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Jan 18, 2013


Mike DeKoning

Actually Nokia refers to the collection of 3D files as 3DK.

"We refer to these files and documents collectively as a 3D-printing Development Kit, or 3DK for short."
-Nokia Conversations blog

David Brown

That is some interesting thing that Nokia did. If 3D printer is as common as a desktop PC then everyone may have some use of it. Hope some manufacturers will come up with some nice covers with this kit.

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