A happy cat makes for a happy household. Here are some 3D printed accessories to keep that furry feline well fed, groomed, and entertained.
A young maker creates a beautiful 3D printed portable gaming device using an Ultimaker 2, Autocad 123D and a Raspberry Pi.
In the wake of "Terminator Genisys", there are great 3D printable Terminator designs. This 3D printed robot head is one of the coolest.
The nice thing about this 3D printed Frankenstein light switch plate is that it won't kill everyone you love and drive you crazy like the infamous monster.
NASA's 3D model database lets you download and print the New Horizons Pluto probe, and many more historical conceptions of past missions.
The bike carrying handle is the best solution for those locations where it’s inappropriate (or just downright impossible) to go while on your bike.
International 3D printing day has come and gone, but these low-poly Darth Vader and Stormtrooper models by Agustin Flowalistik make a nice souvenir.
Check out these 3D printed keycaps. Shapeways carries a nice collection of keycaps - from Play, Mail and Calculate to Lego and Pokemon themes.
Put a little 3D into your D&D with this cool 3D-printed Deathly Hallows dice set.
You sure don’t want to throw your expensive headphones on a shelf when you're finished with them. Maker Tosh has a great solution.
The ultimate accessory for Daft Punk fans: Now you can 3d print the "Guy Manuel Helmet". Party with style!
The anti-social iPhone Case: your ticket to improved efficiency, greater productivity, more meaningful relationships, economic stability... and world peace.
Three steps to winter fun: (1) Remove wheels from your favorite scooter. (2) Attach 3D printed snow shoes. (3) Find a snowy hill. Instant winter fun!
Take part in the Arkham Knight Batmania with this 3D printed Joker mask, guaranteed to frighten even the Batman himself.
Don't let gravity harsh your mellow, man. This 3D printed Vape Pen Clip is a stylish, customisable accessory for your smokeless cigarette.
Invented in 1981, the Walking Gyroscope is a cool toy that uses centrifugal force to move. Here's an open source 3D printable version.
A bit of compassion, some adhesive tape and a 3D printer turned a decidedly “sighted” puzzle game into custom Rubik’s Cube for the blind.