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Make a Caffeine Necklace With Mixee Lab’s 3D Printed Molecule Jewelry

Mixee Labs Keeps on Redefining 3D Printed Jewelry with Molecules Series

Mixee Labs, the 3D printing startup that has brought to market their clever web creators for  jewelrycufflinks, dog bone tags, slim wallets, and figurines, has a new product line: molecules.

Mixee Molecules_CaffeineInCup

“I’m proud to announce our new molecular jewelry line, available starting today!” said Mixee Labs co-founder Nancy Yi Liang. “People can order from a list of our favorite molecule structures, or search for molecules of their choice (to 3D print) using online molecular databases. Get a fashionable take on the world’s favorite molecules–coffee, love, chocolate, and whichever molecule represents you!

These molecular accessories are 3D printed in a variety of materials. You can go colorful in matte, nylon plastic. You can tweak the thickness of the atoms and bonds to add a personal touch. Create minimal molecular structures or plump beady designs!

“Maybe steampunk your collection with 3D printed stainless steel, or go high-end with sterling silver and gold plated brass,” says Nancy Yi Liang.

These designs will start at $10 for nylon plastic, $60 for stainless steel, and $160 for sterling silver and gold-plated brass. Each design will take about 2-3 weeks to 3D print and ship.

Get started designing your own molecule jewelry at https://www.mixeelabs.com/creator/molecules.

You can choose from:

  • Caffeine
  • Serotonin (regulates mood and sleep)
  • Adrenaline
  • Vitamin C
  • Sucrose (table sugar)
  • Dopamine (happiness neurotransmitter)
  • Theobromine (chocolate! yumm..)
  • Testosterone
  • Estrogen
  • Aspirin
  • Ritalin
  • Nicotine
  • Xanax
  • Viagra
  • THC

Also check out the photos below to see how the final products look.


Take a Photo, Get a 3D Model – This Could Change 3D Printing Design

3-Sweep Is Simply Amazing

Rarely, if ever, do you see an academic video get over 1 million views on YouTube. Well, the research team behind 3-Sweep may have created technology that could push 3D printing forward in a major way.

With a few mouse clicks and keyboard strokes, the software lets a user to create a 3D model from a single photo. 

The team from Israel’s IDC Herzliya, comprised of Tao Chen, Zhe Zhu, Ariel Shamir, Shi-Min Hu, and Daniel Cohen-Or, first plans to present their new technology at SIGGRAPH Asia 2013.

3-sweep 3D model

Meanwhile, MakerBot is selling hardware for $1,400 to digitally scan real-world objects and other companies are raising money on Kickstarter to sell 3D scanner devices for under $1,000.

Below is a video with extensive demonstrations of how the 3-Sweep tech works.


We reached out to some of the 3D printing community. Nancy Yi Liang, co-founder of Mixee Labs, said “Wow. I’ve seen a lot of papers that deal with photo to 3d modeling, especially at SIGGRAPH, but this is one of the few presentations where I thought ‘I can use the interface’ AND ‘this could produce models I’d want!’ I hope they publish the paper and maybe even release some of the code behind the awesome.”

In the video above, when an object is extracted, the background is automatically rebuilt using the patch match algorithm.

Playing this forward, could this technology accelerate the vision of 3D printing in the real world?

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Top 3D Printing News Last Week: MakerBot Digitizer, Deltaprintr, M&A

MakerBot Digitizer 3D Scanner Bre Pettis

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A roundup of the top 3D printing news from August 19 to August 25:

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Give Your Dog Some 3D Printed Magic: Silver Dog Bone Tags

Mixee Labs 3D Printed Dog Bone Tags

Mixee Labs Launches a New 3D Printed Product: Dog Bone Tags

Mixee Labs, the 3D printing startup that lets your customize and create your own jewelry, cufflinks and wallets, has a new product line, this time for a furrier market.

The new Dog Bone Tag is 3D printed in stainless steel or silver. This product is designed by Pookas (Michael Mueller). 

“After all, four legged friends also need some 3D printing magic in their lives!” said Mixee Labs co-founder Nancy Yi Liang, excited about the new product.

Here’s an image showcase of the new product line.

Get started creating your own at Mixee Labs: https://www.mixeelabs.com/creator/dog-bone-tag

Top 3D Printing News Last Week: The UPS Store, Eyewear, Mixee Labs, More

UPS Store 3D Printing

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A roundup of the top 3D printing news from July 29 to August 4:

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