Kite surfers, here’s your new mount: This GoPro mount is designed to attach your camera to the surf lines. Now get out and get some incredible footage!
If you like objects that reference themselves (like a bookshelf made out of books) then the Mobius Nautilus will just about make your day.
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.
If you've got nothing to do for the next century, get a hold of this 3D printed "Over the Top" puzzle cube. Eat your heart out Rubik!
Cooking of ideas to do some last minute Christmas shopping? Perhaps You don’t even need to leave the house.
Sports, anyone? How about some exercise - 3D printing style?
For beginners to 3D printing, gifts will be most welcome. Read on to see the best and most useful presents for new makers!
If you're gearing up for the election, prepare to get your 3D printer involved! Read on to see some fun political models to 3D print.
As countries around the world enter the next stages of the pandemic, 3D printing has come to the rescue to help continue social distancing.
From pots of gold to shamrock cookie cutters, we've got a definitive list of easy-to-print accessories to help you celebrate St Paddy's Day! Get to it.
To celebrate Hanukkah, we've collected some great themed 3D prints. We hope it won't take a miracle to print all eight with a single roll of filament. Chag urim sameach!
UK-based maker Vahe Agababian created a 3D printed Retro Rocket LED Lamp equipped with a digital thermometer so you can light it up and and read the temperature of the surrounding atmosphere at the same time.
And it’s 3D printed, too: Redditor builds possibly the world's smallest, most impractical, but probably most fun, laptop.
Shape your own destiny with the 3D printed Raspberry Pi fortune teller!
Take the ancient art form of origami into the future by turning a paper swan into a kinetic sculpture. Using a 3D printed case, an ItsyBitsy-powered servo motor, and fishing line, you can create an origami swan that flaps its wings.
Want to bring the bright lights of a city landscape into your home? This 3D printed Geode City, created by designer Jacob Surovsky, uses an LED puck to bring mesmerizing colors to a complex city structure.