- Dec 29, 2014
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I am asking because I do not know, and this thread is called "ask me about eyewear" ))I just said that it could be mainstream in the very text you quoted if it was good enough. But you’ve not presented any compelling information aside from Mykita is using it so it must be good, which is not really saying anything at all. Are you saying Mykita's statement that their 3d printed material has "refined surface and deep, even colouring" is something the industry should shift for?
Then I briefly started reading more on 3d printed glasses, which on first glance seems to be possibly lighter frames and some frame geometries that couldn't be achieved w/ conventional processes, but I stopped spending any more of my time doing it when I realized I was doing someone else's homework.
3D printing for consumers at home is probably the most intriguing question you asked.
So I just saw a bunch of eyewear makers are producing some frames using 3D printing and wanted to know the opinion of others about it.