Matt Denton and his 8-year-old nephew assemble a regular Lego Go-Kart Kit 1972, alongside a 3D printed version which is five times larger.
Minifig Battlefields are educating school children about the trenches of WWI, with intricately detailed dioramas built using 3D printing and LEGO bricks.
LEGO and 3D printers are BFF. It’s practically a law? Brickify is a unique and clever application for plastic bricks and rapid prototyping.
Made with 3D printing, these DIY LEGO LED bricks are simply perfect for adding lighting effects to your favorite LEGO kits and scenes.
Take your block-building to a whole new level with 3D printed LEGO tape, made with rubber material that can cling to glass without adhesive.