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Alienology's Avant-Garde Accessories Are Made With a 3D Printer

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Jul 31, 2009   Updated: Aug 16 2011 • References: alienology and ponoko
This geometric jewelry from Alienology is what you get when you take stacked patterns and print them out using a 3D printer. The perfect, undulating waves are almost hypnotic--check out the gallery above to see what I mean.

3D printers are revolutionizing the way goods are produced. It seems that everything from car parts to dental supplies is being manufactured using 3D printing techniques. Check out some other innovative uses for this technology below.

Implications - Geometric shapes and visuals continue to gain popularity as a result of both the retro revival as well as the common consumer embrace of geeky culture. Companies that embrace this movement towards geometry within their visuals will continue to appeal to consumers.