Hoet Design Studio
Cabrio M & Cabrio PZ
This innovative collection is not just any type of eyewear line. These youthful Cabrio eyewear frames represent the advanced manufacturing with which they were made. The 3D printing technology is an ecological production process in which the synthetic parts are selectively attached to each other using a laser. This means that no excess material is used to create these eyeglasses, therefore resulting in no waste residue.
The shape of the Cabrio PZ series would be impossible to achieve using any other technology other than 3D printing. Cabrio eyewear is ready for the digitalization of optics.
The Cabrio M model is the newcomer in the Cabrio collection, and just like Cabrio Bi-Color, it consists of three parts.
Just as in the previous Cabrio models, the glass frames and temples are printed in polyamide, but what makes this model different is that the bridge is printed in stainless steel.
By using two different 3D-printed materials, this model retains a link to the past, yet builds a bridge to the future.