Stories about talented 3D Printing Designers and their work
Want to make some extra money with 3D printed items? How about selling on Amazon, eBay or Etsy? Here’s how you do it.
This 3D printed rail with a ball inside is what happens when a Mobius strip, a Klein bottle, and M.C. Escher get together and have a party.
Forté is a real-time, 2D design tool which automatically takes your idea and optimizes the properties based on simple parameters that you intuitively map out.
Put a little 3D into your D&D with this cool 3D-printed Deathly Hallows dice set.
Robotica, a gorgeous ball-jointed doll, is our new Thing of the week. The design is free, you can either print it yourself or order the parts.
Don't go unadorned! Check out these 3D printed keycaps and put some new life into your old keyboard.
After 800 years, the plain vanilla shirt button finally gets an upgrade. Welcome to the 21st century Button 2.0!
So you need a custom 3D printable file? Here’s everything you need to know about to hire a 3D designer for your needs.
Nervous System is a team of MIT mathematicians and biologists with a passion in generative design and the materialization of fractals.
If you like objects that reference themselves (like a bookshelf made out of books) then the Mobius Nautilus will just about make your day.
The ultimate accessory for Daft Punk fans: Now you can 3d print the "Guy Manuel Helmet". Party with style!
This 3D printed bicycle helmet, made on an HP Multijet Fusion 3D printer, is robust enough to withstand serious impact.
The Polish design studio UAU Project brings beautiful and useful 3D printed tableware to your home with the "Table7" collection.
Tame the beast! Install these 3D printed wall cleats on every outlet in your home (they also make great handholds should gravity ever decide to reverse).
German company Scope for Design brings customization to sunglasses. With an browser app, you can customize your sunglasses. Scope for Design also offers this interesting business model for shops.
Virtual reality is gradually becoming a... reality. So what's next? A 3D printed holo pyramid for your smartphone? Short answer: YES.
When it comes to travel, you can’t have enough tips. Here are some new ways 3D printing makes traveling more enjoyable and fun.