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Stripes for Ipad a 3D printed Ipad compatible cover by Salokannel


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Speaking of all these apple products, What happened to the blog about intellectual property? Did the big M A C change something?
#1 Anonymous on 2010-04-09 12:46 (Reply)
That was me, didn't notice I wasn't remembered. Stupid Remember me button has selective memory.
#2 Michael Williams on 2010-04-09 12:47 (Reply)
No I did get a question from a community member and changed something then.
#3 Joris on 2010-04-09 13:27 (Reply)
I'm sorry, my question is a little confusing. I've seen a lot of apple products lately. Has something changed with permissions from Apple (Macintosh, Mac). Did Shapeways get permission to make these products, or have individuals been granted permission?
#4 Michael Williams on 2010-04-09 13:53 (Reply)
You're allowed to make items that are compatible with Apple products but Apple is rigorous in how it enforced what you call these products. Using Apple logos and feigning endorsement from Apple is also not a good idea.
#5 Joris on 2010-04-09 15:08 (Reply)
That ruler is especially cool!
#6 Aaron Trocola on 2010-04-10 02:03 (Reply)

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