We created SFERED technology for all manufacturers, designers and brands. Our open platform combines user friendly online software with state-of-the-art 3D scanners. Our unique technology is available for all manufacturers of lenses and frames, whether they use 3D-printing, acetate, sheet metal or wood.
POWDER & HEAT creates bespoke custom eyewear for correction and sunglasses. State-of-the-art techniques, high-quality materials and regionally produced individual parts, combined with specially developed software solutions, offer new and unique glasses that are adapted to your wishes down to the last detail.
Every pair of Skelmet sunglasses is custom designed and made for your unique facial structures using state of the art 3D scanning, Artificial Intelligence, and 3D printing technologies. If you aren’t 100% satisfied with the fit of your product, we will refit and replace for you, no questions asked. Expect nothing less than perfection!
w.r.yuma was founded with a rebellious spirit and a mission to shape the future of waste. We exist to make beautiful, high quality sunglasses as conversation starters that inspire new ways of thinking about waste.
VIU bonds craftsmanship and honest manufacturing to create handmade products that are inspirational and durable. By delivering directly to the consumer, we are able to offer high-quality eyewear at fair prices.
Pure and linear: For those who strive toward the style principle of reduction, Götti glasses embody authenticity in everyday life. The collections cultivate simplicity in its most beautiful form; providing latitude for expression of a person’s individual character.
The story of Morel begins in 1880: it is, above all, that of a passionate family who has imagined and created glasses for four generations. Between sharp design, innovation, and demand, Morel glasses are anchored in a very pronounced accretive positioning. More than just a name, Morel has the background, craftmanship, value, and ambition to become the world’s leading eyewear manufacturer.
We created FORMA Eyewear for you to find the glasses that best suit your personality. Our frames are custom-fitted to your face thanks to our innovative technology and each pair is manufactured individually. Wear glasses that you are finally proud of.
Adaptable, exceptionally light and durable, MYLON is made from fine polyamide powder fused into solid objects using a 3D printing technology called Selective Laser Sintering. Formed layer by layer according to a digital data set, the high-tech material allows for ultimate freedom in design. The collection illustrates this unrestraint with shapes ranging from discreet to defiant.
Aoyama Optical France creates a real technological and industrial breakdown , launching for the first time an optical range made entirely in 3D printing. Two years to develop a revolutionary manufacturing method , local , sleek design and infinite . The material is amazing, ultra lightweight, comfortable and allows a new and different vision of color.
Yuniku is the japanese word for “Unique”. It carries the meaning of dynamism, intimism.
It is the world’s first vision-centric 3D eyewear made just for you. Combining 3D scanner technology with advanced algorithms, Yuniku eyewear is designed entirely around your face and your vision.
King Children makes custom frames "for people with faces." Printed on-demand, King Children frames fit perfectly because they’re made exactly for your face. They’re lightweight, flexible plastic, with hinges that don’t loosen over time. Polarized, scratch-resistant lenses defend your eyes from UV rays and the harmful light from your computer screen.
The HOET design office is a family business with a long tradition in eyewear design, Retail and Distribution. Besides private label brands HOET couture - HOET eyewear - HOET eyecatchers and CABRIO , the design studio continues to accept Freelance design projects from companies, which the studio undertakes from design up to realization.
Luxexcel developed a 3D printing technology which can print ophthalmic lenses. A globally unique technology which can print without the need for polishing. This 3D printing process offers the ophthalmic industry new possibilities. New ophthalmic concepts can be developed like embedded sensors in the lens, filters or brand new lens shapes.
Sometime in the early days of 2013 we (Merijn, Tim) started looking at the world of 3D-printing. We were following the early days of the third industrial revolution for some time and got introduced by our good friend Pieter. Tim being an industrial designer, Merijn involved in gearing up online concepts.
We knew that parts of the revolution were actually going on for a longer time already; this part was called ‘rapid prototyping’ and – as it states – was all about prototyping ideas and products. What really changed things was the introduction of affordable desktop printers like The Ultimaker and Makerbot. Suddenly a lot of inspiring and creative minds dedicated all their time and energy to bring this maker movement to the next level. And we wanted to be part of this.
We immediately got pretty excited about designing and making tailor-made eyewear. From the start it was obvious that the desktop printers did not have the quality for our designer eyewear yet, so we turned to higher quality 3D-printing production. And as it turned out almost two years later it could be done and we are loving it. At the end of the summer of 2013 Rutger (industrial designer) joined our team being just as enthusiastic about this game-changing movement as we are.
After a lot of talking to and endlessly testing materials and prototypes with potential customers, opticians, optometrists, designers and suppliers we nailed it. Based on a 3D-image of the customers face we can make every frame we sell fit you perfectly.
In short we love what we are doing and we will do everything we can to help push this exciting makers movement forward. In eyewear and other product categories. If you have any question about our eyewear or in what way we can help your business in the field of 3D printing just drop us a line or call us.