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    New Trove Platform Embraces 3D Designing, Sharing & Printing of Jewelry

    Brian Park of Trove wants to make 3D printing and design accessible to anyone, regardless of experience or ability, and he says the online tool will allow users to discover, share, and customize 3D printed jewelry designs. Users can browse through a variety of design templates and an then use an intuitive, in-browser customization process to personalize their jewelry. Once the design is complete, the jewelry can be 3D printed in materials from stainless steel to 18K gold, and any design created on Trove will become a part of the Trove social stream. Park says that feature is aimed at letting users explore and discover designs customized by others, and then makes changes to those designs as well. You can read the whole story here:

    Below is a look at the Trove web app:

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    Trove's online community, and some questions.

    I like the idea. There is definitely a gap in the market for semi-bespoke jewellery as an online community service.

    However, I have to ask about the question of royalties. What do the designers get for people choosing to produce their jewellery? They're not just posting models for others to use for free, are they?

    Likewise, who owns the designs themselves once they're posted?


    Jack Meyer

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    Startup Trove launched its website today as a platform for people to create personalized jewelry to be 3D printed. There's no experience or equipment required, but instead, users enter an easy to use interface that allows them the freedom to design and refine until they create the perfect piece. No more searching for the perfect ring, now with Trove, you can make it yourself and thanks to 3D printing, you can try it on and continue to perfect it, as well as have it printed in a range of materials, all from the comfort of your own home. Read more at

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