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November 8, 2012 AT 3:35 pm

3D Printed iPhone “Sweater” Case Makes Hard Plastic Soft #3dthursday

Interesting 3D printed iPhone case design uses hard plastic but has a soft feel.

You don’t have to sacrifice style when protecting your iPhone. This case resembles the charm of a “Sweater” but is protected by advanced science.

Handwoven by robots, the cross stitching can move separately from each other creating an awesome tactile feel while acting like mini shock absorbers that protects your phone.

via Core77


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