Motorola inks 3D printing deal for customizable smartphone parts
November 25, 2013 Editor 0
3D Systems and Motorola have signed a multi-year deal that will provide highly customizable 3D-printed phone parts, giving owners a way to make functional and aesthetic choices about their device.
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