Add some relaxation to your office or home with a 3D printed Japanese Water Fountain. The Seattle-based maker and engineer Jeremy Elson recently became inspired by a Shishi Odoshi fountain, and decided to create his own 3D printed miniature version.
That’s a great a weekend project for anyone who owns a 3D printer: NASA has just released the files for 3D printing a Curiosity Rover on their website.
Ever wanted to use your 3D printer to create the ultimate speaker box? Coder and tinker Yasthil Bhagwandeen shares a new Instructables project on how to build your very own 3D Printed Mini Bluetooth Speakers. Now that sounds cool...
Hauke-Scheer is offering everyone the chance to see their own head on a 3D printed action figure which can move better than most humans.
An enterprising employee from SparkFun Electronics built a 3D printed tattoo machine, and then gave himself a wonky tattoo.
Playing Pokemon Go and gotta catch them all? Then 3D printing a Pokemon Go aimer case for your smartphone helps you throw a perfect curve.
This is a 35% scale model of a Subaru engine, the EJ20 flat-four, which is not only 3D printable but also fully functional.
There is no denying that 3D printing is making our lives easier, below are some of the best inventions which can help you out on a daily basis either in a big or small way.
Dress up as a mutant superhero this Halloween with these 3D printed Wolverine claws. Cut through candy bags like a hot knife through butter.
This 3D printed Minions chess set is a winner in our books. Print your own movie memorabilia, and become a chess grandmaster in the process.
As countries around the world enter the next stages of the pandemic, 3D printing has come to the rescue to help continue social distancing.
Not all of the Smithsonian's scans are easy to print, but some are. Explore the world with these awesome 3D printable Smithsonian 3D models.
Among millions of invitation designs, some of the most interesting come from laser cutters. Don't miss these amazing laser-cut invitations and cards!
This 3D printed wind-up car by maker Brian Brocken gives a modern twist on a classic toy. Best of all, all you need is a 3D printer and some filament to make your own.
Oskitone's new and improved OKAY 2 is a mind-blowing DIY synth that you can 3D print and put together on your own. Hone your 3D printing and soldering skills with this sweet musical instrument and let the sounds sweep you away!
Cooking of ideas to do some last minute Christmas shopping? Perhaps You don’t even need to leave the house.
Want to add some Portuguese pizzaz to your home decor? Instructables user "wentworthm" shows us how to design and create some intricate Azulejo tiles using your 3D printer.