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Traditional Jewelry Making and 3-D Printing Meet With Endswell

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Rachel Gant and Andrew Deming (of Yield Design) have joined their design powers to create Endswell, a line of rings born out of a pair of wedding bands they created for close friends. Refinery 29 tells us they use 3-D printing to create the designs, then cast in solid gold of the rose, yellow or white variety. Then they hand-finish each piece.

Their goal is to marry technology and a notion of what's very right now, with pieces that will stand the test of time, both physically and aesthetically. Check out some of our favorites below.

· Endswell Collection [Official Site]
· Endswell Gives Digital-Cool Jewels a Rad Name [R29]
· 3-D Printing Brings New Dimension to DIY Jewelry [Racked SF]