Notes | December 14, 2017

Cabrio M: Be (3D)ifferent

Cabrio collection by Hoet uses 3D printing as a way to be unique

words Editorial Staff

If 3D laser-printed eyeglasses are always more common, Cabriolet 3D frames want to use the design as a differentiating aspect. Often 3D laser-printed eyeglasses have the design of the traditional acetate eyeglasses and they are distinguished primary by their light weight, the Cabriolet collection want to be different.

 The Cabrio M model is the newcomer in the Cabrio collection and just like Cabrio Bi-Color, it consists of three parts. The glass frames and temples are printed in polyamide, but what makes this model different is that the bridge is printed in stainless steel. By using two different 3D-printed materials, this model retains a link to the past, yet builds a bridge to the future.