Sep.25, 2013

Mixee Labs launches today a new 3D printed molecular jewelry line. People can order from a list of molecule structures designed by Aaron Barnet, or search to print molecules of their choice using online molecular databases. Get a fashionable take on the world's favorite molecules--coffee, love, chocolate, and whichever molecule represents you! Check out the photos of the product below.

These molecular accessories are 3D printed in a variety of materials. You can go colorful in matte, nylon plastic. Maybe steampunk your collection with 3D printed stainless steel, or go high-end with sterling silver and gold plated brass. You can tweak the thickness of the atoms and bonds to add a personal touch. Create minimal molecular structures or plump beady designs!

These designs will start at $10 for nylon plastic, $60 for stainless steel, and $160 for sterling silver and gold-plated brass. Each design will take about 2-3 weeks to 3D print and ship.


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biged fromny wrote at 9/25/2013 4:22:10 PM:

what kind of printer do they use?

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