Counting down to Christmas, Hanukkah, and every other seasonal celebration, Shapeways launches their Holiday Gift Guide 2016.
Fancy 3D printing a "baby universe", a map of the oldest light in the universe? Researchers at Imperial College London did exactly that.
Scared of losing those super-expensive wireless Apple AirPods? These 3D printed twisty earbud catchers are the solution.
The furry vase is a whacky experiment in 3D printing design, applying the "drooloop" flower technique to striking effect.
Why not let your pets enjoy the fun of 3D printing too? You can easily create 3D printed pet toys and accessories for your cats, dogs, small animals, and birds.
If you ever thought about a 3D printed RC plane, here‘s a real beauty for tinkerers: The Kraga Kodo has a wingspan of 1.6 meters and is ultra-light thanks to 3D printing.
"I built a wifi "walkie" talkie for my kids; now you can too!", writes maker Daniel Chote on projectable.de. It runs on open-source software and is a great weekend project.
Ever thought about letting the sun do the work of telling the time? Here are the nicest free 3D printed sundial designs we could find.
Maker Bob Clagett just built an adorable Transformers prop. With the help of 3d printing, he created the "Matrix of Leadership" from Optimus Prime.
Fan of vintage cameras? Provide analogue technology with pride of place on your wall with the HANGIE 3D printed wall mount.
Convert your smartphone into a holographic projector with the Holo-Z, a 3D printed accessory available to buy on Sculpteo.
Use the 3D printed Mindfulness Clock of Doom to track the remaining time you have left on Earth. Or until the next Star Wars film, your call.
If you're interested in cosplay, this Sci-Fi inspired, "Elysium" themed 3D printed exoskeleton could be the perfect next build.
If you were a big fan of your pet rock but found that it didn't respond to you enough, make sure to build your own 3D printed virtual pet cube.
Waiting for Pokémon Go to arrive in your country? In the meantime, check out these low-poly Pokemon by Agustin Flowalistik. Download and 3D print them for yourself.
These 3D printed speaker kits from Kitronik are not just useful for learning about electronics; they'll get the party started too.