The forms that you're observing in these Guilloché Cuffs are reminiscent of late renaissance fashions and artistic techniques, yet what you're actually seeing are items that have been digitally designed with the help of custom parametric computer script and produced in three dimensions in nylon by laser sintering processes.
The virtual guilloché engine employed by Gregory Phillips makes it possible to produce infinite different motifs with subtle and significant variations to the products that you see within this series. Intricate and delicate lattices form nearly mesh-like structures of overlapping lines that make highly detailed and unique bracelets of curves, straight lines, crisscrosses and more. The Guilloché Cuffs are so intriguing to behold that they can make even the most minimalist of ensembles look exciting.
Guilloche Cuffs Unite 1600s Style with Digital Production
1. Virtual Guilloché Engine - Utilizing a virtual guilloché engine allows for the creation of infinite different motifs, providing customization and uniqueness to products.
2. Digitally Designed Accessories - The use of custom parametric computer script in designing accessories offers new possibilities for intricate and delicate lattices.
3. Laser Sintering Processes - The application of laser sintering processes in production enables the creation of three-dimensional nylon accessories with high levels of detail.
1. Fashion Accessories - The fashion accessories industry can leverage virtual guilloché engines to create personalized and unique designs.
2. Jewelry - The jewelry industry can explore the use of custom parametric computer script to design intricately patterned pieces.
3. Manufacturing - The manufacturing industry can adopt laser sintering processes to produce high-quality and detailed three-dimensional products.