Since the beginning of civilization, jewelry has been an important part of the lives of human beings all over the world. From the prehistoric era to ancient civilizations and our modern age, it has always been one of the key items created in societies as it allows us to show status, decorate our bodies, and of course has a sentimental connection. And indeed, there is no denying that the industry is still growing strongly, with the global market expected to reach $255.42 billion by 2027. But just because a tradition is old doesn’t mean it can’t be improved. The jewelry industry is increasingly adopting 3D printing, especially DLP and binder jetting, due to its ability to create complex and detailed designs quickly and cheaply.
In our webinar, “Revolutionizing Jewelry Making with 3D Printing,” we look at how resin and metal 3D printing is already being used to revolutionize the jewelry industry. We were joined by experts from Lino and Kranias Astroroes Jewelry, a family-owned jewelry company in Thessaloniki that was at the forefront of adopting 3D printing for jewelry making in Greece, who explained how 3D printing compares to traditional manufacturing in Greece. the sector. In addition, they will show in detail the benefits of using 3D printing for jewelry making, as well as the differences in the use of resins and metals and the specific advantages of both. Check out the replay below!
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