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3D modeler, Animator, Designer, Product designer
I am a (part-time) jewelry designer with a focus on rings.

cooldjez commented on Ring - Warped Bearing by cooldjez
March 18, 2015
Ring - Warped Bearing
cooldjez @artbagsthia By the way, this ring has also been printed in Premium Silver. I haven't had time to get a nice photo done yet, but if you are interested I can send a quick snapshot.
cooldjez @artbags No unfortunately not. I did give it a try when I was prototyping this ring. But as it is not a symmetrical bearing, they were phone to jump out. So they are now attached to the ring.


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