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PROGOL3D Presents New Direct Metal Online 3D Printing Service

PROGOL3D, a Business Unit of direct precious metal 3D printing leader Progold S.p.A inaugurates a new logo and a new website and new logo design which is aiming to celebrate the company’s recognized authority in the industry.

The new, simple and modern symbol focuses on expressing the values and characteristics of a future-oriented company. PROGOL3D, which has experienced a major growth path in recent years, is thu renews its identity, confirming its status as a pioneering player in direct 3D printing for jewelry.

The significant graphic transformation of the brand identity also passes through the creation of the new website www.progol3d.com, a tool for immediate understanding and easy interaction for all of its users. Indeed, a platform for real-time 3D printing quotations will be available, as a convenient way to get in touch with the technology, still unexplored for many, but offering countless opportunities.

PROGOL3D is the result of years of research, curiosity and passion for discovery and innovation. Exploring new techniques, seizing opportunities and inspiring brands and designers towards new frontiers. Offering a new way of thinking to the market, re-inventing the way to create unique and exclusive pieces.

PROGOL3D is intended as a 360° partner offering the possibility to directly 3D print jewels in precious metal, in the most common finenesses and colours of high end jewellery (18K yellow, red and white Gold and Platinum) and in innovative Titanium. Know-how and experience to support our partners throughout the main stages of the production process.

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