So…It all began in late 2008/early 2009 when I really wanted to build a 3D printer. There were not as many choices in DIY 3D printer designs then as there are nowadays. I could not find a machine design that I really liked that was capable of printing with ABS plastic. So I set off to design my own and ended up designing something like this:
Love this design, now I wish I had not featured the Minimalist first, but I know that this was in prototyping before the post. I wish there was one for the iPhone 3G so I can stop walking around with my creditcard held onto my phone with a rubberband like some sort of hightech hobo..
The sleek snap-on case not only protects your IPhone, but also replaces your wallet. The CardCase can comfortably hold 2 credit or ID cards and the integrated card slot on the side allows you to use any available card as an instant stand!
Available in White, Black, Green, Red or Silver Alumide.
So you are on the train to work and you want to check your email while browsing through RSS feeds but the app switching is too slow and if you try and you lose where you are exactly in each thread so you break out 2 devices at once. So you prop one device precariously on your lap whilst the other you hold in your left hand while you gingerly reach for your coffee. This is bound to end in tears, until now.
John Tokash has come up with a clever solution to make multitasking on multiple devices that little bit easier with the help of some 3D printed neatness..
A series of clips that lock devices together, genius! And of course made possible by 3D printing with Shapeways.