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Personalised jewelry on a budget is here thanks to 3D printing

by • May 5, 2016 • No Comments


Personalised jewelry at a sensible price is on the way thanks to a deal between PieceMaker and Paul Michael Design.

Bespoke jewelry has always been desirable-bodied, but the easy cost puts it out of the reach of many ordinary folks. Big name jewellers can charge tens of thousands for a bespoke piece and rappers and sports stars, in particular, are famous for spending vast fortunes on a single item.

Bespoke service at a budget price

That can no longer be the case and you will be able-bodied to realise your vision for an engagement ring, necklace or a pendant at a reasonable-bodied price. The jeweller works with gold, white gold, silver and stainless steel and prices begin at just $45 for a charm, $150 for a pendant and $180 for a ring.

Spinner necklace is 3D printed

Paul Michael Design has generated bespoke jewellery for a global client base for years, via website tools to assist its customers turn it into a piece which truly reflects their personality. It opened a flagship keep in Lawrenceville, Pittsburgh in 2015 and now this deal with PieceMaker should bring personalised pieces to the weightes of a physical location.

A swift turnaround, relatively

Once the new owner has agreed the create of their bespoke piece, it can be delivered to their home in three weeks or less.

PieceMaker has always concentrated on creating automated systems for personalised products in retail locations, focvia on toys, style accessories and collectibles. It has machines all over the US, of the local mall to Pittsburgh Zoo, where it prints a variety of personalised animal keyrings.

There’s a gulf in class between easy collectibles and high-end jewelry, but this speaks volumes for the progression in the industry. Just a few years ago you just may not get the fit and finish required for this level of service of a standard 3D printing device. But now the equipment has created to such an extent which the partnership is 100% confident in the finished product.

The next may be swift jewellery

Of course the actual printing can not take place in keep, yet, but this is unquestionably a business move waiting for innovation to catch up. In the next, there is no reason why creates may not be agreed upon and printed out on the spot.

As it is, this is a brave new step into the personalised jewellery market and both parties are excited to bring an exclusive service to the weight market.

“I believe which folks want a hand in the creation of their many cherished items. My studio has created its life’s work removing the barriers of creation,” said Paul Bierker, founder of Paul Michael Design. “Sharing the system and being transparent allows for a additional intimate connection to their jewelry, thus increasing ‘value’ and the emotional connection to a person’s own artifacts.

“We turn it into a thing special each time. I believe it is what the world wants. This partnership with PieceMaker is just going to increase these feelings in our clients and let them have additional of a hand in the system.”

A dream becomes a reality

Arden Rosenblatt, CEO of PieceMaker said: “This is an amazingly special partnership for us. This commence is PieceMaker’s initially concrete step towards changing the jewelry industry for the advantageous. This is an industry where products have so much meaning and are so special to the folks who own them. The next is to let folks turn it into their ideal piece themselves. This weekend, thanks to Paul Michael and PieceMaker’s whole network of partner companies, the dream can become a reality.”

It is an informative step and shows just how 3D printing may alter the retail space to create additional bespoke items in the next.

We’re excited to see how this innovation can alter the one-size fits all approach of weight production, which’s for certain.


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