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.
April Fool's Day prank by Formlabs inspires a clever hack to make 3D prints smell fantastically fruity. Try making scented resin yourself.
Making is the final frontier. These are the projects of Adafruit Industries. Its latest masterpiece; a 3D printed Star Trek Communicator.
Convert the flashlight on your iPhone into a classy mini lampshade, using the 3D printed Ibat Jour collection.
Say hello to Microbot! Fresh after yesterday's UK launch, here's a project to turn your BBC micro:bit into a robot with 3D printing.
Fan of the TV series Vikings? It's bloody, brutal and brilliant. The History Channel is sharing 3D print files of props featured in the show.
Regular player of tabletop games? Then you need a 3D printed DIY dice tower. From the ridiculous to the sublime, there are fantastic designs to choose from.
If you own a GoPro 3D print your accessories for it! Become a GoPro 3D printing hero and make even better use of the versatility of the most well-known action cam around.
Smartphone → Dumb human ∴ Dumbphone → Smart human? Turn your smartphone into a Dumbphone with 3D Printing... and learn to live again.
Do you find that just one cup of coffee before work doesn't perk you up enough? The solution may be a new device which offers a six flask coffee brewer.
In a smart application for Tough Resin, Formlabs employee Josh Foisey has designed and 3D printed a skateboarding deck cam for his GoPro camera.
Everyone loves lists, right? So without further ado, here are the Top 10 ordered items from 3D printing service giant Shapeways.
Shapeways release their 2015 holiday gift guide, featuring hundreds of 3D printed presents for your loved ones. These are our top choices.
Dress up as a mutant superhero this Halloween with these 3D printed Wolverine claws. Cut through candy bags like a hot knife through butter.
So you’ve enjoyed Star Wars Episode VII - The Force Awakens? Why don’t you fire up your future technology (3D printers) to prepare some great 3Dprinted Star Wars props and gimmicks?
Tired of Jenga? Enjoy knocking things over? These 3D printed Tricky Bricks bring fun (and frustration) to a new level.
Parallel Goods is a new store selling 3D models for functional 3D printing. Behind the scenes, the team explains their design process to ALL3DP.
The Thingiverse "Catch The Wind" challenge produced great 3D printed wind power gadgets, from practical wind generators to fun soap bubble devices.
Point and click photography gets boring? If you want to experiment, try a 3d printed pinhole camera. They even come in various sizes.
Invented in 1981, the Walking Gyroscope is a cool toy that uses centrifugal force to move. Here's an open source 3D printable version.