That's no moon. That's a massive Titanium watch with several movements and a 3D printed Jupiter face. Say hello to the Hamilton ODC X-03.
Designer Eliza Wrobel created a Ferris wheel bookshelf, with shelves instead of passengers, putting interior design in strict rotation.
Fancy 3D printing a "baby universe", a map of the oldest light in the universe? Researchers at Imperial College London did exactly that.
Remember PiKon, the Raspberry Pi powered astro-cam? Now you can 3D print and build one of your very own.
Why clean your toilet with a boring brush, when you could use THOR'S HAMMER? Bring a touch of Asgardian glamor to your bathroom chores.
The 3D printed Nixa Clock doesn't have traditional hands and numbers; it uses LED lights to indicate hours, minutes and seconds.
There's cosplay, and then there's cosplay. This Ghostbusters Proton Pack replica built by Printrbot employees is a 3D printed labor of love.
If you're interested in cosplay, this Sci-Fi inspired, "Elysium" themed 3D printed exoskeleton could be the perfect next build.
Lead the England football team to Euro 2016 glory with these 3D printed foosball heads, courtesy of CEL Robox. Jumpers for goalposts, etc.
Inventive developer Nick Lee has designed and 3D printed a smartphone case that allows determined techies to run Android on the iPhone.
Fittle Fish is an accessible learning toy for visually challenged kids. Playful puzzles help them learn new words and visualise object shapes.
Looking for a sturdy, open source field computer that's capable of basic tasks and adaptable to anything? Feast your eyes on the BeagleBox 2.
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.
MyMiniFactory has made a gigantic DOOM BFG prop to promote the new game from Bethesda Studios. 20kg of filament and 1000 hours of printing!
International 3D printing day has come and gone, but these low-poly Darth Vader and Stormtrooper models by Agustin Flowalistik make a nice souvenir.
Everyone loves lists, right? So without further ado, here are the Top 10 ordered items from 3D printing service giant Shapeways.
Tired of Jenga? Enjoy knocking things over? These 3D printed Tricky Bricks bring fun (and frustration) to a new level.
CCTV cameras are everywhere - and now you can even 3D print your own. Here’s what you need to make one.
Parallel Goods is a new store selling 3D models for functional 3D printing. Behind the scenes, the team explains their design process to ALL3DP.
Invented in 1981, the Walking Gyroscope is a cool toy that uses centrifugal force to move. Here's an open source 3D printable version.