Nokia Encourages Users To Print Their Own 3D Cases

Nokia Encourages Users To Print Their Own 3D Cases
technology

The 3D printing community project will see the release of a development kit so people can create their own shell for the Lumia 820.

Emma Hutchings
  • 22 january 2013

In the future, Nokia will encourage users to print their own phone cases for the Lumia 820 by offering 3D Printing Development Kits. In addition to the Lumia 820’s range of removable shells that come in different colors, that are ruggedized, or have wireless charging capabilities, users will now be able to create custom shells as part of Nokia’s 3D printing community project.

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