‘Scope for Design’ Offers Individualized 3D Printed Smartphone Cases–more than 10,000 configurations possible
One of the most fun and easy items available for 3D printing today is the smartphone case. While it seems a simple enough item, these days your phone case can say a lot about your personality. Are you straightforward and simple with a basic neutral monotone, or are you bedazzling, and sporting a sparkling, adorned case?
The great thing about 3D design and subsequent 3D printing is that it’s so affordable and allows for such easy customization that you can be basic one day and bedazzled the next. Now, scope for design is offering users not only better quality for doing so, but also a wide range of options for fun, form, and function.
And in no way do you have to settle for boring, as scope for design has a system for getting your phone seriously decked out, jacked up, and completely individualized to your taste. In just a matter of minutes, you can order a phone case from scope for design and then have it shipped in a week or less.
Founded in 2012 by Manuel Breit and Simon Bauer, scope for design is a German company dedicated to allowing individuals to be just that while relying on a sturdy protective cover for the device they use on a constant basis.
“The production technology is powder based laser sintering,” states the scope for design team. “The material is robust and durable and offers a good feel-and-touch experience.”
You can also add over 100 decorative symbols, choosing from cool graffiti or skulls, sports themes, animals, and more. When all is said and done, there are more than 10,000 configurations for the 3D printed phone case.
The user begins by choosing one of the 11 phone styles, and then can go through a list of styles for the back of the phone case, which is, of course, the area to be highlighted. The zoom feature makes it easier to choose options as well as seeing how they will really look. The 3D printed add-ons are what are really amazing, offering you the chance to add the following great ideas to your phone:
- Business/credit card holder
- Flexible stand
- Customized text
“Scope for design put a lot of effort in generating a tool that does not need a lot explanation and makes it fun to design your own case,” said managing director Manuel Breit. “Our tool is designed for people without any knowledge about 3D software or designing, as it gives the power to anyone to use this technology for creation of unique structures and pieces.”
Not only is this a great way to show off your phone in style, but it’s also a fantastic, fun conversation piece as everyone will want to know the deets on how and where you got such a unique case.
Have you ever ordered a 3D printed phone case, or made one yourself? Discuss your thoughts on the new scope for design 3D printed smartphone accessories in the scope for design 3D Printed Smartphone Covers forum thread over at 3DPB.com.
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