Realizing the potential that 3D printing has for custom jewelry making, Trove was developed as a new startup out of New York City. Many people want to be creators, but lack the resources to actually put their ideas in motion.
While there are 3D printing shops online like Thingiverse and Shapeways that retail pre-made objects, Trove takes this idea further by serving as a bespoke jewelry design platform. What's neat about Trove is that any design created becomes a part of the collective database, so if you spot a simple stainless steel ring made by another user that you want to embellish, this is totally possible.
With the ability to follow other creators on Trove, this is also a neat way to stay up to date with what styles are popular across the website.
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