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CES 2021: Breezm Uses 3D Printing To Make Truly Custom Eyewear

CES 2021: Breezm Uses 3D Printing To Make Truly Custom Eyewear

Written by David

January 21, 2021


No two faces are identical, which means it’s virtually impossible to find a pair of glasses that fits just right. Breezm looks to change this, and has taken to CES 2021 to reveal its innovative method of mapping faces and 3D printing glasses on a customer-by-customer basis.


There are two ways to get Breezm glasses.


One is if you happen to live by a Breezm store, or will be around Breezm pop up locations in the coming months. At stores there are 3D scanning robots that capture a customer’s face. With this information, customers can build eyewear to their exact specifications, all designed to properly fit. These designs are then sent to a 3D printer that uses a flexible, but sturdy material to make the glasses exactly as requested. Stores also offer eye exams so customers will know what prescription is needed for their lenses. There are over 40 different styles of glasses to choose from, and each style has its own further customization options. These include the front size, temple size and color of the frames. There are also three tiers of glasses, with the […]

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