Shapeways Announces Spring & Wonder – A Customisable 3D Printed Jewelry Collection

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Shapeways, a leading platform that offers products using 3D printing technologies, announced the launch of Spring & Wonder – a fully customisable line of 3D printed jewelry. The service brings together artistry and technology and gives an opportunity to shoppers to fully personalise the design, look, and material of jewelry.

Shapeways’ team has developed unprecedented tools. These tools allow easy-to-use 3D modeling experiences that are integrated into the users’ online shopping platforms. Users can simply use javascript and connect to Shapeways’ software and systems. Once connected, they can enable interactive customisation and can customise thepro ducts using ecommerce sites such as Shopify.

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Above: An example of customisable 3D printed jewelry from the Spring & Wonder Collection from Shapeways/Image Credit: Shapeways

The Spring & Wonder collection from Shapeways is a perfect example of how the company is enabling accessible, customisable, consumer-friendly capabilities through 3D modeling and printing and how designers/creators and even brands can leverage the technology to bring the benefits to their customers.

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Offering details of the newly launched service, Greg Kress, CEO of Shapeways said, “Shapeways has developed a sophisticated back-end of production, distribution, and supply chain fulfillment network, so we’re eager to expand our software services to brands looking to take advantage of mass personalization via 3D modeling and printing technology.”

“With this simple software extension, we’re offering brands the opportunity to empower their customers to create truly one-of-a-kind products at affordable prices,” Kress added.

The Spring & Wonder collection is the first of several in-house showcase brands to be launched this year. The company is currently making its configurator technology accessible to brands and businesses via the Shapeways’ in-house development team. The company plans to make this technology more broadly available in the near future.

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