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Gary Peng is a San Diego based high-schooler who creates products using 3D printing. His latest invention is a 3D printer emission monitor which sends users warning alerts via a smartphone app.
Want to bring the convenience of a soda fountain machine into your own home? Take a refreshing sip from the 3D printed Drinks Tap created by That Robot Guy.
YouTuber and maker Ivan Miranda has 3D printed the world's largest nerf gatling gun that shoots 10 balls per second at more than 60 miles per hour.
Shape your own destiny with the 3D printed Raspberry Pi fortune teller!
Want to bring the bright lights of a city landscape into your home? This 3D printed Geode City, created by designer Jacob Surovsky, uses an LED puck to bring mesmerizing colors to a complex city structure.
Want to do some light reading before bedtime? This sleek 3D printed Minimal Bedside Lamp by DeDesigned is an easy project that will have guests wondering where you bought it.
Want to skid through the polar vortex on a DIY snowmobile? Learn how to make a remote-controlled 3D printed snowmobile created by Polish maker Nikodem Bartnik.
Thanksgiving is less than a week away. Before you fill your belly up with food, why not fill your home with some Thanksgiving-themed 3D prints! Here are five 3D models to get you inspired.
Looking for a way to keep your eyes occupied during the chilly Winter season? This Rainbow Roller Coaster, created by designer Dominik Cisar, is a kinetic sculpture that will send your mind for a spin.
Using a LED tealight candle and a few 3D printed parts, you can create your own 3D printed Skull Lantern to illuminate the upcoming Halloween celebrations. Let's take a look at this seasonally-themed weekend project!
Add some fright to your spine-chilling costume with this collection of Halloween-themed 3D printed jewelry, which includes a stitched neck and dripping bloody neck.
Want to make your Halloween decorations more cheerful this year? This 3D printed Tea Light Ghost will make a happy addition to your seasonal adornments, greeting all of the trick-or-treaters with a smile.
Need some affordable scientific equipment to experiment and make a breakthrough discovery? This 3D printed open source laboratory rocker is a terrific tool for biological and molecular mixing applications.
You can have the time, weather, news and more at your side at all times with this easy-to-build 3D printed LED marquee scroller created by Instructables user Qrome.
Have some loose change lying around? Why not save it for a rainy day by 3D printing this gear motor-driven Apple Coin Bank designed by maker Greg Zumwalt.
Have an ancient DVD or CD drive collecting dust in your garage? You can use your 3D printer and a recycled lens to create an e-waste pocket microscope.
Are you getting ready to celebrate the Mexican holiday of Cinco de Mayo this weekend? Prep for the festivities, which usually entail endless margaritas, music, and food, with some of these Cinco de Mayo-themed 3D prints!