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After nine days of continuous 3D printing the Create Cafe team over in Saskatoon, Canada, has successfully completed the world's largest indoor 3D print. Called the Wave, the camper trailer is an exciting project that highlights big and ambitious prints needn't be confined to the factory floor.
If you're faced with a broken cable, maker Marius Taciuc has a 3D printed enclosure solution. Although it's not perfect, it's a great short-term universal cable fix.
A Texas-based 3D printing enthusiast created a 3D printed crystal radio receiver which doesn't require a battery or plug. Now, you can too by downloading the 3D files and step-by-step instructions.
In the latest update to his 3D printed hovercraft project, Ivan Miranda details how he arrived at a working model that genuinely floats.
Inspired by the 12th-century Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire, UK, this metal 3D printed sundial is a high-tech slice of history. Installed on a pedestal in the castle grounds, visitors can enjoy the 'dial for themselves.
After fundraising on IndieGoGo back in the summer, AstroReality is taking its ridiculously realistic model Moons to CES. Fabricated with the help of industrial 3D printers, the tiny celestial bodies use AR to educate and inspire.
When Paul Curry was diagnosed with cancer, he 3D printed his own skeleton from a PET/CAT scan to help him cope through "busywork".
The snow globe is easy to make and a perfect Christmas ornament or present. Check out this build that uses a Nutella jar.
The Port of Rotterdam’s Additive Manufacturing LAB unveiled a 3D printing project to print the first marine propeller - called the 'WAAMpeller.'
In 2018, the Great Pagoda in London will reopen to the public after restoration, this time with 3D printed (not wooden) Chinoiserie dragons.
Framlab has a way to get people off the streets by providing comfortable, safe, 3D printed homeless shelters with a proposal called "Homed".
With a little 3D printing and a lot of imagination, Jame Bruton from XRobots has created the Batman Electric Skateboard - or Batboard.
Chisel&Mouse is a design studio run by two brothers who use 3D modelling software, 3D printing and plaster casts to create replica buildings.
Do you LOVE America? Of course you do! Celebrate the Fourth of July with a 3D printed patriotic bust of Obama, Washington, or Snowden.
Instructables user lkkalebob shows us how to creep out friends and family with this DIY animatronic eye project.
A fisherman from New Zealand has invented a plastic gripping device called the "Keepafish scoop". It helps you to safely handle your catch.
Nintendo’s new hand-held console "Switch" will be published in March 2017. You can be one of the lucky ones to hold it in your hand right now - by 3D printing a perfect looking replica.