We make fully customizable eyeglasses for a fraction of a cost of conventional custom eye-wear services and we do not require minimal order quantities as opposed to conventional factories. The final product is durable, high quality, has a distinct look and feel. Despite our product being very modern, it preserves best features of traditional eyeglasses. Because the material we use (polyamide) behaves much like traditional eyeglass material (acetate), the product is very versatile in the sense that any optometrist or eyeglass shop is able to put/change prescription lenses, further adjust the geometry of the frame according to users facial metrics, repair broken hinges, etc. All in all, our 3D printed eyeglasses preserve the best features of traditional eye-wear and at the same time offer unique competitive advantages. Most importantly - customization and no minimal order quantities. That addresses pain points of at least two target markets.

First target market - end users.
Using a very...
We make fully customizable eyeglasses for a fraction of a cost of conventional custom eye-wear services and we do not require minimal order quantities as opposed to conventional factories. The final product is durable, high quality, has a distinct look and feel. Despite our product being very modern, it preserves best features of traditional eyeglasses. Because the material we use (polyamide) behaves much like traditional eyeglass material (acetate), the product is very versatile in the sense that any optometrist or eyeglass shop is able to put/change prescription lenses, further adjust the geometry of the frame according to users facial metrics, repair broken hinges, etc. All in all, our 3D printed eyeglasses preserve the best features of traditional eye-wear and at the same time offer unique competitive advantages. Most importantly - customization and no minimal order quantities. That addresses pain points of at least two target markets.

First target market - end users.
Using a very user friendly and simple online tool, eye-wear user can create her own eyeglasses. She would do that by either "painting" a 2D sketch or selecting one of the offered shapes and modifying them. User would have both options. Depending on the user, the service can either:
- solve her problem: "I know what suites me, I just can't find exact size and shape"
- satisfy her need: "I want eyeglasses that nobody else has, with personal attributes, such as my name or initials on the temple".

Second target market - small indie designers/eyeglass stores.
At least in the EU, there are a lot of small/indie designers that create and sell in their private stores clothes, shoes, accessories. One of the reason they seldom sell eye-wear is high minimal order quantities (no less than 300 pcs. per frame) that traditional factories require. That means big up-font costs for an indie designer to try to expand her portfolio with a new product. Because we require no MOQs, our service, specifically tailored for indie designers, can significantly expand the market of eyeglass creators beyond traditional giants like Luxoticca and Safilo.
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