The advent of mobile phones has attracted widespread attention.
Since the 1990s, manufacturers have continuously launched new products and new styles, rushing to participate in various trade fairs and commodity fairs. Because sometimes it is so tight that it is only a few days, and manufacturers have no time to open molds and rush to produce new models of mobile phones to participate in the exhibition. At the exhibition, a wide variety of mobile phone casings were produced in a very short period of time using 3D printing (additive manufacturing) technology.
At the 2013 Mobile World Congress (MWC), the recently hotly discussed additive manufacturing (3D printing) was unveiled at the exhibition. At the meeting, the manufacturer publicly used 3D printing technology to print the shell of the Nokia Lumia mobile phone, and quickly learned from the audience's feedback. How much they like the different shapes of phone cases. Nokia has further released the 3D printing development kit for Lumia 820, allowing Lumia mobile phone users to use 3D printers to make mobile phone shells independently. These design files include mechanical drawings, sheath dimensions, suggested materials, and more. At present, a number of 3D printing companies have provided shell printing services for a variety of mobile phones. Please think about it, if your mobile phone shell is a personalized shape designed and manufactured by yourself, which not only has a relief effect, but also contains a special meaning, how cool it is!
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Acme 3D is a professional 3D printer developer and manufacturer in China, focusing on the development and comprehensive application of 3D printing technology. Harbin Engineering 3D integrates R&D, production, marketing and service, and is committed to building a 3D printing digital ecosystem. Its business areas cover 3D printers, 3D scanners, 3D printing consumables (light-curing resin), 3D scanners, and 3D printing integration. Services, etc., products are exported to all over the world.