Nov.11, 2013

Deutsche Telekom, a telecommunications company headquartered in Bonn, Germany is jumping on the 3D printing trend with a new 3D printing service. It's the largest telecom company in both Germany and the European Union, and the owner of T-Mobile. Deutsche Telekom launches an online platform 'Fabplace' that allows users to create customized mobile phone cases and order directly from the site.

Custom phone covers can be made for Apple, Samsung, HTC and Sony. Smartphone owners can choose their favourite design, material, color for their covers using an online 3D Editor. They can also add text or upload their own images. Fabplace is currently in beta phase, more features and products will be added in the future.

The phone cases are 3D printed and shipped to user' address and costs vary between €24.95 and €34.95.


Thanks to A. Bonke for the tip!

Posted in 3D Printing Services



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