Jewel FabLab

Première Vision Accessories is challenging jewellery manufacturing techniques.

Over three days and in a single location, 3D printing and traditional jewellery making will share the stage to enhance the creativity of fashion jewellery.

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Between workshops, demonstrations and conferences, come and experiment and see how these two worlds can combine.

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>The company Wheeldo will present 3D printing with a conference and a focus on three specific aspects:

Prototyping: discover what 3D printing can bring to your professional practices by printing out some jewellery.

3D Scan: test 3D scanning, a useful technology for presenting your products, and make a bust in your likeness.

Start-up: discover new economic models based on 3D printing and print yourself a personalised piece of jewellery.

A conference-workshop entitled “Jewellery and 3D printing”: presentation and demonstrations around digital printing for the jewellery sector.

>The Italian company Sem-Ar, which produces components for jewellery, will demonstrate traditional, manual techniques.

Setting, soldering, assembling, the expert hands of Sem-Ar will show you the key stages in the production of jewellery.

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Wheeldo

Wheeldo is a mobile FabLab created in 2015 by a collective of engineers, artists, architects and designers. For the last two years, this mobile micro-factory has been criss-crossing France to allow the general public and professionals to learn about digital manufacturing techniques and discover the movement maker.

Wheeldo in figures:

– 167 pop-up FabLabs in France and Belgium
– 4216 participants have printed their first object
– 52 879 km travelled by the mobile micro-factory

Site web : www.wheeldo.eu Contact : hello@wheeldo.eu

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