TALIS - 3d Printed Bracelet - Nylon
- Size & Fit
- How It's Made
- Shipping, Etc.,
Talis - 3d Printed Bracelet - Nylon:
*This listing is for one bangle.*
Talis can be worn on its own as a delicate wrist piece or stacked. Wear them your way by mixing metals, materials and colors or even alternate your stack with our Cubilite bangles.
These are fairly standard bangle sizes. To choose the correct size, measure your hand around the knuckles (the widest part) to determine which of the circumferences below will pass over. All measurements refer to interior dimensions and are approximate.
2.25" interior diameter
7" interior circumferenceMedium:
2.5" interior diameter
7.75" interior circumferenceLarge:
2.75" interior diameter
8.625" interior circumference
We design all our pieces from our Los Angeles apartment, using advanced computational and digital sculpting tools.
Pieces made in nylon are laser sintered (3d printed) from layer after layer of nylon based powder. Our jewelry is designed to express the unique capabilities of 3d printing and the shapes we create are only possible to produce by 3d printing.
We often prototype with our desktop 3d printer. However, due to the high cost of professional quality machinery, we currently partner with dedicated fabricators to produce all items we offer for sale.
You can find more info about the materials we use here.
Our items are made to order and require up to three weeks of fabrication time before shipping. We generally ship orders as soon as they are ready unless you contact us beforehand about other arrangements.
If you need something sooner, please get in touch to confirm if we have stock on hand or to see if rush production is available.
All of the items in your order will ship together. So, the item with the longest fabrication time will determine when the whole order is shipped.
(Items in steel generally require the longest fabrication time.)
Shipping time will depend on the shipping method you select at check out. Please be aware that we cannot guarantee strict delivery deadlines. We rely on external delivery services such as USPS and UPS to deliver our packages. And the date by which they deliver is entirely their responsibility.
That said, we are here to help sort out any shipping issues, so please reach out if you encounter one.