Want to spice up your office desk? Here are 20 cool things to make with a 3D printer for your office. You don‘t even need a 3D printer to get them.
The Thingiverse "Catch The Wind" challenge produced great 3D printed wind power gadgets, from practical wind generators to fun soap bubble devices.
Be it turntables, mixers, headphones, MIDI equipment or speakers: DJs and producers are using a lot of expensive gear. These 3D printed items for bedroom producers and DJs - for use in studios and for gigs - may help you with a few nifty and cheap solutions (some are also quite funny).
Filmmaking live on a notoriously tight budget. You can save a huge amount of money using these 3D printed tools!
What happens if you give student the chance to develop their own 3D printed dynamo? You get a bunch of highly interesting designs!
Our new "Thing of the week" is so much more: It’s a a pen and a phone stand and a hex key and a toy gun – all in one 3D printed tool.
The quality of smartphone cameras can be amazing. If you want panorama videos, you don’t need to schlep pro-equipment around. All you need is some smartphones and a 3D printed rig.
One of the most basic of household items is getting an upgrade! 3D Printed Hairbrush MAZE is designed for easy cleaning and easy production via 3D printing.
An engineer from New Zealand has 3D printed the world's smallest working circular saw, adding to his growing collection of miniature tools.