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3D Printing - The future of sustainability

Let's talk 3D. The future is crafted from polyamide powder and enables a minimalist and zero waste life.

When clear­ing our minds and being focused, we see the impor­tant things. We see nature: raw edges form­ing soft struc­tures. We see beau­ty: pure and organ­ic. We see peo­ple: indi­vid­ual and unique. Inspired by the beau­ty of nature, the 3D print­ing process is tak­ing advanced tech­nol­o­gy back to the roots. 

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3D print­ing allows a min­i­mum-waste-pro­duc­tion while work­ing with next-lev­el-tools. Made out of Polyamide Pow­der the sus­tain­able 3D print­er only adds mate­r­i­al where need­ed. The resid­u­als are ful­ly recy­clable and can be used for the fol­low­ing prod­uct. The result is super light, flex­i­ble but resis­tant at both times. A high-qual­i­ty prod­uct made out of dust. 

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The process is not event sus­tain­able, the out­come con­vinces with high­est qual­i­ty and sta­bil­i­ty. Our 3D print­ed frames are flex­i­ble, light and resis­tant. They are made frame by frame print­ed indi­vid­u­al­ly for each cos­tumer. We went to the basics by gen­er­at­ing com­plete­ly new shapes and struc­tures through 3D print­ing. Min­i­mal, clean and time­less design meets for­ward and con­scious technology!

3D print­ing is for­ward and the future of sus­tain­abil­i­ty. And so it’s the future of technology. 

11 May 2018 · neubau eyewear