Evenline is reimagining design and manufacturing through 3D printed glass.


Upcycling Bottle Glass Through 3D Printing.

Our goal is not only to create new and innovative products using recycled material, but also to raise awareness about the importance of recycling and waste reduction. We believe that by working together, we can make a positive impact on the environment and create a more sustainable future.

3D Printed Bombay Sapphire Gin Bottles


Shop 3D printed glass.

Every Evenline object is thoughtfully designed to enhance any space it lives in. We strive to bring about joy through playful forms and flexibility in how you can arrange our objects. Bringing meaningful new things into this world is more important than ever before, which is why we focus on making our products timeless and built to last.

Wave Platter

What we do

We make.

We make glass.
We make machines that make glass.
We make software that moves machines that make glass.

Molten glass printing at 2000˚F


We’re seeking to contribute a new voice to the conversation about glass manufacturing and materiality.

We are not replacing glass craft. We are seeking to build on the foundation of knowledge accumulated over millennia of glass forming. Our process lies at the intersection of material, machine, and maker. As molten glass flows out of a ceramic nozzle, motors move directed by the designer's g-code to trace out an object as it grows layer by layer. A digital reimagining of glass forming is only possible through leveraging traditional glass blowing skills with the flexibility and scale of precise machines.

G-code path for the molten glass printer

Space Exploration

We’re working with NASA on developing molten lunar regolith structures for the future of space travel and exploration.

The moon is a stepping stone to the solar system. Permanent bases will need to be set up on the moon in order to reach other celestial bodies. However, conventional building materials such as steel, lumber, and water-based cement are unavailable on the moon. This means we will need to generate structures with the abundant lunar regolith on the moon through a process called in-situ resource utilization. Being silica-rich, lunar regolith melts similarly to borosilicate glass, allowing us to use our expertise in 3D printed glass to help propel the space travelers of tomorrow.

Molten lunar regolith simulant


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