On Her Majesty's Secret Service

For Your Eyes Only: 10 James Bond Gadgets to 3D Print

James Bond

The name is printing. 3D printing. Get ready for the latest adventure of the world’s favorite spy-smasher with these James Bond printables.

The new James Bond movie, Spectre, is about to land at your nearest multiplex. We’ll be one of those eager folks going to see it, naturally; our tickets were booked in advance months ago.

But while we’re waiting for the film to arrive, here are some James Bond inspired gadgets and gizmos to 3D print at home. Do pay attention, 007.

If you don’t have access to a 3D printer, that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on all the fun. Make like Q branch and consult the All3DP price comparison engine, and have your models made by a professional 3D printing service.

 1. SPECTRE Ring

James Bond Spectre

What is it? A ring with the S.P.E.C.T.R.E emblem, which stands for “Special Executive for Counterintelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion”. Their symbol is an octopus. Their tentacles are EVERYWHERE.

Secret feature: Take off the ring and look inside the band.

Download: From CEL Robox with Love, a free download from Thingiverse.


2. Golden Gun

The Man with the Golden Gun

What is it? This is a replica of the deadly firearm from “The Man With The Golden Gun” (1974), a classic romp from the Roger Moore era.

Secret feature: Scaramanga’s gun is cunningly disguised as three separate pieces: a pen, cigarette lighter, and cigarette case. Assemble only when the target is acquired.

Download: Free from MyMiniFactory.

3. Daniel Craig Bust

What is it? Technically, this isn’t a gadget, but this bust of Daniel Craig would look suitably formidable on your mantelpiece.

Secret feature: This time-lapse video was specially made by CEL Robox, based on a design by Martin Moore at FORGE3D

Download: Exclusive to ALL3DP readers for a limited time, visit the CEL Robox site and enter your (HINT) secret agent license number (HINT) to download this model.

4.  Wu Ying Shoes

SexyCyborg

What is it? Why should James Bond have all the fun? These 3D printed wedge shoes by SexyCyborg are designed for femme fatales like Pussy Galore or Xenia Ontatopp.

Secret Feature: You’re looking in the wrong place. The heels of these shoes have a hidden compartment with a complete hacker’s kit for cyber espionage

Download: Free from Thingiverse.

5. iSpy Picture Frame

iSpy Picture Frame

What is it? It’s a picture frame, with a signed photo of millionaire industrialist Tony Stark… Or is it?

Secret Feature: Look closer. The frame conceals a phone camera behind the picture, so you can apply some essential security to your base of operations.

Download: Free from Thingiverse.

6. Combination Safe

combination safe

What is it? A combination safe for carrying sensitive information, like state secrets. Or Vesper Lynd’s phone number.

Secret Feature: Like we said, it’s a combination lock. You set the code, and see if rival intelligence agents can crack it.

Download: Free from Thingiverse.


7. Remote Mine Prop from “Goldeneye”

Remote Mine Prop Goldeneye

What is it? The year is 1997. The game, Goldeneye64. The weapon, the Remote Mine.

Secret feature: This funky little replica comes complete with blinking lights and beeping sounds. Never, never, never, never bring this prop to an airport or a police station.

Download: Full tutorial from Instructables.

8. NERF-Compatible Grappling Hook

NERF Grappling Hook

What is it? There comes a time when every super-spy has to bust out the grappling hook.

Secret Feature: This printable is compatible with any conventional NERF gun. We haven’t tested it, but it should be safe for abseiling down the side of a mountain.

Download: Free from Thingiverse.

9. Micro SD Cufflinks for Secret Storage

cufflinks

What is it? James Bond is a dapper chap. The man in the tuxedo can’t go to a casino without sporting a stylish pair of cufflinks.

Secret Feature: Each cufflink has a secret compartment, with enough room for a micro SD card.

Download: Free from GrabCad.

10. James Bond 007 Logo

james bond 007

What is it? Uh…

Secret feature: Sometimes, subtlety just goes clean out the window. Use it to cosh a henchman over the head.

Download: Free from Thingiverse.