This research aims to find ways that the cosmetics industry, academic institutions, and educational systems can benefit from using nonfacing and real-time 3d nail printer technology. With the advent of 3D printing equipment that doesn’t require direct human interaction, nail art can now be precisely and remotely controlled, paving the way for its eventual replacement of touch-based nail technology.
Non-personal and real-time 3D nail printing systems controlled by the internet of things (IoT) were piloted between January and April 2020. Isolating nail technicians and clients in Korea and the United States allowed for testing over 200 designs without the risk of direct interaction.
The benefits and drawbacks of interacting with people remotely have been thoroughly examined, and an IoT operating system preinstalled on a testing platform has been identified. The rapid development of IoT-controlled, remote, real-time 3D nail-printing equipment has reduced entry barriers to 3D-printed nail art.
It was concluded that 3D form creation reliability, reproducibility, cost-effective operation, and prompt maintenance were the most critical factors. As a result of the social distancing rules adopted to combat the COVID-19 epidemic, the nail art business model has been disrupted and is regarded as unpredictable. Yet, in response to this issue, secure and remote access to non-face-to-face and real-time 3D nail-printing technologies for nail artists were deployed and tested with great success.
Easy, Just Hit the Print Button
Of course, with enough time and practice, even the best nail artists can create almost any design by hand. However, the primary benefit of nail art printers is that they can instantly reproduce any unique design uploaded to their database. Their art repertory is practically limitless because the database can store images taken by the client or nail tech and drawings produced by other artists. Nail technicians who aren’t artists may still offer their clients beautiful designs on their nails, thanks to printers that can reproduce everything from simple illustrations to complex photographs.
Maintaining a Profitable Position
The manufacturers claim that the designs last many days to a week, with the client applying a conventional top coat every other day, which is about the same time and care schedule as a regular polish manicure. It’s preferable to apply nail art designs over a solid coat of white (excellent for ensuring the colors in print are seen) or another colored polish. The consumer can easily remove it themselves at home with nail polish remover.
Manufacturers of nail art printers point out that while appliques and stamps are other possibilities for swiftly providing elaborate nail art to clients, they are constrained by the salon’s storage space. Nail art printers’ limitless design options are kept digitally, so they don’t require more storage space. To ensure that customers always have access to the most up-to-date features, several companies release new preloaded designs on a seasonal basis.
According to producers, the price tag is the main factor holding back the widespread use of nail art printers in the USA. Though it can vary by manufacturer, the average cost of a nail art printer is around $5,000. While we uncovered opportunities to make payments over time, we needed help locating any renting or lease arrangements. In addition, nail art printers have consumables that need to be refilled, adding to the ongoing costs for a salon, just like ink and toner for an office printer.
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