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One of the biggest advantages of 3D printing is that it allows for the design and creation of items which are impossible to create using traditional manufacturing techniques.  One Australian artist, Janelle Wilson, has taken full advantage of the 3D printing technology and created a line of fashion jewelry inspired by fractals.  Her designs are beautiful, organic and original. The line specializes in fine, high-end jewelry, with the designs cast in precious metals and at times incorporating gems.   If you’d like to find out more about the designer, you can read her interview with 3Dfuture here.  Unellenu designs are available on Etsy or Unellenu’s store at Shapeways. You can also follow Unellenu on Twitter, Facebook or YouTube.

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One of the biggest advantages of 3D printing is that it allows for the design and creation of items which are impossible to create using traditional manufacturing techniques.  One Australian artist, Janelle Wilson, has taken full advantage of the 3D printing technology and created a line of fashion jewelry inspired by...