Industrial (Wedding Rings) by Igor Komov
2018 - 2019, Golden A' Jewelry, Eyewear and Watch Design Award Winner
Aesthetics of the rings are inspired by industrial patterns which could be found in factories interior design, details of production machines, mechanical joints etc.
The goal of the project was to make "indestructible" wedding rings with industrial aesthetics. This determined the choice of materials: the outer layer of every ring is 3D-printed in titan. The profile of inner silver part is rounded so the rings are very comfortable to wear.
Design Challenges
Titan cannot be welded with silver or gold so the team was to invent the method of joining two parts together. As a result, mechanical fit was chosen as a reliable method of connection.
Production Technology
3D modelling, 3D printing in titan, rolling of silver, gold plating (also can be produced in gold right away), precise mechanical adjustment of inner and outer parts, laser engraving.
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