I've always loved faceted structures, especially irregular ones that are becoming more and more common in architecture thanks to new technologies. They seem to have such complexity and they appear different from every angle you view them. Those are qualities I was looking for when I created the Faceted Cuff.
I designed the model for the Faceted Cuff much like it might be built if it were an actual structure. I began with a series of frames with the same number of varying points. Once these were arranged in the shape of a cuff I added interconnecting members, one by one. I kept the sizing of each member small enough so that it would give the appearance of a delicate structure that in reality was quite strong. The final result is 3D printed in White Strong & Flexible Polished so that it is smooth, lightweight, and of course strong and flexible.
The size as shown is X-SMALL but you can also order it in Small and Medium (see links below). See the guide in the last photo for how these are measured:
Inside dimensions 2 1/4" across, 1 1/2" in height
57mm across, 38mm in height
Inside dimensions 2 3/8" across, 1 3/4" in height
60mm across, 43mm in height