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Singapore native Ruiyin Lin, whose collection is "both a tribute to the past and a prelude to the future." She combines traditional forms and craftsmanship with "digital manufacturing methods" — in other words, printing.

Quite possibly the pioneers of 3D printed jewelry, Nervous System took us for a behind-the-scenes glimpse at how they developed their Cell Cycle line of 3D printed nylon and stainless steel jewelry that’s based on cellular patterns.

The Best Printed Jewelry - Design Milk San Francisco-based Fathom & Form Jewelry uses a combination of techniques, including printing, to create their architecture inspired line of geometric jewelry.