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Athena of Velletri at Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles

Complexity:2
by coskucan

The Lansdowne Bust of Athena of Velletri created by an unknown sculptor in the 2nd century (A.D.) depicts Athena, the goddess of wisdom, courage, inspiration, civilization, law and justice, just warfare, mathematics, strength, strategy, the arts, crafts, and skill. On display at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. #Athena

Yin Key Holder

Complexity:1
by jeffersonuba

A key holder representing the half of Yin Yang symbol. Print it twice and offer it as a gift to your friend.

Sound of Silence Lute

Complexity:3
by MyMiniFactory

This is a model of a Lute, a beautiful instrument. Ours was printed in white ABS and then sprayed brown to give it that authentic touch.

Vistaprint Leaf Business Card Holder

Complexity:3
by andrewforster

Super cool plant inspired business card holder! Altogether, a very nice and straightforward print.   “Imagine you are a small business... You want to develop a professional and aesthetically pleasing image. The market today does not provide a solution to meet your needs. Everyone knows that the terms high quality, color and professional design simply don’t belong in the same sentence with inexpensive, low volume, easy or quick. This incompatibility represents a gap in the market. Simply put, there is a clear market need.” - Robert Keane, Foudner of Vistaprint (extract from his 1994 business plan)   'Vistaprint has over 25 localised websites that serve various markets around the world, over 4,100 employees, three state of art manufacturing facilities and 13 offices, including its corporate headquarters in Venlo, the Netherlands. Vistaprint is focused on giving the 50 million micro businesses around the world a chance to make an impression and stand out with professional marketing products and services at an affordable price.' vistaprint.com

Solar Light Housing

Complexity:3
by designerfredthibaud

Great replacement housing for solar light components! Original "plaster rock style" housing broke after a drop... That will not happen again! Sunny yellow PLA, looks great!

Thibauds YoYo

Complexity:1
by designerfredthibaud

This YoYo uploaded by DesignerFred makes a perfect gift for a young person. Lots of fun for plenty of time with this toy, never gets old.

Peter Pan at Central North Hyde Park in Kensington Gardens, London

Complexity:2
by coskucan

This bronze statue of Peter Pan is in Kensington Gardens, next to Hyde Park. The exact location was chosen by Peter Pan's author, J.M. Barrie. Barrie lived close to Kensington Gardens and published his first Peter Pan story in 1902, using the park for inspiration. In his Peter Pan tale, The Little White Bird, Peter flies out of his nursery and lands beside the Long Water lake, on the spot where the statue now stands. #PeterPan #TwentiethCentury

Tea Light Candle Holder with Match Box Holder

Complexity:2
by rachel lawson

Measurements based on standard match box and electric tea light candle. Enjoy your tea ! Cool design with hidden awa spot for your matches to sit inside of.

Ball

Complexity:4
by sajiddiaz

Here is a simple Ball Toy with a nice design.

iMakr cufflinks

Complexity:5
by MyMiniFactory

These stylish metal cufflinks were printed with the Newton 3D printer (see www.newton3d.com). This can be the perfect gift for either birthdays, Christmas or even offered as a corporate gift. This is made of 100% Bronze.

Classic Penguin Book Holder

Complexity:1
by michaelaregan

Designed using the Penguin Classics Logo, this helpful little penguin holds your books as you read.   Penguin Books was founded in 1935 by Sir Allen Lane as a line of publishers The Bodley Head, only becoming a separate company the following year.   Penguin revolutionised publishing in the 1930s through its high quality, inexpensive paperbacks, sold through Woolworths and other high street stores for sixpence. Penguin's success demonstrated that large audiences existed for serious books.   Penguin also had a significant impact on public debate in Britain, through its books on politics, the arts, and science.   www.penguin.co.uk   File contains STL for single extrusion. Hit the download button to get yours!

Recovery Bracelet

Complexity:1
by designerfredthibaud

For all 12 steppers out there, enjoy! Print on its side with support, triangle point up! Mens size, upscale for large, down scale to 90% or 95% for ladies...

Wire Holder

Complexity:1
by MyMiniFactory

This cable tidy is ideal  for your office ceiling management system. This product will allow multiple power cables fit within its structure to avoid wires hanging for a more aesthetically pleasing office

Hollow Chess

Complexity:2
by carlhopwood771

The most creative yet cheapest 3D printable chess set available: Designed to require a minimum amount of material for the cheapest 3D printable chess set available, whist keeping the design interesting and unique.  Print in two colours to create a truly noticeable gift

Eggs for Breakfast Necklace

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

Fried Eggs for Breakfast is a continuation of the Food Collection. See also - - 'First Slice' Ring - Lollipop Pendants - The Rockabilly Doughnut Oversized Pendant - Bling Bling Icecream Pendants - Crossiant, Doughnut and Egg Rings

Socket Opener for BS 1363 three-pin plug

Complexity:2
by Abbasi_3D_Services

A replacement of the middle earth connection of the BS 1363 three-pin plug to open the shutter mechanism in the socket to allow you to plug another type. I have had this problem many times when I travel, so I made the solution for me and you. Have fun.   Here is a picture of the the BS 1363 three-pin plug from Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Moulded_and_rewireable_BS_1363_plugs_%28horizontal%29.jpg

Metal chopstick rest

Complexity:5
by richard

This unique metal chopstick holder was 3D printed with the Newton 3D printer (see www.newton3d.com) and will for sure make your dinner table stand out. This is made of 100% Bronze.

Support free iMakr bolt

Complexity:1
by jackimakr

Functional screw and nut with iMakr logo, the bolt is strong enough to be used as the commercial nylon screws. You can tight the bolt using a wrench or simply by hands and scale it on your printer software, so you can get different sizes, like M3, M4, M5, M6, M8, M10, M12 and so on.

Right hand freezer flap hinge MER075

Complexity:3
by jackimakr

Right hinge for freezer.

Pocket Panda

Complexity:2
by soulorigin89

Inpired by watching Kung Fu Panda and seeing pandas take over the World of Warcraft scene I felt it was time to make my own panda. This model can be used as a pendant, or attached to a keychain to create a cool gift for a panda lover.

Recycled mud guard for bicycle

Complexity:2
by Kirby Downey

This Mud Guard uses any Coke bottle or Coke products bottle as the mud guard. u can use either a 500ml, 1ltr or 1.75ltr bottles. The main housing is 3D printed and the guard is attached by just screwing the cap of the Coke bottle with the housing in between. This product saves on material when 3D printing as it uses little support and the guard is made of a discarded PET Coke bottle which is cut in half. By painting the inside of the bottle you can have a range of guards fitting your own moods, or your bikes coulor scheme with little to no expense other than the housing. by painting the inside of the bottle the outer part gets a high gloss, high quality look at no extra cost. 

Tank

Complexity:1
by MyMiniFactory

A miniture army tank to suit army lovers. Scale model of military vehicle for you to print (height 5-10 cm)

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Softlicious...shoes

Complexity:3
by Michele Badia

Get ready for party season, extraordinary style, for a extraordinary technology, key words for unforgettable products. Im glad to present a new pair of Soft yet Selicious shoes that will turn eyes from anyone. Be the star, walk, dance, dream and make them real with your 3D maker shoes. Beautiful Tbar stile about this new high heels,  T-bar Sandals By Michele Badia,  combining on-trend  Ninjiaflex  detailing with a statement stiletto heel, this ankle strap design will complement this season's tough-luxe fashion looks.

GoPro Helmet mount

Complexity:2
by Michele Fiorese

A front helmet mount for your GoPro camera, capture footage of all your action or use it for a self-portrait extension. 2 standard M5 bolts 50mm long and M5 nuts are needed.

TOTORO Pen holder

Complexity:2
by lornabarnshaw

Totoro is the king of the forest, a mystical and inspiring character from Studio Ghibli's My Neighbor Totoro. This pen holder captures the heartwarming, curious and excitement of childhood. This desk buddy, if nothing else brightens your working day.

Bad.inc iPhone Case

Complexity:2
by terrysmith

Inked Badcompany Iphone case! Old school Tattoo design, 14mm at High point. If desired I can upload a version without the text for those who wish to add custom text!

Crowbar

Complexity:1
by Palmroos

Small crowbar for small emergencies.

Mini milling machine evolution

Complexity:3
by jackimakr

Evolution of the Mini milling machine. This version is more precise and stable than the first one and it has more accuracy. The file contains the new version of the two bases and table. You can also install the turntable with vice as accessory

Caskstrength 3D Whiskey Case

Complexity:3
by MyMiniFactory

A 3D printable whiskey sleeve created in collaboration with Caskstrength Creative as part of their Caskstrength & Carry On 'A-Z of Whiskies. For its “D” release, Caskstrength released a 56.4% abv vatting of three Scotch single malt whiskies from Diageo’s stable – Dailuaine, Dalwhinnie and Dufftown – named 3D, blended by Caskstrength founders Joel Harrison and Neil Ridley under the supervision of Diageo master blender Matthew Crow.  Harrison said: “The three unique elements to this release have made this a hugely exciting project to work on.” He continues: “We feel that the 3D label and downloadable packaging demonstrate just how innovative Scotch whisky can be.”  

Wilton's Music Hall iPhone Case

Complexity:1
by michaelaregan

iPhone Cover designed using the Wilton’s Music Hall's new club – The Chrysalis Club.   Printed using the new flexible filament - NinjaFlex for the bumper!   Wilton’s is the world’s oldest surviving Music Hall and London’s best kept secret. This stunning and atmospheric building is home to an exciting programme of imaginative, diverse and distinct entertainment including theatre, music, comedy, cinema and cabaret.   Find out more about the venue and events at www.wiltons.org.uk   File contains STL's for each part, for single exrtusion. Hit the download button to get yours!

Girl with Doves in Cadogan Place at Sloane Street, London

Complexity:2
by coskucan

A life-size nude, female figure on stepped plinth facing north-east. She has her weight on her right leg with her left foot slightly raised, arms above the head with five doves between hands and head. David Wynne is the sculptor of this piece and was created in the 1970s when his studio was based in Wimbledon.

Alexander Pushkin at Art Park Muzeon, Moscow

Complexity:2
by coskucan

On the grounds of Moscow Park of Arts "Muzeon" - sculpture of Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin, world famous Russian poet of 19th century (1799-1837). #AlexanderPushkin

Should Jailbreak Iphone Backplate

Complexity:1
by glennreimche

Jailbreaking your phone entails removing operating system limitations with a privilege escalation, freeing it for additional functionality.This design is number one in a series of 3 phases of a jailbreak.  The symbolic "man behind bars" is easily recognized and translates well to the backplate medium.  It represents the still locked phone.It was created by converting an edited clipart image to .svg format, importing it and resizing to fit the template.

Universal fixture GoPro compatible

Complexity:1
by MyMiniFactory

Go pro is a great thing and we make it even greater with this accessory which allows you to attach it virtually everiwhere with just two cable ties. Helmet, bike frame, railings, pipes ... just choose the right lenght of the ties and go wild. You will need one standard M5 bolt 50mm long and an M5 nut or dome nut.

Folding bicycle carry Handle

Complexity:1
by Kirby Downey

This carry handle is made to permanently strap to the frame of your folding bicycle, using either Velcro straps or cable ties. the handle is designed to never get in the way while riding, not to add any unwanted weight to the bike and to make it easier to carry your bike. With a soft and comfortable grip which won’t cut into your hands after a long time, this handle is great with people with problems in their hands like arthritis. This is what inspired this design as I saw an elderly gentleman struggle, at a tube in London, to get a grip on his bike, in a busy station, that didn’t hurt and where his fingers could fit. If i never helped him he would have missed his train. This inspired the thought of making this task easier for everyone. The handle will conform to the shape of your bicycle frame when strapped in. Even if you printed it from PLA or ABS the handle is still functional as a rigid model. the can attached to any folding bikes including A-bike, Bike Friday, Birdy, Bootie, Bridgestone Picnica, Brompton Bicycle, Dahon, Di Blasi, KHS Bicycles, Melon Bicycles, Montague Bikes, Raleigh Twenty, Strida, Swift Folder and Tern. The Carry handle isn't made for just folding bikes; it can fit any mountain bike, racing bike or trick bike. The STL attached has smart support added which can be removed by simply snapping off, the video attracted shows how to remove the support. The STL has been developed to have 5 notches for extra support, the example in the photos have 3 notches.

Hot Me ? ...Never

Complexity:1
by MyMiniFactory

Cannot live without your morning coffee? This stylish holder keeps your hands protected whilst allowing you to enjoy that fresh morning java.

Lens Hood compatible with Canon 17-40 f4

Complexity:2
by didexe

Lens hood replacement made by specific size. This version is compatible with your Canon 17-40. Available for purchase from Amazon and other resellers. Download it here for free and print it for pennies.

Statue of Trajan at Tower Hill, London.

Complexity:2
by coskucan

Statue (On a steel plaque attached to the base) believed to be of the Roman Emperor Trajan, AD 98 - 117. 'Imperator Caesar Nerva Trajanus Augustus'. #EmperorTrajan

Wingtip Nut M3 for Hotbed levelling (FlashForge Creator X)

Complexity:1
by davidtan

Print this wingtip M3 nut in ABS using 0.25mm layer height with 20% infill. It is a replacement to the existing knurled nuts that comes with the FlashForge which is difficult to use when levelling the hotbed.

Dishwasher lower basket wheels

Complexity:3
by jackimakr

Spare part number DST50286965.

My Mini Factory spool holder for Ultimaker 2

Complexity:1
by jackimakr

My Mini Factory spool holder for Ultimaker 2, printable without support material and ready to use.

My Mini Factory Ear Pod iphone case

Complexity:1
by bjp

 Easy to attach earpodcase (iphone 5 earbuds) including lid for better transport in your pocket.

Dot Clock

Complexity:2
by Stewart Davies

The Dot clock uses small components to allow for a bigger clock than a print bed is able to produce. The file comes with individual stl components so you can customize the clock filiment colours as you wish. You will need to purchase a Quartz clock mechanism but these can be easily found for about £1/$2 - £2/$3.75

Top handle

Complexity:2
by jackimakr

Handle for Henry the hoover series.

Customizable 3D Objects

Universal parametric holder

Complexity:1
by jackimakr

Universal holder that you can use to keep in place: 1) your spool of filament for your printer 2) your toilet paper 3) your kitchen paper 4) your clothes 5) your rings and bracelets or any other item you want...

Parametric box

Complexity:1
by MyMiniFactory

All sizes box, you can size your favourite dimensions, you can put anything inside , e.g. soap, spices, tools, pencils or anything else , it's useful also for model making and electronics, you can size and use it as you prefer.

Universal adjustable hoover nozzle

Complexity:2
by jackimakr

Adaptable hoover pipe, you can size the radius as you need and adapt it to your personal vacuum cleaner. It could be useful for cleaning the small spaces if you size it with the smaller pipe diameter.

Parametric glass

Complexity:1
by jackimakr

Parametric glass that you can personalise to obtain your favourite shapes.

Crevice tool

Complexity:2
by jackimakr

Spare part for Henry the hoover, easy and quick to print.  Very useful if you have lost or cant find this part of the hoover and the both work exactly the same, so instead of using the big circular part you can use this if you cant find the original crevice tool.

New 3D Objects

R2D2

Complexity:3
by Kirby Downey

R2D2 is a featured droid from the star wars franchise. This little model will make a great addition to any star wars fans collection. 

Bust of Pope Clament XIV at V&A, London

Complexity:2
by coskucan

Marble bust of Pope Clement XIV wearing a skull-cap and a cape tied in front with a knotted cord, is shown looking slightly to his right. This bust was commissioned in Rome by the British collector Thomas Mansel Talbot (1747-1813) for £140. At the same time he commissioned a bust of himself. Pope Clement XIV (Lorenzo Ganganelli; 1705-1774) had a particularly friendly relationship with the British in Rome. #PopeClementXIV #Eighteenth Century  

Girl Putting on Sandals at Bode Museum, Berlin

Complexity:2
by coskucan

Produced by French scultptor Lambert Sigisbert Adam, this piece portrays a girl putting on sandals whilst looking over her right shoulder. No date is given for this sculpture but it is on display at the Bode Museum in Berlin. #LambertSigisbertAdam  

Broken Bells - Intergalatic Girl

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

'The innovative indie rock band Broken Bells has joined the 3D printing bandwagon and in support of the launch of their new album ‘After the Disco’ they are releasing album-themed models free to print. Could this be a (fingers-crossed) growing trend in underground marketing for bands?' - Solidsmack Other in the series - Orb printable model Video for Broken Bells single 'Holding on For Life' (feat the intergalactic girl!) 'Marketing and 3D printing have been going hand-in-hand quite nicely in recent memory (and why not?). Whether using additive manufacturing as a self-promotional tool or as a way to make custom Oreo cookies, it serves as a good reminder just how custom we can get with manufacturing these days.' - Solidsmack

My Mini Factory Robot Child

Complexity:1
by soulorigin89

To celebrate the 2014 Robo world cup in Brasil I designed a collection of 3D printable robots.You can use this item for a Keyring as it comes with as loop on the robots head.http://www.robocup2014.org/

Orc Bust and Stand

Complexity:3
by fynngro

A highly detailed bust designed to be a collectible. It shows an experienced orc warrior which has survived many battles but is now on the edge of leaving his urge to fight behind. Make sure to print it in the highest resolution to get all the details. The Orcs are humanoid creatures, generally brutish, aggressive and repulsive. They are a race similar to the goblins. Tolkien developed his idea of the orc from the Old English term orcneas.

Thuner, Saxon god of thunder, V&A sculpture gallery, London

Complexity:2
by coskucan

The frontally-seated crowned figure, dressed in a shoulder-cape and long robes, sits enthroned, his left foot on the lower step of the base, and his head turned to his left, a pose echoing Michelangelo's Moses. Base inscribed with a thunderbolt and the god's name, Thuner, in runic characters.  Thuner, the god of thunder, was one of the seven Saxon Deities executed by Rysbrack for Lord Cobham’s garden at Stowe, in Buckinghamshire. Each Saxon god was associated with a day of the week, and Thuner, the most powerful of the gods, was linked to Thursday. Originally placed in an open grove around an altar, by 1744 the statues were repositioned around the Gothic Temple of Liberty, designed by William Kent, and formed an integral part of the underlying political theme of the garden. The Saxon deities were separated after the Stowe sale of 1921, and the figure of Thuner reappeared in 1984 after having been in a Hampshire garden for over 60 years. The Saxon gods are tied in with the political iconography of Stowe, and symbolise Lord Cobham’s allegiance to the ideals of those Whigs who had broken away from Sir Robert Walpole. As such they symbolise an ancient British identity.  #SeventeenthCentury  

Gopro hand Grip

Complexity:3
by mieszkolacinski

Easy to bring in your pocket or in your bag, print this hand grip to stabilize you GoPro camera in all shooting situations !

Bust of Philipe Dormer Stanhope at V&A, London

Complexity:2
by coskucan

Sculpted by Louis-Francois Roubiliac in 1745, this bronze bust depicts Earl Philip Dormer Stanhope. It is on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.  #EighteenthCentury

Dota 2 Queen of Pain

Complexity:4
by Daniel Schunemann

The Ecclesiast-King of Elze nursed a desire for pain--forbidden pain. In a less prominent political figure, such desires might be considered unwise, but in a monarch of his stature, to satisfy such thirsts would have threatened the virtue of the Divine Throne itself. Therefore he turned to his dungeon full of demonologists, promising freedom to whoever could summon a personal succubus of torment and bind it entirely to his service. The creature who arrived, Akasha by name, visited upon him such exquisite torments that he named her his Secret Queen, and he began to spend all his spare moments submitting to her clever torments--eventually abdicating all his responsibilities in his pursuit of the painful pleasures that only she could bring. Queen of Pain could bring him to the brink of death, but she was rune-bound to keep him alive. At last the King's neglect of state brought on an uprising. He was dragged from his chamber and hurled from the Tower of Invocations, and at the moment of death, Queen of Pain was let loose into the world, freed from servitude--freed to visit her sufferings on anyone she deigned to notice.

Sting Sword - The Hobbit

Complexity:3
by ricardoalves

This is a beautiful prop for all Hobbit and Lord of The Rings fans. It would make a great addition to a costume or used as as a static prop decoration.   The weapon is featured in all three Lord of The Rings films as well as the new trilogy, The Hobbit.  Sting was an ancient blade made by Elvish weapon-smiths in Gondolin. When orcs or goblins were within an undetermined radius of it, the blade glowed blue, alerting the wielder and others who could see it to their presence. It is the only sword in Middle Earth that posesses this special power.  The engraved lettering on the blade are Sindarin letters that read phonetically, "Maegnas aen estar nin dagnir in yngyl im". Which translated means"Sting is my name; I am the spider's bane". First appearing in The Hobbit, the blade was found by Bilbo Baggins in a Troll-hoard.  It was then passed to Frodo before his quest into Mordor, and later to his best friend Sam Gamgee. Though just a dagger by the standard of elves, it made a perfect short sword for a Hobbit, although it was still rather small, as Bilbo initially chose to wear it "inside his breeches" and was still able to travel and even run without any apparent inconvenience.

Desktop Lamppost

Complexity:2
by andrewforster

A lamppost for your desk. Or use it a model in a small diorama. Anything really. This design is made up of separate components that slot together and depending on how it's printed could benefit from a bit of glue. Designer : "The lamp glass component is intended to be printed in a different material from the rest of the body. I used some of the glow-in-the-dark PLA filament in my test prints. I was able to successfully print all the components at 0.3mm layer thickness. Apart from one component, the Lamppost Upper STL, there should be no support structure required."

Ruler K'inich Chapat, Museum of Tonina, Mexico

Complexity:2
by coskucan

A sculpture of a ruler in the Toniná site museum

Bath Plug Pig

Complexity:2
by michaelaregan

Liven up your bath time with this colourful floating pig campaign!   This 3D Printed floating aminal toy attaches to your plug and happily bobs around in the water until you are ready to pull to plug!   Hit the download button to get yours now!

Ipod watch Strap

Complexity:1
by Stewart Davies

This watch strap is for Apples 6th generation of the ipod nano and is made from a flexable filiment called Ninjaflex.The ipod fits snugly inside with easy access to the buttons and audio port and has a double lock system so you can be sure it isnt going to fall out.

Alexander the Great Sculpture Statue

Complexity:2
by coskucan

An amazing recreation of the ancient Greek Alexander the Great. Alexander the Great was the Greek king of Macedon (336-323 BC) and was one of the most successful military commanders in history. #AlexanderTheGreat

Vertumnus Fruit Bust - Grotesque Collection

Complexity:1
by ricardoalves

Inspired by the surrealist Italian painter Giuseppe Arcimboldo,  I bring you my addaptation of his work "Vertumnus". First time ever 3D Printed, and the first of my Grotesque Collection. Considered a rather obscure artist before the MOMA’s 1936 exhibition, “Fantastic Art, Dada and Surrealism,” Arcimboldo was rediscovered for the international acclaim that he received as the Italian court painter for Ferdinand I at the Habsburg court in Vienna, and later, to Maximilian II and his son Rudolf II at the court in Prague.   He has become most famous for his grotesque composite portrait heads of flora and fauna that are depicted in his renowned series: The Seasons and the Elements. His bizarre compositions create an uncanny union between the scientific observation of nature and its fantastical application to the portrait bust, imbued with metaphor and fanciful metamorphosis!

Low-Poly Chikorita

Complexity:
by FileNimbus

Designing a low-poly Pokemon is the best way I found to represent the poor graphic quality the first Pokemon games had. So, here I present you the low-poly Chikorita. 

gargoyle key holder

Complexity:2
by Jim McLernon

A key holder for your wall or fridge. It has a hole in the back for a magnet or nail.

Re Horakhty at The Chicago Art Institute

Complexity:2
by coskucan

This bronze figure of a man with a hawk head represents Re-Horakhty (or Ra), the Egyptian god of the sun. This majestic statuette is typical of objects that a Greek trader or traveler might have seen and marveled over when Egypt was a world power. Egyptian gods were commonly depicted with human bodies and animal heads. Here the god Re-Horakhty, a combination of the solar gods Ra and Horus, is identified by the hawk’s head. The statuette’s strong body and dynamic stance exemplifies the Egyptian artist’s notion of the ideal male figure and expresses the vigor and power of Re-Horakhty, to whom the statuette would have been given as an offering. Circa 1070-656 B.C.  

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