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Submitted by deadman121 896d ago | news

Print your very own custom Lumia 820 case!

Gadget Mill - Heard the craze about 3D printers? These are devices that allow you to essentially print objects via plastic material that can be used in real life! Anything from toy planes to clothes pegs. But wait! Nokia has very recently released a kit – this kit contains all the necessary information required to print your very own custom case for the Nokia Lumia 820.

This article also mentions how there may be potential for early adopters to make cash from printing covers etc. Selling them on eBay for profit. (Gadgets, Industry, Nokia, Nokia Lumia 820, Phones)

TXIDarkAvenger  +   896d ago
That's really cool, but I don't own or know anyone with a 3D printer...And they ain't cheap.
deadman121  +   896d ago
Exactly, just going to have to wait until they get cheaper really! It is even possible to print another 3D printer's plastic parts if your going to build it yourself minus the metal and motorised parts of course

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