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Barbarian King Clash Of Clans

Complexity:3
by ricardoalves

"The Barbarian King is the toughest and the meanest barbarian in all the realm, whose appetite for Dark Elixir has caused him to grow to a giant size. He can attack enemy villages or guard your village." Continuing my series of models this is my take on the Barbarian king from Clash of Clans. Download yours now for free! You can find the rest of the Clash Of Clan miniature collection by clicking the link! If you don't have a 3D printer you can buy the 3D Printed objects for only 9GBP ! Have fun!  

Guardians of the galaxy: Star lord's Mask

Complexity:1
by soulorigin89

Star-Lord is a master strategist and problem solver who is an expert in close quarter combat, various human and alien firearms, battle techniques and has extensive knowledge of various alien customs, societies and cultures, and considerable knowledge about cosmic abstracts, such as Oblivion. As Star-Lord, Peter Quill wears a suit that grants augmented strength and durability and the ability to travel through space. The character also uses an "Element Gun," a special meta-pistol capable of projecting one of thefour elements (air, earth, fire and water). Star-Lord also shares a psychic link with his sentient space vessel, "Ship".

Siegfried Marcus Statue in Vienna's Resselpark

Complexity:2
by coskucan

Located in Vienna's Resselpark, this bust of Siegfried Marcus is set atop a marble pedestal about 6 feet high. The slightly larger than life-sized piece depicts Marcus as a middle-aged man wearing a suit and tie. He looks to the distant right. Siegfried Samuel Marcus (18 September 1831 – 1 July 1898) was a German-Austrian inventor and automobile pioneer. #Nineteenth Century 

Obelisk at Slottsmollan, Sweden

Complexity:1
by coskucan

An Obelisk at Slottsmollan, 

Comfortable Sound!

Complexity:2
by Michele Badia

Cool Iphone Hoder/Amp, design chaire inspired shape. Very useful so your iphone doesnt fall or crack, also helps to keep it from being lost around the house.  (Suitable for I Phone 4/ 5 / 5S.) Enjoy! 

Ultimate Stationary Holder 2

Complexity:2
by sanaullah

As the last time this Stationary holder is more unique in the design. Whereas the last one was simple, this one is more complex and eyecatching. I would recommend you print it in red as that is the colour which will boost the way it looks and the impression it brings on others' faces when they see it.

Finger counting wall clock

Complexity:2
by Michele Badia

Finger counting stile wall clock, very clean urban style design, and funny fingers couting numeration.

Bones Scorpion Bite

Complexity:3
by Michele Badia

Futuristic body adornment inspired by a spines and scorpions. This stunning show piece comes in multiple parts which interlock to create movement and follow the arms contours, 100% 3D printable.

Ball

Complexity:4
by sajiddiaz

Here is a simple Ball Toy with a nice design.

Biological Extra-Terrestre iPhone Cover

Complexity:1
by BenDov3r

Biological extra-terrestre.

Flower pot organic

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

A great design to place your plants in, its cool design on the outside brings a really good look to the pot. Make any flower stand out with this plant pot.

Speede Car

Complexity:2
by alexandergrib

Speede Racing Car ! A cool little model of a speede car, perfect for car fanatics. Be sure to show of you car model to our friends.

Twin Turbo Speedster

Complexity:3
by kevinmeric

This toy car is made of seperate parts which allow the wheels to spin. It is a convertible, so is ideally suited for hot countries. The wheels, body, fabric roof and wheel rims can all be printed different colours.

Faceted vase small type 3

Complexity:1
by MyMiniFactory

A collection of geometric faceted vases to brighten up any space in your home.

Turner's Cube

Complexity:2
by sourbhkumar

Prints as single piece, clip off the support material to allow the central cube to move freely.

Simple Cat Extruded Figure

Complexity:1
by MyMiniFactory

A simple cat toy for your toddler to start recognizing animal forms or perhaps something for your windowsill. There is a small hole to the back side and this model can be converted into a fridge magnet.

Skeletal Foot

Complexity:2
by annalizebutler

This podiatric model can be used to study the skeletal compostion of the anatomy. The model is made in two parts, the left foot can be removed from the base and inspected seperately, while the base can be used as a mould to cast the impression of the foot. 

Tuna Soap Dish

Complexity:2
by saschabose

An entry for the christmas design contest. A soapdish in a shape of a tuna.

Spiral Heart Pendant

Complexity:2
by josenarvaez

A perfect gift for that loved one. remember forever your love with this unique design. It is very romantic so make sure whoever you give it to is the right one.

Stag Do Specs

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

Cool idea about a Stag do party. Print a pair for all the guys and let the Hangover 4 happen. A great idea to have at a stag or just to wear if you want to be really unique.

Boom Beach Heavy Lv.1

Complexity:5
by soulorigin89

"The Heavy can absorb a lot of damage and still keep on moving forward. He's happy to draw all the attention, and will take a punch to give a punch!"The Heavy is a great troop to deploy in front of other troops. Although he has low DPS, he is capable of taking hits from Flamethrowers,Mortars, and other defenses. Mines do not do much damage against Heavies, but they can be heavily damaged by Cannons. A great attack strategy is to have Heavies up front and Zookas behind them.

Nested Birdhouse

Complexity:1
by stevegyrobot

Prints fully assembled in "flat packed" mode. Contains a perch, rain roof, ventilation, drainage, integrated hinges and is cleanable. The hole is high enough so the chicks cannot fall out, yet they can climb up the sloped walls when ready to fly the nest. Why not print two and attached them back-to-back to create a birdhouse condo as seen in the last photo.

Hitite Coaster

Complexity:2
by mugegoken

A scale able coaster design with a Hitite inspired motif. Cool coaster that can support any drink container whether its a cup, mug, jug etc.

GMC

Complexity:5
by MyMiniFactory

This Mech warrior model is designed to be fully assembled and to feature fully articulating joints. The image to the left demonstrates what can be achieved with a bit of post production.

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Detailed Sectioned Lightsaber

Complexity:2
by Kirby Downey

Ever wanted to know how a Lght Saber works?? Well now you can show all your friends with this is a detailed cut away sectioned light saber from the hit movie series created by Goerge Lucas.The Star Wars hero, Luke Skywalker, uses this Light Saber in Episode VI, Return of the Jedi. The Light Saber is a type of sword which is created by a laser passed through crystals and is the prefered weapon of the Jedi. This model is a great addition to any fans collection and is perfect for your cosplay outfits!

Spinning Cube

Complexity:1
by Kirby Downey

This Cube with in a circle is a great mechanical desk top object to play with and a great item to show off what your 3D printer can do! The object is printed as one and spins freely once the four support pins are cut off. 

Blast Craters

Complexity:3
by richard

This is part of my moduler Wargames Battlefield. Each tile comes in three parts, the 'Terrain Support' is common to all the tiles. Each Terrain support connects to another with the 'Terrain Link'. You glue a 'Surface' on top of the support, these surfaces come in lots of designs, I'm working on Fantasy as well as Sci-Fi, dungeons, space ship corridors and lots more. This tile has several blast craters, would be great for WWI, WWII, Sci-Fi wargames and everything inbetween.

Dunamis on Park Lane, London

Complexity:2
by coskucan

The bronze sculpture was made in Liverpool by Bushra Fakhoury and symbolizesthe human struggle to achieve excellence, pushing boundaries to make the impossible possible. It is now on display on Park Lane in London after being unveiled in 2013. #TwentyFirstCentury

Support free strong Bolt

Complexity:1
by jackimakr

Functional screw and nut, they are printable without support material because of a specific trapezoidal big thread and  they are ready to use.  You can scale it on your printer software, so you can get different sizes of bolts, like M3, M4, M5, M6, M8, M10, M12 and so on.

On the Tiles

Complexity:3
by richard

This is part of the moduler Wargames Battlefield. Each tile comes in three parts, the 'Terrain Support' is common to all the tiles. Each Terrain support connects to another with the 'Terrain Link'. You glue a 'Surface' on top of the support, these surfaces come in lots of designs, I'm working on Fantasy as well as Sci-Fi, dungeons, space ship corridors and lots more. This tile is a five by five area of Stone Tiles, great for a market place, inside buildings, a dungeon room, I'm sure you will come up with loads of ideas. The model is shown for size reference only.

My Mini Factory Dial for Makerbot 5th generation

Complexity:1
by jackimakr

Dial for Makerbot 5th generation, just print and slide it onto the pin.

2014 World Cup Mascot Fuleco

Complexity:2
by ricardoalves

2014 World Cup Mascot !!   Each FIFA World Cup since 1966 has its own mascot. World Cup Willie, the mascot for the 1966 competition, was the first World Cup mascot, and one of the first mascots to be associated with a major sporting competition. The mascot designs show some representing a characteristic feature (costume, flora, fauna, etc.) of the host country. The World Cup mascot is frequently one or more anthropomorphic characters targeted at children with cartoon shows and other merchandise released to coincide with the competition.   This year we've got Fuleco !! The very first Brazilian Three-banded armadillo to be born in the new millennium !   Happy Printing guys, if you got any doubts just send me a message.

Atalante in Louvre, Paris

Complexity:2
by coskucan

 Atalante, the female hero and companion of the famous hunter Meleager. Sculpture was in the collections of Mazarin. Commissioned for the decoration of the park of Marly, transferred in 1798 to the Tuileries Gardens. #Atalante

Bike Flash Light

Complexity:2
by Michele Badia

Stunning Handlebar Light holder. You will need this light: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/9-ULTRA-BRIGHT-LED-POWERFUL-MILITARY-CAMPING-TORCH-FLASHLIGHT-LAMP-LIGHTS-MINI-/310809879478?pt=UK_SportsLeisure_Camping_LightsLanternsTorches&var=&hash=item485db663b6 ENJOY!

Apple Picking Race

Complexity:2
by ivan_s_91@hotmail.com

Apple Picking Race design. Two people trying to reach the apple (Apple logo).

Android Envy

Complexity:1
by glennreimche

An iPhone-centric contest in a world where the Android operating system far outstrips IOS usage, well, that just won't do.  Here's an iPhone backplate for those people who wish they had Android, are forced to use an iPhone for work, or just have a sense of humor.

Coffee Shot

Complexity:2
by Michele Badia

Cool pistol mug   (images with coffee are just representative, depending on the filament you use, this might not be food safe or water tight) Imakr sell T-Glass which is a food safe material Enjoy!

Dragon Lv.1 Clash of Clans

Complexity:4
by Daniel Schunemann

"The might of the dragons are known throughout the land. This scaly terror of the skies feels no mercy and nothing will escape the fiery splashes of his breath." Check out the other models !

Wine Bottle 2 Glass Holder

Complexity:1
by sandinotorres

Wine glass holder, perfect accompaniment for picnics, meals in the garden and festivals! Need a wine bottle holder?

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.

Wolverine Wearable Claws

Complexity:2
by Kirby Downey

These X-Men Woverine claws are easy to print and easy to assemble. Placing them in between your fingers and holding the handle will give the illusion that the claws are protruding out of your hands!

Customisable bike handgrip

Complexity:1
by MyMiniFactory

Customisable bike handgrip, just personalise the item and print it, then you can glue the part to your bike simply sliding it onto the handle-bar. You will have to print the object with flexible/elastic filament .

Canon EF eyecup

Complexity:2
by draganbeljan

An eyecup for Canon EOS cameras. Printed in flexible filament for a perfect fit and comfort in use. Compatible with Canon EOS Rebel cameras.

Viscount Palmerston Statue at Parliament Square, London

Complexity:2
by coskucan

This bronze statue depicting Henry John Temple (Viscount Palmerston) stands on a granite pedestal in the north-west of the square. Palmerston served twice as prime minister throughout his life in the mid-19th Century. It was sculpted in 1859 by H. Young and stands on Parliament Square in London. #HenryJohnTemple

Crowbar

Complexity:1
by Palmroos

Small crowbar for small emergencies.

Love ring

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

A small stylish love ring that can be printed for your beloved other half.The Inner diameter of this ring is 16mm but you can always scale it up.

Customizable 3D Objects

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.

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.

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...

New 3D Objects

Bust of John Donne by Nigel Boonham at St Paul's Cathedral

Complexity:2
by coskucan

The bust depicts John Donne, one of England's foremost poets and priests, turning east to face his birthplace on Bread Street just yards from St Paul's Cathedral. Erected 2012, St Paul's Cathedral. #SixteenthCentury 

Chinese Guardian Lion in the Forbidden City, China

Complexity:2
by coskucan

Statues of guardian lions have traditionally stood in front of Chinese Imperial palaces, Imperial tombs, government offices, temples, and the homes of government officials and the wealthy, from the Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 220), and were believed to have powerful mythic protective benefits. Between #SecondCenturyBC and #SecondCenturyAD

Statue of Charles Darwin by Sir Joseph Boehm at Natural History Museum, London

Complexity:2
by coskucan

Charles Darwin is renowned for his theory of evolution by means of natural selection, an idea he presented along with Alfred Russell Wallace, to the Linnaean Society in 1858. This theory, along with Darwin's The Origin of Species publication a year later, transformed how we understand the natural world. Charles Darwin and Thomas Henry Huxley were well-known scientists of the time, and their statues have both stood in the North Hall of the Museum. In 1885 the statue of Darwin took pride of place in the Central Hall, which may not have pleased Richard Owen, who had never fully embraced Darwin’s ideas. In 1927 Darwin’s statue was moved to the North Hall, to be replaced by a statue of Richard Owen in the prominent position on the Central Hall staircase. The Darwin statue was moved back to the Central Hall  to celebrate Darwin200.

The Young Lovers by Georg Ehrlich at Festival Gardens in London

Complexity:2
by coskucan

This life-size bronze sculpture shows a young couple, both naked, seated side-by-side. The girl has both her arms wrapped around the man's waist and he has his left arm across the girl's stomach with his hand under her left arm pit. His right hand is at the girl's back with his hand caressing the girl's neck. Their cheeks are resting against each other in a gesture of love that is seen on a daily basis. This fine sculpture is located at the centre of Festival Gardens in the shadow of St. Paul's Cathedral in the centre of London's financial district. Designed by the great sculptor George Ehrlich, the piece is one of his more well known works and represents peace and love amongst the madness of the city life that surrounds them. Ehrlich is well known for his sculptures, many of which can be found in some of the best galleries around the world. #TwentiethCentury 

Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

Complexity:2
by coskucan

Christ the Redeemer is an Art Deco statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It was considered the largest Christ statue in the world from 1931 until 2010 when it was topped by the Christ the King statue in Poland. It is 30 metres (98 ft) tall, not including its 8 metres (26 ft) pedestal, and its arms stretch 28 metres (92 ft) wide The statue weighs 635 tonnes (625 long, 700 short tons), and is located at the peak of the 700-metre (2,300 ft) Corcovado mountain in the Tijuca Forest National Park overlooking the city. A symbol of Brazilian Christianity, the statue has become an icon for Rio de Janeiro and Brazil. It is made of reinforced concrete and soapstone, and was constructed between 1922 and 1931. #TwentiethCentury 

Neptune and Triton by Gianlorenzo Bernini at V&A

Complexity:2
by coskucan

Created by Gianlorenzo (or Giovanni Lorenzo) Bernini in 1622–3, this marble sculpture depicts the life-size figure of Neptune, who wields his trident in a firm gesture of command, astride the sea-god Triton, who blows on his conch shell to the four corners of the world. The interlocking curves of the two figures, and their aggressive vitality, generate an excitement which also charges details like Neptune's hands gripping the trident and his grimly determined face. Neptune and Triton are commanding the seas, and indeed our first impression of the two figures is that they magnificently dominate the space that surrounds them, the space in which we now have to imagine the waters. #SeventeenthCentury 

Wall Street Bull - New York City

Complexity:2
by coskucan

Scanned by Colette Cunningham. Charging Bull, which is sometimes referred to as the Wall Street Bull or the Bowling Green Bull, is a 3,200-kilogram (7,100 lb) bronze sculpture by Arturo Di Modica that stands in Bowling Green Park near Wall Street in Manhattan, New York City. Standing 11 feet (3.4 m) tall[1] and measuring 16 feet (4.9 m) long,[2] the oversize sculpture depicts abull, the symbol of aggressive financial optimism and prosperity, leaning back on its haunches and with its head lowered as if ready to charge. #TwentiethCentury

Statue of Gudea at MET, NY

Complexity:2
by coskucan

#TwentySecondCenturyB.C. Neo–Sumerian period, southern Mesopotamia. Diorite; H. 17 3/8 in. (44 cm). This sculpture belongs to a series of diorite statues commissioned by Gudea, who devoted his energies to rebuilding the great temples of Lagash and installing statues of himself in them. Many inscribed with his name and divine dedications survive. Here, Gudea is depicted in the seated pose of a ruler before his subjects, his hands folded in a traditional gesture of greeting and prayer. The Sumerian inscription on his robe lists the various temples that he built or renovated in Lagash and names the statue itself, "Gudea, the man who built the temple; may his life be long."   

The Lost Pleiad by Randolph Rogers at the Berkshire Museum, Massachusetts

Complexity:2
by coskucan

The "Lost Pleiad" stands guard in front of the Crane Room, a sculpture gallery, at the Berkshire Museum.#NineteenthCentury 

Häfele furniture foot spare part

Complexity:2
by mugegoken

A 3D printable version of this spare part for Häfele furniture, a replacement furniture foot with screw fitting. Häfele is one of the leading international companies for furniture fittings, architectural hardware, electronic locking systems and technical hardware advice. Its customers include the furniture industry, the furniture trade, interior fitters, hardware dealers, building investors, architects, planners and authorities in more than 150 countries.

Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota, USA

Complexity:2
by coskucan

The Mount Rushmore National Memorial is a sculpture carved into the granite face of Mount Rushmore (Lakota Sioux name: Six Grandfathers) near Keystone, South Dakota, in the United States. Sculpted by Danish-American Gutzon Borglum and his son, Lincoln Borglum, Mount Rushmore features 60-foot (18 m) sculptures of the heads of four United States presidents: George Washington (1732–1799), Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826), Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919), and Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865). The entire memorial covers 1,278.45 acres (5.17 km2)[3] and is 5,725 feet (1,745 m) above sea level. #TwentiethCentury.

Guardians of the galaxy: Star lord's Mask

Complexity:1
by soulorigin89

Star-Lord is a master strategist and problem solver who is an expert in close quarter combat, various human and alien firearms, battle techniques and has extensive knowledge of various alien customs, societies and cultures, and considerable knowledge about cosmic abstracts, such as Oblivion. As Star-Lord, Peter Quill wears a suit that grants augmented strength and durability and the ability to travel through space. The character also uses an "Element Gun," a special meta-pistol capable of projecting one of thefour elements (air, earth, fire and water). Star-Lord also shares a psychic link with his sentient space vessel, "Ship".

GoPro handgrip stabilizer

Complexity:4
by sergiosoares ferreira

Print this handgrip stabilizer to offer stability and control to your GoPro camera during your shooting events ! Our model has been printed using 0.2mm resolution and 50% infill.

Spinning Cube

Complexity:1
by Kirby Downey

This Cube with in a circle is a great mechanical desk top object to play with and a great item to show off what your 3D printer can do! The object is printed as one and spins freely once the four support pins are cut off. 

Basic volume and tone knobs

Complexity:2
by andrewforster

Perfect for customising your bass / guitar, print them whichever colour you like to match the rest of your instruments set-up...rock on!

John Hanning Speke Monument at Kensington Gardens, London

Complexity:
by coskucan

John Hanning Speke (1827-1864) was the Victorian explorer who discovered the source of the Nile. However, his discovery was surrounded by contention. He died on the very eve of a crucial debate about it with Sir Richard Burton, when his own shotgun went off during a partridge shoot. #ThirteenthCentury 

Woman sitting on a rooster at Plaza vieja, Havana Cuba

Complexity:2
by coskucan

Old Havana has four main squares. Plaza Vieja (Old Square) is the most stunning, primarily for this statue of a naked woman riding a rooster with a giant fork in hand. Apparently, it’s a recent addition to the square, and I take comfort in the notion that nobody seems to know what it means. #TwentyfirstCentury 

Coin bottle opener

Complexity:1
by Kirby Downey

This bottle open uses any recycled coin which can fit into the slot as the strong point which opens the bottle. the shape makes it comfortable to hold and easy to use.  

Fernando VII Monument in Plaza de Armas, Cuba

Complexity:2
by coskucan

Dedicated to King Fernando VII who ruled Spain between 1814 and 1833. It was promoted by Claudio Martinez de Pinillos, Count of Villanueva, and erected in me middle of the plaza de Armas (Arms Square) in 1834. It is the work of Spanish sculptor Antonio Solá. In 1955 it was removed from its original place to make way for the statue of Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, me Founding Father. #NineteenthCentury 

Detailed Sectioned Lightsaber

Complexity:2
by Kirby Downey

Ever wanted to know how a Lght Saber works?? Well now you can show all your friends with this is a detailed cut away sectioned light saber from the hit movie series created by Goerge Lucas.The Star Wars hero, Luke Skywalker, uses this Light Saber in Episode VI, Return of the Jedi. The Light Saber is a type of sword which is created by a laser passed through crystals and is the prefered weapon of the Jedi. This model is a great addition to any fans collection and is perfect for your cosplay outfits!

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