A Stockholm-based company has released unique 3D CAD files that are free to download and use for 3D printing.
In 2018, IKEA, recently noted for its striking collaborations with Virgil abloh and adidas, introduced a new line of products created in partnership with the Swedish consumer electronics manufacturer teenage engineering.
The frekvens collection includes LED spotlights that can respond to sound, as well as portable speakers and tripods with the ability to create your own unique installations. All new items were easily compatible with other gadgets of the brand.
Today, a few years later, the Stockholm-based company has released unique 3D CAD files that are free to download and use for 3D printing.
"For anyone who has bought a 3D printer but doesn't know what to print, teenage engineering is giving IKEA frekvens a hack," the press release notes.
The collection was released in February 2021 and is currently available for purchase at select IKEA stores. Thus, the company decided to make the collection even more modular and perfect by releasing its own add-ons that can “hack” it. Each package includes printable modules, photos and assembly instructions. Accessories can be printed on the MK3 3D printer using PLA filament.