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FrozenLava: buy 3D-printed iPhone cases from Digital Harbor Foundation students

The website and startup is run by several high school students who participate in after-school programs run by the Digital Harbor Foundation.

FrozenLava was one of several projects to come out of the Digital Harbor Foundation‘s September WebSlam.
The website and startup is run by several high school students who participate in after-school programs run by the Digital Harbor Foundation. Using 3D printers at the Digital Harbor Tech Center, the students design, craft and sell 3D-printed cases for the iPhone.
Order a 3D-printed case here.

Companies: Digital Harbor Foundation

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