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Founded in 2007 by two MIT alumni, Nervous System creates jewelry inspired by the intricate forms of nature, from tiny sea creatures to the veins of leaves. Its digital designs are generated by a system that mimics organic patterns—then 3D printed in materials like nylon and stainless steel.

Founded in 2007 by two MIT alumni, Nervous System creates jewelry inspired by the intricate forms of nature, from tiny sea creatures to the veins of leaves. Its digital designs are generated by a system that mimics organic patterns—then 3D printed in materials like nylon and stainless steel.

Silver Skull Necklace by Elaine Ho $34 at Fab.com

cell cycle rings arrived-2 by nervous system, via Flickr

Vessel Pendant Black $28 fab

Hyphae table lamps, by Nervous System. These lamps are an infinite series of one-of-a-kind lamps inspired by leaf venation. The lamps are grown in the computer and then 3D-printed in nylon. The possibilities of 3D printing are mind-boggling! #art

Daniel Widrig, London architect, uses 3D for clothes and jewellery

This final design is built up layer by layer in durable nylon plastic using Selective Laser Sintering, a kind of 3D printing. These forms would be impossible to create by traditional manufacturing methods. The process imparts the pieces with a coral-like texture, while the slight flexibility of nylon and airy design make it fun to wear.

from Inspiration Grid

Blueberries: 3D Printed Jewelry

Blueberries: 3D Printed Jewelry | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

3D Printed Jewelry by Theresa Burger.Join the 3D Printing Conversation: http://www.fuelyourproductdesign.com/