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08 Jul 2013 - 19:18104823
Rockbell Revolution 3D printed jewelry
Hey guys! My name is Stephanie and I've recently started a business of my own. I have 2 3D printers that were sitting at home collecting dust so I decided to put them to work.

I have combined a couple of my favorite things, making jewelry and steampunk, to create unique and one of a kind 3D printed, hand painted steampunk jewelry.

Please take a moment to come by my Facebook page and etsy store! I'm offering free giveaways and discounts for the amazing people that give me a hand in getting this thing off the ground. I love doing this and making these things and hope to share that excitement with all of you! Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by and read my post!


07 Mar 2014 - 23:51111867
You have such a creative mind! My girlfriend will definitely love your beautiful jewellery pieces. I’m thinking of creating one for her using T-Glase that I found at 3D2print.net http://www.3d2print.net/shop/blog/2014/02/01/t-glase-good-choice-3d-jewellery-designing/

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07 Apr 2014 - 19:28112582
3D Printed jewelry brings an all new meaning to jewelry tools endless designs and makes it easy for people to custom order. What's neat is that the molds can also be made with the printers for finer jewelry to cast

22 Apr 2014 - 21:35112981
This is amazing! I think I’ve seen some of these on Etsy store maybe those are yours. Anyway, how much does a piece of this hand painted steampunk jewelry cost? I have this kind of filament at home: http://www.3d2print.net/shop/product/taulman-tglase-clear/, I’m planning to make a necklace like for my wife. Any suggestion where to find vintage designs?

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