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Engineering Jewelry

Find beauty in rare synthetic materials
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The materials from which jewelry is made are prized for their properties and their rarity. Proposed is jewelry made out of materials that are prized for their properties and rarity but do not occur naturally in nature. Pens might be made out of PEEK, with their grips made out of Kalrez or Aflas. Rings and watches might be made out of Inconel, Constantan, or single- crystalline nickel superalloy.
kevinthenerd, Nov 02 2016

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       A carbon nanotube bracelet could be nice.
RayfordSteele, Nov 02 2016
  

       Reardon Metal?
Ian Tindale, Nov 02 2016
  

       Now you're just Hanking my chain.
RayfordSteele, Nov 02 2016
  

       I own a stainless steel compressible seal about the size of a wedding ring that was not quite good enough for the space shuttle program.
normzone, Nov 02 2016
  

       I own half of a bolt that was apparently not quite good enough to hold my garage door up.
MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 02 2016
  

       I own a piece of the space shuttle heat shield tile, now that you mention it. Although as a tax payer you could say that I partially own the rest of it as well...   

       Neutron star material is not recommended.
RayfordSteele, Nov 02 2016
  

       I regularly visit a website which is popular with a lot of wingnuts.
AusCan531, Nov 02 2016
  

       We have quite a nice collection of ... er ... um ... "interesting stuff"
8th of 7, Nov 02 2016
  

       Cool, [RayfordSteele]. I know an inspector who had some of those that didn't make the grade - fascinating material.
normzone, Nov 02 2016
  
      
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