Parisian collective Hackerloop have made a custom non-lethal weapon with 3D printing and Arduino; DIY prosthetic Nerf gun is triggered using electrodes that can detect muscle activity.
Overwatch merchandise can be pretty expensive. So why not 3D print them? Here are 42 awesome Overwatch 3D models made by fans to 3D print.
Raise your cosplay game from "meh" to "yeah" with a 3D printed mask for extra authenticity. Here are 30 cool cosplay masks to 3D print.
Looking for Legend of Zelda props? Here are the 25 greatest Legend of Zelda props you can 3D print. You can even get them 3D printed.
With the imminent release of Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens, Star Wars cosplay is sure to be very popular.
This 3D printed lightsaber is the ultimate Star Wars cosplay prop, with a cutaway design showing the internal construction of the hilt.
Want to play with a Westworld Maze of your own? 3D print a key prop from the hit TV show, and check out some examples fans have already made.
Make Magazine's wonky definition of appropriate dress codes for women inspired SexyCyborg to make this LCD shutter top.
Biff! Bam! Kapow! Fans of the Dark Knight Detective can get busy with 3D printers to make their own Batman: Arkham Knight props.
This jaw-droppingly awesome design, called “Sovereign Armor”, is bound to be your next dream cosplay costume.
A huge hit with fans of cosplay and comics books, the Zortrax Super Hero Mask draws big crowds at trade shows. Now you can 3D print your own for free.
The Pip-Boy 3000 watch-face for Moto 360 Android Smartwatch upgraded with a 3D printed case. Just the thing to survive the nuclear fallout.
The last Saturday of August is International Cosplay Day. Are you excited? We're excited. Here are some great ideas for 3D printed cosplay.
Whether you're into Final Fantasy cosplay or just love video games, you can build a 3D printed replica of Cloud Strife's "Buster Sword".
If you're a fan of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, you should check out this 3D printable grapple gun inspired by the movie.
If you're interested in cosplay, this Sci-Fi inspired, "Elysium" themed 3D printed exoskeleton could be the perfect next build.
From the Screen to the street...well, to the cosplay hall. This 3D printed Mad Max prosthetic arm is a work of art, inspiration and awesome.