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.
These are the most popular 3D printing models on MyMiniFactory in 2015, based on the activity and likes of the community members.
Feeling the luck of the Irish? Check out these St Patrick's Day 3D prints that will suit your celebrations, to be sure!
You don't have to wait until the 31st century to print models from this beloved cult classic. Read on to see the coolest Futurama 3D prints!
A project from Instructables user Further Fabrication shows us how to use 3D printed molds to create objects made from concrete.
If you're looking for some April Fools' Day pranks to 3D print, you've come to the right place. Each one of these (slightly) evil prints needs PVA filament and a good sense of humor.
Need to clear the air? This 3D printed minimalistic fume extractor by maker RDMMKR is made to minimize the inhalation of fumes that come from soldering.
For today's Weekend Project, we're looking at a 3D printed RC Airboat by maker Simon Sörensen. After some trial and error, the 3D printing enthusiast was able to create a functional boat design – and you can too!
Combine function and form with this 7-segment LED clock, designed by Kansas-based maker Leonard Lee. It reliably delivers accurate time -- down to the second -- while at the same time adding a little light to your life.
Summertime is here and the weather is heating up! Why not use your 3D printer to create a sleek bladeless desk fan to keep you cool.
Looking for a way to freak out your guests? Make your own creepy portrait pictures with moving eyes using 3D printing and an Arduino.
Clever dad transforms his daughter's Little Tike Cozy Coupe toy car into a custom ride using Arduino, 3D printing, and an imaginative spark.
Did you know you can 3D print on fabrics? It requires some precautions, but it's incredibly easy. Designer Simone Fontana shares an instruction video on how to create a custom 3D printed T-shirt.
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.
Need Minions? There are lots of designs on Thingiverse’s and Shapeways’ websites that you can either print out yourself or have printed for you.