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