He wondered if the one-of-a-kind pieces of the mobile could be scanned to make a mold and if it would be possible to cast limited editions. The more he thought about the possibilities with 3D scanning and printing, he realized that he might be able to even play with the scale of the pieces, enlarging or miniaturizing them. And soon the jewelry idea was born.
With a 3D printer he bought from Craigslist and an Xbox he modified to use as a scanner, Jason experimented, watched more videos, studied lost wax casting methods, and perfected his process. By 2017, with upgraded scanning and printing equipment, Jason had moved beyond prototypes to what today is a unique 100-piece line of sterling silver and brass jewelry based on the iconic windbells Cosanti Originals is known for.