3DPrintedToolry

Embroidered and metal jewelry through 3D printing!

Cambridge, Massachusetts On Etsy since 2012

27 Sales

3DPrintedToolry

Embroidered and metal jewelry through 3D printing!

Cambridge, Massachusetts | 27 Sales

Announcement    SPRING 2020 UPDATE:
Kits, Embroidery! DIY! Calling all makers... I now have 3D Embroidered Jewelry kits available in my shop! The effortless Carillon Earrings and Wedge Necklace styles are now available in kit format as well as the quirkier, Graphic Necklace and ready-for-summer, Tassel Necklace.

If you are local to the Boston or Cambridge areas, I am running workshops at Bead and Fiber and JP Knit and Stitch in Boston as well as Gather Here in Somerville, MA. Check their websites for current class offerings.

If you're local to Boston, head on over to Bead and Fiber in SOWA to see my work in person and shop exclusive styles!

Announcement

Last updated on Feb 16, 2020

SPRING 2020 UPDATE:
Kits, Embroidery! DIY! Calling all makers... I now have 3D Embroidered Jewelry kits available in my shop! The effortless Carillon Earrings and Wedge Necklace styles are now available in kit format as well as the quirkier, Graphic Necklace and ready-for-summer, Tassel Necklace.

If you are local to the Boston or Cambridge areas, I am running workshops at Bead and Fiber and JP Knit and Stitch in Boston as well as Gather Here in Somerville, MA. Check their websites for current class offerings.

If you're local to Boston, head on over to Bead and Fiber in SOWA to see my work in person and shop exclusive styles!

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Lizz Hill

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Lizz Hill

About 3DPrintedToolry

Sales 27
On Etsy since 2012

Toolry is about taking something universally recognized and rethinking its function and icon-ography through the pairing of age-old crafts with emerging technology.

Lizz grew up in the Pacific Northwest where she spent her days learning, crafting, designing and making. Her long time love of textiles and sewing led her to New York where she pursued an education in Textile Development and Marketing and Accessories Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology.

Lizz recently made a jump from fashion to tech, having joined Formlabs, the leading desktop, SLA 3D printing company. In her spare time she designs jewelry, works with experimental embroidery techniques, teaches 3D modeling workshops and speaks at conferences for women in tech.

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Shop members

  • Lizz Hill

    Owner

    Lizz is the designer behind Toolry! She's obsessed with 3D technology and traditional hand craftsmanship and is always looking for inventive ways to use technology as a tool to create truly unique pieces.

Production partners

  • Shapeways, a US-based 3D printing manufacturer

    Long Island, NY

    My jewelry is manufactured in the US, using cutting edge 3D printing technology with the help of Shapeways.com, a leader in the 3D technology and maker movement.

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Last updated on Sep 8, 2018
Frequently asked questions
Sizing details

All metal rings can be customized to any standard US ring size (whole or half sizes.) Please contact me at lizzhill@gmail.com if you need an additional size (at no additional charge.)

For all other jewelry, please note size recommendations in the listing.

Do you accept custom orders?

I take regular custom projects and love working with individuals to create the perfect piece for them! Please feel free to contact me at lizzhill@gmail.com if you're interested in a custom piece or if you have a general idea and need someone to help with the design and/or 3D modeling process.

If you are looking to purchase my jewelry in solid gold or plated gold finishes, I am happy to accommodate you as well, just send me an email to inquire.

Care instructions

METAL JEWELRY- Toolry pieces are made of either silver, brass or bronze base metal. My jewelry is not lacquered therefore it will age and oxidize over time. Standard brass and silver cleaning practices are encouraged to keep your jewelry looking shiny and new!

EMBROIDERED JEWELRY- Most pieces have a 3D printed plastic base beneath the embroidery and while these are fairly sturdy, please avoid putting weight on them as the plastic structure may crack under pressure.