The Economist has recently written an excellent introductory briefing on the current state of 3D printing and how it will affect industry.Read more
Previously we’ve talked about the different ways in which CAD is being used by jewellers to interact with their customers. Now I wanted to look at the ways in which jewellery CAD designers can offer their skills to the wider market.Read more
For this month’s Something Beautiful in Jewellery, I present Artur Dabrowski and his architectural rings.Read more
I don’t normally recommend online courses, but seeing as what they’re teaching isn’t really being taught anywhere else at the moment, it’s worth sharing. 3Dprint.com is running a series of Beginner Design for 3D Printing and Advanced Design for 3D Printing online courses. Check them out.Read more
We have an exciting summer season of jewellery CAD short courses planned at the British Academy of Jewellery in London starting 12 June. If you’ve been reading about the CAD training here but have been curious about taking one of the CAD courses I’ve developed, now is your chance. See our list of courses here.Read more
The launch of luxury 3D printed product boutique website Bre and Co marks an interesting change in the perception of CAD and 3D printed products by consumers. In this article, I explore 4 different emerging business strategies for using CAD and 3D printing when marketing and presenting retail jewellery.Read more
For this month’s Something Beautiful in Jewellery, I present a jeweller and fashion accessory designer Kali Ratcliffe, and her new brand ELIXIR.
Her work features some very resourceful applications of Rhino and Zbrush into manufacturing across different media.Read more