Japanese startup 3D Wave suggests to record your voice and print the encoded voice as a 3D ring (Encode Ring). It’s easy to use – there’s a recorder on the website’s home page (simply use the site translator if you don’t speak japanese!). Once you think of the meaningful (or not really) words you’d like to have translated into a piece of jewelry, you press the “record” button. After that you are suggested to choose the material. The price range is between $128 for stainless steel and $1,281 for platinum. That’s it! The delivery is available worldwide. Source
Some 20 to 50 million metric tons of electronic waste are generated every year. New York’s Circuit Breaker Labs takes circuit boards from old computers, cell phones, calculators, monitors, and office telephones and transforms them into necklaces, bracelets, earrings, belt buckles and cufflinks. Guys, by saying “pieces from office telephones and transformers” don’t worry, you won’t look as if you are trapped in electronic cables! The pieces are quiet stylish, nice idea to contemplate your hipster or, even better, classical look (the contrast rules!).Starting from $30.
WIZEgem Jewelry is an app, allowing to design your personalize jewelry model, share it with your friends and choose one of their integrated 3D Printing Services to produce your model. The company suggests different packages. For example, you can design your model for free in case you are buying it after. In case you are a jeweler, you can also use the service of the 3D modelling ($15-20-55/month). Source