3D printing is a 'shape changer' for jewellery industry
A major jewellery manufacturer has started 3D printing - or laser sintering - its products.
Stella Layton, chief executive of Cookson Precious Metals, a division of Versuvius plc, demonstrates the company's laser sintering machine at their factory in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter.
She told the BBC's Chris Vallance that the 3D printing technology would be a "shape changer" for the jewellery industry.
The technique marks a significant change in the way jewellery is produced.
- 12 March 2013
- BBC News