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After a few sketches and ideas have been approved, the designs are technically translated into a computer 3D model and 3D printed in nylon with a process called Selective Laser Sintering (SLS).

This high end technology fuses nylon powder layer by layer to build up a solid object. The result is a white, lightweight and strong material. Timon applies several post processing techniques to achieve distinct physical and aesthetic properties.

The pieces are polished, dyed, hand enamelled and combined with silver. Traditional and experimental techniques are applied, leaving subtle variations in each piece and adding more depth and character to the work.