Tallinn, Estonia (PRWEB) January 27, 2014
The preliminary injunction ruling by the Harju County Court, dated January 6, 2014 (case No 2-13-61048) covers FABULONIA's secure 3D printing software, branded as FabSecure and including, among others, FabSecure 3D streaming platform, online 3D printer management and IP storage tools and embedded 3D printer security software. FABULONIA believes these have been rebranded by Secured 3D.
Secured 3D is a new startup represented by Anton Vedeshin and John Dogru who was previously involved with FABULONIA's architecture design. ITBS, represented by Anton Vedeshin, was a contract software developer for FABULONIA, the company states in the lawsuit.
"A company that bases its business and reputation on secure copyright protection cannot overlook suspicions of contract or copyright infringements and therefore, an injunction was sought," said Kaido Loor, Partner, SORAINEN, a leading law firm in the Baltics, on behalf of FABULONIA.
The court proceedings against Secured 3D and ITBS are ongoing, and FABULONIA is defending its technologies internationally.
Based in Tallinn, Estonia, FABULONIA Inc. (OU) is a pioneer in 3D printed IP security. FABULONIA has several international patents pending for its secure 3D printing technologies.
FABULONIA and FabSecure are registered trademarks, with no intent to infringe.