This week MakerBot and Fraemes have announced that the companies are joining forces to allow access to a range of 3D printed iPhone cases that can be easily interchanged depending on your style and mood at the time and printed using a Makerbot 3D printer or simply purchased directly from the Fraemes website.
The new 3D printed iPhone cases have been designed with tabs allowing for an insert to be attached within the iPhone bumper case with ease, allowing you to pop it back out and change it whenever desired.
Fraemes recently launched earlier this year after a successful Kickstarter campaign and allows you to express your unique style using the latest 3D printing technology. Fraemes explains a little more :
“These colorful, customizable, interchangeable creations allow you to change your Fraeme as often as you change your mind. Because they are 3D-printed, every case is individually produced, and we can give you a number of design options you want and deserve. Even better, you can swap the design out whenever you want thanks to Fraemes’ two part style – a protective rubber bumper and an insert.”
CEO of MakerBot, Bre Pettis, said of the new MakerBot-Ready App,
“We are excited to partner with Fraemes as one of our approved developers and offer 3D printable, customizable and personalized iPhone cases. Phone cases are always one of the most popular items to 3D print and now with the MakerBot-Ready App Fraemes, 3D printing customers can easily and simply customize iPhones cases – with no design experience necessary!”
For more information on the new Fraemes 3D printed iPhone cases jump over to the Fraemes website for details and to connect a MakerBot accounts with Fraemes to select a design.
Source: 3D Printing Ind