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Diamonds? Nah. Burning Man wedding ring holds a piece of the moon #3DxJewelry #3DThursday #3DPrinting

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Diamonds? Nah. Burning Man wedding ring holds a piece of the moon, from CNET:

…This year, Johnstone, a Scotsman by birth, was the lead designer on the Man, the 105-foot-tall, 70,000-pound icon at the literal center of the festival. The wedding itself was held almost at the foot of the Man and was attended by many Burning Man notables, including festival founder Larry Harvey.

Johnstone said that the spark for the ring came a year ago, when the platform underneath the 2013 Man — the effigy is burned near the end of each year’s event; then rebuilt the following year — contained a small piece of meteorite. After he and Schneider got engaged last December, he realized that because she’s a science teacher “and not a diamond girl” that “she would think a diamond was frivolous, and wasteful.”

…As an artist-in-residence at The Gate, a hub for technology, art and makers in San Leandro, Calif., Johnstone was already in contact with former jewelers Justin Kelly, Sarah Kelly and Rod Wagner, who run Mind2Matter, a 3D-printing company based out of The Gate. Together, they created a 3D mesh of the hand holding the rock, first using Sketchup, a consumer-grade modeling program, and then Maya, a professional tool. Finally, they printed the final product and had it cast in white gold. “Then they set the stone within that,” Johnstone said. “Jeri had no idea…What better for a science teacher?” …

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