OUR 3D PRINTING APPROACH.
We at Fersera utilize the 3D printing technology to produce the first samples of our jewelry pieces, this approach has helped the whole industry to become more sustainable and to reduce the impact on the environment when creating wearable art.
The jewelry industry has seen a major shift in recent years towards sustainable practices, and 3D printing technology is significantly contributing to these positive changes. It is revolutionizing how jewelry is created and consumed, meaning less waste and a lesser pollution.
THE BENEFITS OF 3D PRINTING.
3D printing technology allows for jewelry to be produced quickly, with precision and repeatable accuracy. Since larger batches of jewelry can be manufactured quickly and efficiently, the amount of material waste and energy used is significantly reduced. Additionally, with this technology, jewelry can be created in unique and intricate designs, allowing for more intricate pieces, while keeping the total material used to a minimum.
Beyond the material benefits of 3D printing jewelry, the energy costs of production are also greatly reduced. Reduced energy means lower emissions, which is essential when it comes to sustainable jewelry design. To illustrate this, according to many leading 3D printing companies , a single piece of jewelry created with this technique requires up to 80% less energy to create compared to traditional methods.
Finally, the ability to personalize jewelry and create more intricate shapes and designs, with 3D printing technology, offers designers the freedom to create truly unique pieces. This means that more customers are now opting for a one-of-a-kind, bespoke piece of jewelry, as opposed to mass-produced items. This reduces the total demand for raw materials and energy, resulting in a smaller environmental impact.
Overall, 3D printing technology has revolutionized the jewelry industry, allowing for more sustainability and less environmental impact. With the increasing availability and affordability of this innovative method, the jewelry industry can, and will, continue to become more sustainable and reduce their environmental footprint.