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Weekend Project: 3D Printing Projects for New Year’s Eve 2019

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by Tyler Koslow
Dec 29, 2018

New Year's Eve 2019 is just a few days away! Do you have all your party props and decorations ready for the big event? Here are 10 3D printing projects that will make your NYE 2019 a night you'll never forget.

As 2018 comes to a swift close, it’s time to start preparing for the upcoming New Year’s Eve festivities. Whether you’re the type to attend an extravagant party or simply sit at home and watch the ball drop on your television set, we should all be excited about the prospect of 2019 and what it will offer to each and every one of us.

Of course, it’s not a proper New Year’s celebration without the zany “2019” glasses, props, gadgets, and gizmos. So, before you pop that champagne, let’s pop a spool of filament onto your 3D printer and create some fun decorative items for the glitzy night ahead.

Here are 10 easy 3D printing projects to help you prepare for New Year’s Eve 2019.

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Weekend Project: 3D Printing Projects for New Year's Eve 2019 2019 Glasses

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What is it? Nothing says New Year’s Eve quite like a pair of shutter glasses that have the upcoming year displayed somewhere on the frame. These easy to print 2019 glasses will make you the life of the party. Sport these shades and let everyone know what time it is (time to party).

Who made it? catf

Where to download? Thingiverse

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Weekend Project: 3D Printing Projects for New Year's Eve 2019 2019 Happy New Year Fun Glasses

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What is it? Not a fan of the shutter style? No worries, there are plenty of other zany options as far as 3D printed 2019 glasses go. Here’s a fascinating design that puts your sights right in between the upcoming year. Modified from the designer’s original “2016” pair,  this model has same arms with rugged hinges. There are two versions available to 3D print: one with standard arm length and an extended version as well.

Who made it? Auggie

Where to download? Thingiverse

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Weekend Project: 3D Printing Projects for New Year's Eve 2019 Articulated 2019 Keychain

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What is it? With their ability to flex and bend without breaking, articulated 3D prints have been all of the rage lately. So it only makes sense that a 3D printed articulated 2019 keychain popped up on Thingiverse before the year came to a close. Simply print the “base” and “letter” separately, attach them together with glue, and enjoy your new flexible NYE keychain!

Who made it? asp3d

Where to download? Thingiverse

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Weekend Project: 3D Printing Projects for New Year's Eve 2019 2019 Deco

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What is it? Looking for more general purpose decorations for the upcoming New Year’s Eve party? This 3D printable 2019 Deco offers you the ability to put the upcoming year on custom gift wrap or even a cake. Once you have these linked numbers 3D printed out, the possibilities of how you can decorate with them are endless!

Who made it? helotana

Where to download? Thingiverse

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Weekend Project: 3D Printing Projects for New Year's Eve 2019 2019 Earrings

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What is it? Want to add a bit of flair to your New Year’s outfit? These dangling 2019 earrings will have the entire party asking where you bought them. These earrings just take around 10 minutes to 3D print and are designed to be attached to 6 mm rings. In other words, this is a simple project for those who are short on time but still want to customize their 2019 look.

Who made it? catf

Where to download? Thingiverse

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Weekend Project: 3D Printing Projects for New Year's Eve 2019 2019 Wine Bottle Topper

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What is it? When the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve, chances are you’ll have a fresh bottle of champagne or wine ready to crack open. Show the party how festive your bottle popping routine can get with this 3D printed 2019 wine bottle topper. Simply open the bottle, pour a glass, and plug this ornament into the top.

Who made it? FunbieStudios

Where to download? Thingiverse

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Weekend Project: 3D Printing Projects for New Year's Eve 2019 2019 New Year's Shutter Shades

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What is it? When attending any kind of New Year’s shindig, one accessory you can always expect to see are fun glasses that spell out the coming year (in this case, of course, we have “2019”. The latest fashion piece to infiltrate nearly every NYE party over the last few years is shutter shades. Made popular by the likes of rapper Kanye West, now you can 3D print your own pair of 2019 New Year’s shutter shades and keep your eyes covered in coolness.

Who made it? grajohnt

Where to download? Thingiverse

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Weekend Project: 3D Printing Projects for New Year's Eve 2019 2019 Key Ring

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What is it? After a long night of New Year’s Eve partying, the last two things you’d ever want to lose are your keys and the good memories from the night before. With this 3D printed 2019 key ring, you can keep both of these valuables in check. Not only will this key ring give your house or car keys a more festive appearance, but it will also help remind you of the good times that went down while the ball dropped.

Who made it? catf3

Where to download? Cults

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Weekend Project: 3D Printing Projects for New Year's Eve 2019 2019 Text Flip

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What is it? At first glance, this 3D printed decoration just looks like a plain old star. But one simple flip onto its side and you’ll be greeted with a 2019 Text Flip – tada! This multi-faceted prop will serve as an entertaining object for guests both young and old to fidget around with during your New Year’s celebration.

Who made it? MrP023

Where to download? Cults

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Weekend Project: 3D Printing Projects for New Year's Eve 2019 2019 New Year Eve (Dual-Extrusion)

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What is it? We’ve seen a few smashing pairs of 2019 glasses on this list, but these particular 3D printed New Year’s Eve glasses are tailored for makers that want to utilize dual extrusion. Feel free to get creative with the colors, and scale down to about 80% if you want to print a pair for the kids as well. Another exciting aspect of this pair is the prominent exclamation point that is sure to help start your 2019 off with a bang.

Who made it? 3Dimka

Where to download? Thingiverse

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