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Note from shop owner Currently on vacation. Shop will be opening again at the 31th of August.

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Jul 14, 2017

Currently on vacation. Shop will be opening again at the 31th of August.

Innovo Design

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Innovo Design

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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(97)
speedyxpetsy

speedyxpetsy on May 16, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

love it to the bits

Stu Haysman

Stu Haysman on Apr 22, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Really nice product, keeps my business cards protected and impresses when I take it out to offer a card.

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About

3D Printing Designer Evangelist!

I am a product designer hobbyist and through my work, I aspire to create functional, innovative and unique objects and artifacts.
The pieces in my collection are designed digitally, produced by industrial 3d printers from Shapeways and finally post-processed by myself with hand tools. The metal I mostly use is 3d printed stainless steel (420 stainless steel alloy with infused bronze – 40%).

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  • Innovo

    Owner, Maker, Designer

    Welcome to the InnovoDesign shop! ''Innovation & Design'' is my motto. Product design & development is my hobby, I hope you enjoy what I make.

Shop policies

Last updated on December 12, 2014
Welcome to the InnovoDesign shop!
Thanks for stopping by and don’t forget to visit and like my Fb page www.facebook.com/byInnovoDesign and my Shapeways shop for more weird gadgets at: www.shapeways.com/shops/innovo.

I am a Greek product designer hobbyist based in Athens, Greece. Through my work, I aspire to create functional, original and unique objects and artifacts. The pieces in my collection are designed digitally, produced by professional 3d printers and finally post-processed by myself with hand tools. The metal I mostly use is 3d printed stainless steel (420 stainless steel alloy with infused bronze – 40%).

Below I have listed my shop policies in hope of making your shopping experience as straight forward as possible. Please feel free to contact me with any additional questions you may have.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
Payment
Paypal:
I accept payment through Paypal. If you are unfamiliar with PayPal, please note that you do not need an account in order to make a purchase. All you need is a credit card, debit card, or bank account. Please, follow this link for more information https://www.etsy.com/help/article/361 or visit http://www.paypal.com.
Shipping
Secured shipping:
All items are shipped via signed-for International Priority mail with (limited) tracking.
Packaging:
Due to shipping cost restrictions all items will ship in a small post envelope (no bubble mailer).

Shipping address:
Please make sure your Etsy address is correct. If you would like it sent to a different address than what is in your Etsy, please include it with your purchase order along with a note! I am not responsible for packages sent to outdated or incorrect addresses.

Shipping times:
Unless an item is made to order, please allow 1-5 workdays to ship from the time payment is received. You will receive a message with your tracking number when your order will be shipped.

Europe packages usually take 3-7 business days.
International packages usually take 5-10 business days up to 2 weeks to deliver.
Might take up to 3-4 weeks if the destination is in a remote location or there are special circumstances like a holiday period or extreme weather conditions.

Note to international buyers: You are responsible for any final customs fees, taxes, etc. incurred even though I take precautions (like using regular post) to avoid any extra fees for you.
Refunds and Exchanges
Refund:
If your item has been damaged during transport or if you are unhappy with your product, please contact me within 3 days of receiving your shipment. I will refund you the full price of the piece as soon as I have received it, however you will have to pay for the return shipping (or the cost of shipping back to the customer if its repair/vial replacement or exchange for a different size). After 3 days of receipt, all sales are considered final.
Please be aware that the item must be repackaged in the same way that it arrived and returned one week after you have received it (date as confirmed by postmark).
Rings will not be refundable due to sizing mistakes (that is why I include detailed measurements in my listings).
Thank you.
Additional policies and FAQs
Tips for Care of your 3d printed stainless steel object:

3d printed stainless steel is very tough so be rest assured that your tritium vials are safe within its enclosures. That said, this type of metal is very sensitive to moisture and as such, you must avoid all and any contact with water or moist surfaces. If your purchased item is fully enclosed in resin it will be far more resilient, yet I would still urge for caution. If you notice rust accumulation, you can scrub it off with the help of an anti-rust product (like WD-40). In the worst of of cases, use sandpaper to remove. If the resin itself becomes opaque or scratched because of improper use, you can rub it gently with acetone to repair its surface and make it smooth and clear again.
My products come from a smoke-free and pet-free home.

About Tritium isotope safety issues:

My own extensive research indicates that there is no health concern when worn. I am not just a maker, I am also a user of my products and I have two small children at home.
A couple of links:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tritium_illumination#Safety
Tritium presents no external radiation threat via beta radiation when encapsulated in non-hydrogen-permeable containers due to its low penetration depth, which is insufficient to penetrate intact human skin. The primary danger from tritium arises if it is inhaled, ingested, injected, or absorbed into the body. This results in the absorption of the emitted radiation in a relatively small region of the body, again due to the low penetration depth.
http://www.physics.isu.edu/radinf/tritium.htm
The radioactive decay product of tritium is a low energy beta that cannot penetrate the outer dead layer of human skin. Therefore, the main hazard associated with tritium is internal exposure from inhalation or ingestion. In addition, due to the relatively long half life and short biological half life, an intake of tritium must be in large amounts to pose a significant health risk.
I also possess a Geiger detector which shows no activity from the vials (due to the fact of the very low emission that cannot escape the vial).