One of the most production-capable photopolymerization technologies, digital light synthesis (DSL) from Carbon, had not yet gotten involved in the eyewear business. Until now, that is, as J of JINS, a luxury eyewear brand from Japan, just launched its Neuron4D brand, with two models integrating a lattice cushion made using Carbon technology.
Along with footwear – and to certain extent bicycles – eyewear has emerged as the consumer product category that is closer to implementing additive manufacturing technologies for direct, end-use production. This past year alone, 3dpbm has dedicated several articles, a webinar and an AM Focus to this topic. This potential $3.4 billion yearly market, according to SmarTech’s latest report , until now has leveraged mostly powder bed fusion processes – mainly SLS but also multijet fusion by HP. Some stereolithography applications […]
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