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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.

A couple of process involves polishing, hand dyeing, enameling and assembling the pieces with precious and non-precious metals. Traditional and experimental techniques are applied, leaving subtle variations in each piece, adding more depth and an element of craft to all of his pieces.