Have some loose change lying around? Why not save it for a rainy day by 3D printing this gear motor-driven Apple Coin Bank designed by maker Greg Zumwalt.
The FIFA World Cup is in full swing, and now you can 3D print your own lithophane lamp to light your favorite team's path to victory! Check out this amazing 3D printed World Cup-themed lamp designed by the 3D printing company Voladd.
Many steampunk cosplay items provide mechanical style and an aesthetic look. But these elaborate 3D printed steampunk goggles are equipped with prescription lenses and welding filters that will keep your eyes safe while you're in the workshop.
Have an ancient DVD or CD drive collecting dust in your garage? You can use your 3D printer and a recycled lens to create an e-waste pocket microscope.
Looking forward to the release of Avengers: Infinity Wars? Why not become the most powerful villain in the Marvel universe with your own 3D printed Infinity Gauntlet.
For this week's Project of the Week, 3D print and Arduino your way to this coin-spitting Question Block from universe of Nintendo favorite, Mario.
With Earth Day coming up this weekend, why not celebrate by 3D printing a DIY greenhouse dome for your garden? Polish up that green thumb, it's time to use those maker skills for a Mother Nature-approved project.
Are you a Zelda fan with a 3D printer? Here's is a project-based tutorial from Adafruit's Pedro Ruiz that will teach you how to 3D print and illuminate the unforgettable Guardian Sword featured in Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
An engineer named Arnd (also known as AHNT) recently shared a fun 3D printing project, showing us how to create an customizable soda can lamp that can you light up with LEDs or a candle.
Get your sweet tooth ready for Easter's endless barrage of chocolate bunnies and Cadbury Eggs with a 3D printed candy dispenser. This project was originally designed by HelioxLab, and recently presented by the Dutch 3D printing filament producer colorFabb.
Doting father, Bob Clagett of I Like to Make Stuff, used 3D modeling and printing to turn his son's drawing into a 3D printed toy and his latest YouTube video shows you how you can do the same.
Create your own Raspberry Pi Airplay Boombox using a 3D printer, the Raspberry Pi Zero W and shareport sync and electronics.
Simple yet entertaining, TWANG is a 1D dungeon crawler made with Arduino and 3D printing, based on the award-winning Line Wobbler interactive game.
YouTuber Mattias Jähnke, aka engineerish, demonstrates how to build and read a binary clock. The parts include a Raspberry Pi, some LEDs, and a 3D printed case.
In the latest update to his 3D printed hovercraft project, Ivan Miranda details how he arrived at a working model that genuinely floats.
MosaicManufacturing created the perfect USB drive case for Lego fans and shared the result on Thingiverse so you can 3D print it too.
Engineer Andrew Lee has developed Nod Bang, a headphone system that triggers audio and sets tempo with a nod of the head.