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CCTV cameras are everywhere - and now you can even 3D print your own. Here’s what you need to make one.
This 3D printed Hand Pump Drill works without electricity: just "pump" to drill a hole through wood or even aluminum sheet metal.
Make sure your stand reflects the creativity and elegance of the tech it holds. Check out these 5 iPad stands you can't buy in stores.
Celebrate World Emoji Day (yes, it is a thing) in style with this collection of emoji 3D printable figurines, models, toys and other cool stuff.
Got a lightweight robot in need of some locomotion? Maker LoboCNC has you covered with this 3D printed swerve drive.
Brighten your home with your own 3D printed Mr. Poopy Butthole and Plumbus models, for free, from the philanthropic game store.
Upcyle a plastic water bottle into a home for your flowers, using an elegant 3D printed vase by designer Libero Rutilo.
This simple 3D printed iPad Stand is a great starter-kit for resting your iPad because of its affordability and portability.
The Apple Watch is coming! You know you want one...we all do. Check out this 3D-printed Apple Watch charging station and be ready when the new tech drops.
Walter Hsiao published his citrus reamer in January 2013 - and it’s in the Top-10-Lists of Thingiverse ever since.
"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.
The Alessi Goes Digital project consists of a series of digitally designed and 3D printed pens. They were made in collaboration with industrial designer Giulio Iacchetti.
Point and click photography gets boring? If you want to experiment, try a 3d printed pinhole camera. They even come in various sizes.
Launzer announced their new 3D printed Batman Begins series of figurines that are to be made available at a low cost, worldwide.
Blizzident is a company improving our oral hygiene by using 3D scanning to create medieval-looking flossers that quickly clean teeth.
Drone technology could help you out when it comes to capturing the magic of your childhood as you can now use drone footage to create a terrain model, which you can then 3D print.
A Thingiverse design, created by PrintThatThing, is a suit of armor specifically created for Bobo the cat. Cats, don’t try this at home.