Category Archives

    3D printing

  • All
  • SHEYN at mything boutique

    You can now find a selection of our designs at mything boutique, a new online shop carrying selected digitally designed jewellery from renowned international designers.
    Continue Reading

  • MY DESIGN ACCESSORIES – design competition

    mything is hosting a 3D printed and laser-cut design objects competition: MY DESIGN ACCESSORIES. The aim of the competition is to show the potential of digital fabrication methods, to create unique design accessories. Submit your designs and win up to €750!
    Continue Reading

  • SHEYN – one of the best jewelry stories of 2017

    The i.materialise blog named SHEYN as one of the best 3D-printed sotries of 2017!

    “We couldn’t finish looking back at 2017 without a special mention of some of our favorite 3D-printed jewelry designer stories. There are so many 3D jewelry artists working with us, who continuously show how broad the possibilities of materials and styles are when working with 3D printing! This year we featured some of them on our blog.” – i.materialise blog
    Continue Reading

  • Find out more about us and the origin of our designs

    The i.materialise 3D printing blog made a special interview with our Designer and Co-Founder  Nicolas Gold. We bring you here a small piece from this interesting article. Click on the link at the end of our post to read the entire interview.

    SHEYN, a jewelry company based in Vienna, creates outstanding wearable 3D-printed design pieces that highlight the beauty of unconventional geometries. Meet Nicolas Gold, the “wild” part of SHEYN, an architect with an incredible passion for jewelry design, and Markus Schaffer, the “down-to-earth” manager and CEO, who helped turn SHEYN into a 3D printing success story.
    Continue Reading

  • MY PRECIOUS PLASTICS – 3D-printed jewelry design competition

    Our Designer and Co-founder Nicolas Gold will be one of the judges for an international 3D-printed jewelry design competition. The challenge is hosted by a an innovative Viennese start-up called “mything”: an online design market, who links designers with regional-professional 3D printer’s providers. Take a look at the competition’s brief.
    Continue Reading