And so a 3D printer

What strikes me is the effect (of chocolate in the sun) of loss of quality in small details.
Can a 3D printer be used to make successful jewelry? Definitely yes.
If you have a good idea, as well as artistic processing of the product and an understanding of how to emphasize the advantages of metal plasticity. You can ultimately create a product that is attractive to the buyer.
The conclusion is the following. If you love your work and strive to create art, it makes no difference what tools you have in your hands, as long as these are the hands of a person who loves their work.
But as I‘ve written earlier, CNC (high-quality) is a must-have tool for creating small forms.


this is nice what printer did you use to make the print ?