Sur3d launches 'decoded heart' 3d printed jewelry design beta
3D technologies, from 3D scanning to modeling and 3D printing, is changing the way a lot of objects are manufactured, from consumer products and medical devices to airplane components and food… and of course, the ever-popular jewelry. Two years ago, Uruguay-based 3D printing startup Sur3D announced a free, easy-to-use web application called Selva3D, which lets users upload a 2D image, like a logo or photograph, to be quickly turned into a 3D model. The beta was launched a few months later, and since then, Sur3D, and its innovative Selva3D software, has been partnering up with companies like Katje’s Magic Candy Factory and Pancakebot. Now the company, which recently took the Top Tech of CES 2017 ‘Latin Innovation’ Award, has launched the beta version of an exciting new jewelry design project called Decoded Heart.