In this podcast, we’ll hear from some of the world’s foremost designers, brands, and experts working with 3D printing for eyewear to find out and explore the special relationship these individuals have with all things additive.
Hosted by Materialise, each episode will explore a different topic with the help of guests from the world of eyewear. Is 3D printing a match for your eyewear collections, your business, your ambitions? If so, how? Listen in to find out.
3DP&Me: Eyewear Retail 2.0 — How Digital Tools Are Transforming Customer Experience
In this episode, we look at how an ecosystem of digital tools can be leveraged to deliver a transformative customer experience and distinct business benefits, by making ‘find, try, fit and buy’ an engaging multi-channel possibility for customers. One which perfectly marries professional knowledge and technology.
3DP&Me: De-risking the Business of Eyewear with 3D Printing
What would it mean for your business if you could design, test, and launch collections with less risk, less waste, and lower upfront costs? Or react to market conditions more flexibly? What if you could find a way to stay ahead of the curve with your smart eyewear strategy, or cost effectively introduce customization into your portfolio? If achieving these ambitions sound interesting, then you’ve come to the right place, or rather, you’re listening to the right podcast as these are just some of the business freedoms offered by 3D printing.
3DP&Me: Thinking Differently — How to Make the Most of 3D Printing When Designing Eyewear
This episode dives into the concept of ‘design freedom’ and looks at what this phrase really means for 3D printing eyewear. In particular, a discussion on how designers can fully leverage the opportunity to think about and work differently with form, materials, color, and even functionality.
3DP&Me: How Suitable Is 3D Printing for Eyewear Brands Looking to Be More Sustainable?
This episode explores the subject of sustainability and, more specifically, looks at some of the factors eyewear brands may want to consider when evaluating whether 3D printing is a suitable enabler of their sustainability ambitions.