Want to play with a Westworld Maze of your own? 3D print a key prop from the hit TV show, and check out some examples fans have already made.
Fancy building your very own smartwatch? The Chronio is made using an Arduino and a 3D printed case, and the battery lasts several months.
An enterprising employee from SparkFun Electronics built a 3D printed tattoo machine, and then gave himself a wonky tattoo.
This 3D printed Raspberry Pi mount lets you upcycle the drive bay on your PC. It's like playing Russian Dolls, but with personal computing.
Paying tribute to F1 racing legend Ayrton Senna, this 3D printed replica of his Mclaren F1 Car is truly a labor of love.
Does your daily commute need an extra push? This 3D Printed bicycle boosterpack converts your ride into an e-bike for a fraction of the cost.
Available to download on Pinshape, Inhalo is a 3D printed Asthma inhaler with a discreet design that's stylish and practical.
Record label issues "big-hole" 45 RPM vinyl, together with a limited-edition 3D printed adapter in the shape of a pink brain.
CCTV cameras are everywhere - and now you can even 3D print your own. Here’s what you need to make one.
A legion of 3D printed Minions await your commands, complete with with customisable expressions. Note: bananas not included.
Sometimes simpler is better. This simple Apple Watch charging stand ain't pretty but it gets the job done and that's all that matters.
How about a personal power station? This Stirling engine kit generates power from sun, your 3D printer and even your coffee cup.
These 3D printed accessories keep your desktop clutter-free: Get rid of cable clutter, easily retrieve storage cards, batteries or pens.
Not only for Steampunk enthusiasts: two gold-plated dice in Steampunk design; made from stainless steel and produced using 3D printing technology.
You can’t have enough storage in a computer. So why not add up to three more extra drives to your PC with this 3d printed hard drive rack?
Make sure your stand reflects the creativity and elegance of the tech it holds. Check out these 5 iPad stands you can't buy in stores.
Put a little 3D into your D&D with this cool 3D-printed Deathly Hallows dice set.
Robotica, a gorgeous ball-jointed doll, is our new Thing of the week. The design is free, you can either print it yourself or order the parts.
Feeling the luck of the Irish? Check out these St Patrick's Day 3D prints that will suit your celebrations, to be sure!
Passover is just around the corner. Get ready for a special holiday with these fantastic Passover 3D prints to make your Seder even better!