for its diverse lineup of DJs, its incredible fairytale-themed stages and décor, and record-breaking ticket sales. Every year they release an introduction video to warm up festivalgoers, and this year’s theme was “The Elixir of Life”. We were tasked with the creation of a unique object which would function as one of the props in the video: a magical ring!
Dr. Casey Handmer is a theoretical physicist passionate about 3D Printing, technology and space. Together with our consumer printing service, i.materialise, he has managed to combine those three interests into one magnificent project: the Mars ring, a 3D printed ring which has transformed NASA’s publically available information on the topography of the planet Mars into a wearable object.