Ivan Vuzem

Industrial designer, jewelry

Work experience: Family-owned jewelry studios, international jewelers, business owner

Uses KeyShot for: Jewelry ideation, creating 3D and 2D prototypes, marketing and eCommerce

Custom and Commercial Excellence

As a CAD designer for the jewelry industry, Ivan Vuzem has done it all: he’s designed custom pieces from scratch, given vintage pieces new life, and printed 3D prototypes of fine jewelry for clients. He’s worked for family-owned jewelry studios, global jewelry companies, and now owns his own company designing custom pieces. KeyShot plays an important role in Ivan’s work.

He brought her design to life… and she said yes!

Ivan’s then-girlfriend Natasa, a graphic designer, sketched out her dream ring. Ivan used Rhino to create a 3D model, bringing it into KeyShot to determine the final look. He then brought the champagne diamond engagement ring into production. After making Natasa’s dream ring a reality, no wonder she said yes.

“Rendering is a very important aspect of designing jewelry, and this is where KeyShot is definitely the best by far.”

“I’ve used other 3D rendering applications extensively, and KeyShot is perfect for jewelry. The combination of all the important features for jewelry like caustics, dispersion, etc., and especially the ease of use and lower learning curve makes this the best solution for jewelry design and prototyping.”

“Updates to the code over the last few KeyShot versions and the introduction of GPU rendering make this the one-stop shop for fast and jaw-dropping renders your customers will be in love with. To be able to accurately show your customer how a certain jewelry piece will look in the end is what actually makes the sale.”

“Updates to the code over the last few KeyShot versions and the introduction of GPU rendering make this the one-stop shop for fast and jaw-dropping renders your customers will be in love with. To be able to accurately show your customer how a certain jewelry piece will look in the end is what actually makes the sale.”

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“I’ve used other 3D rendering applications extensively, and KeyShot is perfect for jewelry.”