How about this for modern technological synergy? Published Thursday on Nokia’s website were mechanical drawings of their Lumia 820 back panel for 3D printing. This means that users can design a back (battery) cover to their liking and print it from home on their 3D-printer.
Although these modern duplication systems are not necessarily cheap, 3D printer manufacturers like New York’s MakerBot Industries are working towards putting one in every household. It seems that in the not-too-distant future, those who desire 3D-printing capabilities at home will be granted with cost-effective models geared towards consumer usage.