Today is the day of this module's hand in and I'm very excited to show you the final product. After seven weeks of fairly intense development of my skills base and the product itself I think that what you can see in the image below utilities laser technology in a creative and functional way.
There are improvements that I would make to this; such as the functionality of it and how it isn't commercially viable right now as a one off piece. However overall I think that the concept of the piece is a success and the dyeing research definitely paid off as it helps to make the piece completely unique because every one I dye will turn out slightly different. I like that the box is designed around the ring so it's a perfect fit and it is also printed at the same time as the flower parts so you essentially have your ring ready made, complete with packaging when you get you prints back.
If anyone reading this is interested in laser sintering then i couldn't recommend Digits2Widgets more highly m their service is so personal and very helpful if you have a problem and the final product is a great quality.
I am a third year student at the School Of Jewellery in Birmingham. Posts will be based upon my progress through my final year on this DFI course.
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