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Frostmourne from Warcraft

Complexity:3
by Kirby Downey

The Challenge for this sword was to create a sword that is assembled glue free as well as mixing both solid body modeling from Solidworks and organic modeling in Zbrush. the joints are designed to slot in easily and hold the model together entirely glue free. After i modeled the blade and hilt joints Elliot Viles Modeled the skulls on Zbrush. once he complete i then took the files and used mesh mixer to put his organic parts and blend them with my engineered parts creating the perfect marriage of two disciplines. Once the model was printed and assemble it was finished beautifully by Catherine Wood, a member of MyMiniFactoy.com's talented post processing team. Frostmourne was the runeblade that Ner'zhul, the Lich King, thrust from the Frozen Throne, intending that Arthas Menethil — his unwitting potential host — would discover it on the continent of Northrend. It was wielded by Arthas, the new Lich King, until it was destroyed following his defeat in Icecrown Citadel.

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. 

QR X350 Leg Extension

Complexity:0
by Mihai

Some cameras mounted on the QR X350 hang lower than the normal legs of the drone, so they hit the ground when it lands. These little leg extensions fix that. They fit well with the silicone landing leg mounts of the model

Boy Playing the Bagpipes at The V&A, London

Complexity:3
by Scan The World

This is a fine example of late 17th-century garden sculpture; its weathered surface is evidence of its exposure to the elements. The subject may be related to genre works produced by the Netherlandish sculptor Pieter Xavery (active 1667-1674), and connections have also been suggested with the bronze statuettes by Giambologna (1529-1608). The sculptor Caius Gabriel Cibber (1630-1700) was a native of Denmark, and also studied in the Netherlands and Rome, before settling in England in the 1650s. He was appointed Sculptor in Ordinary to William III, in 1693. Cibber introduced a fluent style of sculpture, as well as new figurative subjects into Britain, thanks to his training in Europe. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Lion Gargoyle

Complexity:3
by sajiddiaz

Here is a highly detailed Lion Gargoyle. This is a very fine model, and even better painted like bronze or stone.   This lion was finished with a stone effect, to learn this technique see our blog!

Beastman Shaman

Complexity:3
by JiiJii

This piece has taken it's inspiration from a Beastman Shaman and is seen to be controlling the element of fire. The model is made of two parts with the left arm being seperated from the model with a joint so that it can move freely from the main body.

Alfred Tennyson Bust at The Collection, Lincoln, UK

Complexity:1
by Scan The World

This 19th Century bust by Thomas Woolner depicts Alfred Tennyson a Poet Laureate of Great Britain and Ireland during much of Queen Victoria's reign and remains one of the most popular British poets. Tennyson excelled in penning short lyrics, such as "Break, Break, Break", "The Charge of the Light Brigade" and "Crossing the Bar". Much of his verse was based on classical mythological themes, such as Ulysses. This lifesize bust depicts Tennyson, playing homage to his achievements. It was scanned at The Collection gallery in Lincoln. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Tubby Tiger

Complexity:2
by mikethorpe

Cute Tiger wants to give you a big hug. A nice, cool little model of a cute tiger ready to be played with or given as a present to show your love to them.

ZipSoundTastic!

Complexity:2
by Michele Badia

SoundZipTastic! It's a nice wearable 3d printed earphones accessorie from tecnologic accessories range. It incorporates the first ever 3D Printed Zip on a retail 3D Printer. Next level of FDM 3d printed objects! why? Because the material of the zip is flexible PLA! Enjoy!  

Heart Necklace Pendant

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

This beautiful intertwining heart shaped pendant is truly something to behold. This would make an ideal gift for your other half or girlfriend. Feel free to experiment with the filaments for varied finishes.

Pound Sign Fridge Magnet

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

Simple extruded shape of pound sign to use as a fridge magnet. You add a magnet in the hole on the back side and ready to go.

PRIVATE sign

Complexity:0
by Jim McLernon

For all those places not everyone is allowed.

Anatomical Heart

Complexity:1
by drewtm

This is an exterior-only model of a human heart, assembled with much difficulty from data in the BodyParts3D database.   They request that I include this licensing message: "BodyParts3D, © The Database Center for Life Science licensed under CC Attribution-Share Alike 2.1 Japan".

Pin Art Clock

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

This pin clock will always show the same time but it is the right time that everyone would love to finish work . So it will always reminds you about chilling and being positive enjoy !

Opel Manta With Extreme Body Kit

Complexity:2
by ccetinkaya

The awesome Opel Manta. A a design request from the owner who wanted to capture his prize vehicle complete with the extreme car body kit.  About the Opel / Vauxhall Manta - The Manta was released in September 1970. A competitor to the Ford Capri, it was a two-door "three-box" coupé, and featured distinctive round tail lights.

Question mark fridge Magnet

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

Simple extruded shape of question mark to use as a fridge magnet. You add a magnet in the hole on the back side and ready to go.

Desktop Honeycomb Style Pen Holder

Complexity:2
by izoony

Honeycomb style pen holder. For pens, pencils and AAA batteries. A honeycomb is a mass of hexagonal wax cells built by honey bees in their nests to contain their larvae and stores of honey and pollen.

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.

Scorpion Mask - Mortal Combat - Full Scale

Complexity:2
by 3DCLOUD

2014 Halloween Design Competition entry- Halloween Props   Scorpion is a playable character in the mortal combat franchise. He is a ressurected assassin, brought back from the dead with only revenge on his mind. He is one of the very few characters who are playable in every mortal combat game ever made, which makes him a popular choice on the battle field.   (Zip File Contains a file for the complete mask, and a mask split into several parts so you can print a full scale mask on smaller printers)  

Hanging Beer Bottle Holder

Complexity:1
by mledwold

Solve the problem of bottles crowding your fridge space and rolling around on the shelves with this new hanging bottle holder!   There's often extra room at the top of the fridge - Make use of that dead space by hanging your beer bottles from the top.   This easy to print little device stores your beers by suspending them from the cap using a simple slide in retainer. Making your bottles always easily accessable and organising them in a way that also looks great!    Included in the download are parts for storing one to four bottles so you can mix and match depending on the space that suits you.  

4Fangs Concept

Complexity:0
by 4theswarm

I'm not really good choosing names for my creations but here another creature bust design that I sculpted in Zbrush. The main inspirations come from my passion for Blizzard games, in particular Starcraft and Diablo design.   Zbrush process   I like to use Zbrush as a tool to do concept and sketches because it gives me the freedom that I want to explore different shapes and ideas. During this sculpt I basically started from a Dynamesh sphere, added couple of subdivision levels in order to work better on the head and the brain lines. I would like to notice how helpful Zremesh was to have a nice topology for the head. This allowed me to sculpt in a much more organic way, without scratches or polygons drawbacks.   Optimisation for printing time and material    When the model was detailed enough and I was happy with my idea I decided to optimize a little bit few shapes and lines to reduce a bit more the supports.  I also did five subtract operations on the internal part of the model to reduce a lot the printing time and the material inside the mesh. To do this I chose to append a cylinder, transform that in a cone, duplicate 4 times the subtool and scale the primitives being careful to position all the cones in the right places. This technique worked pretty well in my opinion, infact I saved couple of hours of printing even if the model had a relatively small scale (there is a picture showing the bottom of the model too to explain the result of the boolean operation). The result is that couple of supports were generated only on the neck part.

Nirumbee wand stand (or wacom pen stand)

Complexity:2
by Eder

2014 Halloween Design Competition entry- Curiosity Cabinet   This magic wand stand comes from the Pryor mountains where the Little People of the Crow lived. A small human-like skull sits on the base while on top a crow’s claw firmly grasps to it. If you rest your magic wand inside the stand, black magic will transfer to it and increase your sorcerer's abilities. Don't have a magic wand yet? You may use it as a Wacom Pen Stand in the mean time.

Uncle Sam

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

A simple extruded shape of a dollar sign to be used as a fridge magnet.Insert a magnet into the hole on the back side of the model and your ready to go. 

The Monster Mash Coffin Iphone Speaker

Complexity:2
by rachel lawson

Iphone speaker booster for 4, 4s, 5, 5s, a very cool design to hold your iphone upright, it makes your phone stand out from the rest and look 10 times better. 

M1 baroque decoration

Complexity:1
by humanti

Here a detailed scan of a baroque decoration. To print in different colours and decorate a frame

Rattle

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

This musical instrument is not one of the most sophisticated but you can make allot of noise.   Fill this shaker with anything you have like beans, lentils or some beads and get shaking.  

Peace and Freedom Hands Sculpture

Complexity:2
by Nati Puebla

Hands sculpture from 3D scan. Use with or without base.

snec

Complexity:1
by 3D-RO

Here a 3D printable SNEC spiral to print in any coulour and possibly use in your kitchen!

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.

I-Phone 6 fancy frame

Complexity:1
by Michele Badia

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are iOS smartphones designed and manufactured by Apple Inc. Unveiled on September 9, 2014, the devices jointly serve as a successor to the iPhone 5S. The iPhone 6 series includes a number of major changes over its predecessor, including a streamlined design, models with larger 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch displays, a faster processor, upgraded cameras, improved LTE and Wi-Fi connectivity, and support for a near-field communications-based mobile payments offering .  https://www.apple.com/uk/iphone-6/   I-Phone 6  fancy cover.

Crouching Woman at La Musée Rodin, France

Complexity:3
by Scan The World

The original figure, conceived for the tympanum of The Gates of Hell , looks like a compact block with limbs gathered together and pressed tightly against the torso. This block-like sculpture reflects Rodin’s aesthetic analysis of Michelangelo’s sculpture: it is a work that, to quote the great Italian artist, could roll down a hill without breaking. One of the earliest figures modelled for The Gates of Hell , it was enlarged and slightly modified several years after its conception.   In its simultaneously open and closed posture, the figure is representative of the raw eroticism expressed in some of Rodin’s works during this period. Not the eroticism found in his figures of naiads or The Kiss , but a dark, disturbing sexuality, often regarded as obscene because of the muffled violence that seems to emanate from the sculpture. The quasi-animal sensuality of this figure, nicknamed the “frog”, or a “batrachian” by some of Rodin’s contemporaries, is what made it so successful. Rodin reworked it in different materials and sizes, for example in I Am Beautiful and The Fallen Caryatid carrying her Stone or The Fallen Caryatid with Urn.   Sculpted in 1882 by Rodin.   This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Horror Zombie - Halloween Costume - Full Scale

Complexity:3
by 3DCLOUD

2014 Halloween Design Competition entry- Halloween Prop   Classic, gorey zombie mask is the staple for every halloween. The undead rising from their graves and walking the earth is a common horror film setting, perfected through the years especially for halloween.    (Zip File Contains a file for the complete mask, and a mask split into several parts so you can print a full scale mask on smaller printers)

Insomnia

Complexity:4
by Michele Badia

This 3D printed wrist watch is a real chef-d'oeuvre. We bought the watch from the market for a fiver and then designed the rest - central piece to accommodate the mechanism and the strap, printed in one go and with an original clip so you can take on and off your wrist. Diameter of the watch you need to buy is 33mm.

Frustum

Complexity:4
by Manuel Piñeiro

Small ,intricate, mathematical decoration perfect for any home, office or shelf. Works great for 3D printing as it is such a unique shape!

Bust of a Woman

Complexity:1
by snow13710

A bust is a sculpted or cast representation of the upper part of the human figure, depicting a person's head and neck, as well as a variable portion of the chest and shoulders. The piece is normally supported by a plinth. These forms recreate the likeness of an individual. This is my first attemept at a bust and I chose to depict a woman.

Wild Textured Vase

Complexity:1
by ImmersedN3d

Support free design competition   Product design This textured vase is a little more wild than the first. I used the same method as my original textured vase to create the unique design on the outside. I've printed a few myself and the results were amazing! This vase requires no supports!!

Candle holder - Christmas tree

Complexity:1
by rcmakers

Place 6 candles inside this tree and you'll have a centrepiece which can also be divided in 6 pieces and given each to one of your relatives as a placeholder. Glue it or keep it divided, as you prefer. Dimensions (both left and right have same dimensions): Top: 6,5 x 10,2 x 1 cm Middle: 8 x 4,9 x 1 cm Bottom: 8,4 x 7,4 x 1 cm.

CAN COVER

Complexity:1
by andr

Keep your canned drinks fizzy with this can cover engraved with a pepsi logo. The cover places over the top ot the can to hold in all of that fizzy CO2 goodness.

EGG cup

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

EGG cup ! A egg cup that can hold maximum of one egg and has a very cool and unique design on the base. The botom is a X shaped and this keeps it standing.

Perfumed Sponge Bracelet

Complexity:1
by designerfredthibaud

Designed by Cillian Lynch & DesignerFred, medium sized perfumed bracelet to add to your jewellery collection to be scaled up or down. Insert a sponge and drop or spray your favorite fragrance inside!! 3D Print with hearts upside down and minimal support.

Butterfly pendant

Complexity:3
by Manuel Piñeiro

This is a medium sized pendant than can be used for many types of jewelerry. It has two holes to thread a chain or elasitc through to create beautiful jewellery. 

Vampiric Candle Holder

Complexity:1
by Fawbish

This vampiric skull has been reworked to make it into a spooky candle stick holder.  The top allows for a 12mm diameter candle to be put into the model.

Star puzzle

Complexity:1
by designerfredthibaud

Great 6 piece puzzle sent to us by Frederic Thibaud. It is easy to make it, just need to spend some time.

boomerang carlsberg

Complexity:2
by mugegoken

If Carlsberg did boomerangs...they would probably look like this! Hours of fun to be had with your friends.

Sharkbite coupling Tool

Complexity:1
by mohammad

This handy tool to Release SharkBite couplings will make plumbing a far less arduous task. To use simply press the removal tool against the desired key and use it to lever your SharkBite connector free.  

Darth Revan Mask

Complexity:2
by darthwilson

Here the mask of the infamous Star Wars Villian / Hero Darth Revan. He / She is by far my favourite Star Wars character. Currently this is just the visor but if you folks wish I will happily model the top cap of the helmet to fit with this. This was modelled to a head reference however the default size is quite small, feel free to scale up to your head size :) May the force be with you. Revan is the player's character in BioWare's Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic video game. The character may be either male or female, though Revan is canonically male and follows the game's light-side path.

Creature Parade

Complexity:1
by stephanebuisson

Here is a chess set for kids of all ages.  Sculptis, Blender and Sketchup were used to design these pieces.    To ease the slicing and printing, the teselation was reduced (hopefully not too much, if you want higher resolution just ask me)

Cube lamp shade

Complexity:2
by soulorigin89

This lamp shade is from the Cage collection which are inspired from three dimensional shapes.This lampshade has a industrial minimalist look and feel and will look great anywhere you fix it. Print in various colours and arrange in clusters for greater impact. This model comes in two parts, please use some supper glue to fix the base to the frame ! me supper glue to fix the base to the frame.

Terminator

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

This soldier is from the galaxy Andromeda and is ready to fight in whatever battles you have lined up for him.

Decoration

Complexity:5
by 3DKreashunz

2014 Halloween Design Competition-Curiosity Cabinet   An interesting addition to the curiosity cabinet. I was digging through my grandfather's attic and found a strange cube with numbers all over it. I decided to copy all the numbers and input them as G-code into my machine. This was the result. I am not sure what it is or where it comes from but sometimes late at night when everything is quiet I can hear it buzz.

Bee Bookmark

Complexity:1
by Sardi

A fun animal book mark that is designed to slip over the top of a page.  The fun little bee will poke out from your book to show you where you are.

Smile Dolce Gusto Drip Tray

Complexity:2
by andr

Replacement drip try for the Nescafe Dolce Gusto coffee machine. Check out out a variety of drip tray designs here.

Tibor Rak - Oxfam Tap

Complexity:
by tiborrak

Design by - Tibor Rak Fun design tap to encourage children to wash their hands. Compartment for water to ensure there is no waste. ADD YOUR COMMENTS BELOW!

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Frostmourne from Warcraft

Complexity:3
by Kirby Downey

The Challenge for this sword was to create a sword that is assembled glue free as well as mixing both solid body modeling from Solidworks and organic modeling in Zbrush. the joints are designed to slot in easily and hold the model together entirely glue free. After i modeled the blade and hilt joints Elliot Viles Modeled the skulls on Zbrush. once he complete i then took the files and used mesh mixer to put his organic parts and blend them with my engineered parts creating the perfect marriage of two disciplines. Once the model was printed and assemble it was finished beautifully by Catherine Wood, a member of MyMiniFactoy.com's talented post processing team. Frostmourne was the runeblade that Ner'zhul, the Lich King, thrust from the Frozen Throne, intending that Arthas Menethil — his unwitting potential host — would discover it on the continent of Northrend. It was wielded by Arthas, the new Lich King, until it was destroyed following his defeat in Icecrown Citadel.

Royal Mail Golden Postbox Container

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

A handy container created using a digital scan of the first Olympics gold postbox. To commemorate British gold medal winners at the 2012 Summer Olympics and 2012 Summer Paralympics, Royal Mail painted a number of post boxes gold. Each gold medallist had a post box painted in recognition of their achievement, usually in their home-town. It marked the first occasion in modern times that the colour of post boxes in the United Kingdom had been changed from their traditional red.The project was launched on 24 July by painting the pillar box at Westminster Abby, which is the pillar box which was scanned for this printable design. Check out the Gold Postbox Finder to see if there's a gold postbox near you. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Ground mount compatible with GoPro

Complexity:1
by MyMiniFactory

Go Pro camera is a great think and we make it even greater with this ground mount which you basicaly stick in the soft ground and here you have a different point of view to make your footages more original and exciting.

Planter Tile

Complexity:1
by ximena

Planter tiles can be used as normal tiles and create a vertical garden at the same time. They make unique patterns when arranged together with the chosen vegetation. They can also be used individually as planters. You can start creating your garden in any place you can place this tiles.

Micro Planter Chess Set

Complexity:2
by xyzworkshop

The Micro Planter Chess Set - Winner of the Chess-Pen Competition October 2013 The design is loosely based on a Bauhaus Style Chess set. We were interested in blending the simple strong geometric forms of the chess pieces with nature. The chess pieces allows nature lovers to integrate their favorite succulents or herbs into their game play. Each Chess piece can be planted with specific herbs or succulents to give them a level of individuality and personality. This also allows the player to assign unique textures, colors and smell to the pieces. Use some Corsican Mint to bring some minty freshness into you game, or perhaps a series of hard wearing cacti if you don't have a green thumb. We have also included a printable/portable chess board skin, measuring only 0.6mm thick. Printing four of these allows the player to turn any flat surface into their chessboard. Make this Green Chess set a feature in your garden, or bring the garden into your living room.

Girl with Doves in Cadogan Place at Sloane Street, London

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

A life-size nude depicting a female figure on a 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 her hands and head. David Wynne is the sculptor of this piece and was created in the 1970s when his studio was based in Wimbledon. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Tangle Toy

Complexity:3
by kreasi3d

The Tangle Toy is fun for adults and children alike. 18 semi-circular segments join together to create a twisting and turning 3D form with unlimited possibilities. Perfect in times of stress to unwind.

Drum of Minions

Complexity:2
by alanstanford

This Drum of Minions is a rebrand of the classic Barrel of Monkeys game that has been a childhood classic for decades. 

Winston Churchill Statue at Parliament Square, London

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

The statue of Winston Churchill in Parliament Square, London, is a bronze sculpture of the former British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill, created by Ivor Roberts-Jones in 1973.  This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Grenade Themed Pot

Complexity:2
by michaelaregan

Add a bit of ‘Boom’ to your table decorations at dinner parties using this Grenade themed flower pot and ensure your guest have a blast! This fun little product prints support free and makes a memorable decoration, or it can be used to store small items.     Hit the download button now to get yours! File contails STL's for single extrusion. 

Anglepoise GoPro stand

Complexity:3
by Stewart Davies

The Anglepoise mount for the Go pro is a diverse multi-angle mount ensuring that you get the perfect shot. It uses elastic bands to move the camera into a stable position that can be changed again when needed.

Phone and Tablet stand

Complexity:1
by Kirby Downey

This Simple Phone / Tablet Stand is easy to print, easy to assemble and fits in your pocket! You can take it any where and use it anywhere! This Phone / Tablet stand will fit all Iphone 4S, iPhone 5C iPhone 5S, iPads, Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5, Galaxy Tablets, Nokia Lumina, Sony Xperia and most other Smart phones and tablets.

Atalante in Louvre, Paris

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

 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. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Hinge top/bottom washing machine MERC00118

Complexity:3
by jackimakr

Hinges for washing machine .

Statue of Trajan at Tower Hill, London

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

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'. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Batmobile

Complexity:1
by alanstanford

This iconic Batmobile is Batmans car featured in the 1992 Batman Returns film directed by Tim Burton, starring George Clooney, Michelle Pfeiffer, Danny DeVito and Christopher Walken.    The design draws on influences from American Muscle cars, jet planes and of course, bats - all built on top of an awesome V12 styled chasis for the ultimate crime fighting vehicle.

George iphone case

Complexity:1
by tomkerpert

A custom name cover for my son George.

Viscount Palmerston Statue at Parliament Square, London

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

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. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

52mm front lens cap

Complexity:2
by jackimakr

Redesigned for 3D printing, this ingenius system guarantees a perfect fit ! Compatible with all 52mm lenses.

Sleeping Beauty

Complexity:1
by jackimakr

Nice glass for drinking shots or champagne depending on the size you print it. Whack this out in the bar and ask for a shot, great if you buy them as a set then you can all take shots together.

Brass Knuckle Duster

Complexity:2
by marco valenzuela

A 3D printable knuckle duster, watch out! The knuckle duster dates back to ancient times, and has been used all over the world as a weapon for many hundreds of years.  Cast iron, brass, lead, and wood knuckles were made in the 19th century in the United States during the American Civil War. During this time soldiers would buy cast iron/brass knuckles, carve their own from wood, or cast them at camp by melting lead bullets and using a mold in the dirt. Hardcore!   Made possible by the Designers Exchange.    

Arduino Breadboard Case

Complexity:1
by morganstrongbow

This clever Arduino Uno case has two configurations. One allows to conceal your microcontroller board in a case with the headers, usb and power connectors accessible. The second configuration has a base to attach a breadboard to as well. This makes it easy to build self contained projects that you can move around easily. The breadboard attaches with double sided mounting tape. The download includes the top section and two bottom versions to suit your needs.

Boy and Dolphin Fountain at Hyde Park, London

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

 The cherubic figure in marble trying to ride a grotesque fish. This is by the Pre-Raphaelite sculptor Alexander Munro, and is called Boy and Dolphin (1863). This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Parachute Paratrooper

Complexity:2
by mattbagshaw

Morning soldier! A modern take on a classic toy design. Print your solider, prepare his chute' and tally-ho guns away!

Dr Who Jack Blaster

Complexity:3
by alanstanford

First seen in the series one episodes "The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances", Captain Jack's Sonic Blaster is described as having many functions; sonic blaster, sonic canon and sonic disruptor.

Coca Cola Coin Bottle Opener

Complexity:2
by mugegoken

This design utilises a coins strength to open bottles. Just place a coin (such as 10 pence or a quarter) into the designed slot and crack open a beer, coke, or any other bottled drink. The shape is ergonomic and it is easy to use!  The perfect BBQ, bar, or beach party gadget! 

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!

Vinyl Coasters tableholder

Complexity:1
by xr3Dhub

A minimalistic tableholder for the orginal John Lewis Retro Vinyl Coasters (6 pack).

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. 

Ghost Destiny

Complexity:2
by ricardoalves

I'm proud to present my own interpretation of the Destiny Ghost !  We're lauching the Destiny Collection to celebrate the launch of this awesome game! A Ghost is a levitating artificial intelligence used by Guardians, this one fits perfectly in the palm of your hand. Print your own Ghost today, paint it as you wish and then share the photos with us Happy Printing!

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!

Functional Pliers

Complexity:2
by jackimakr

Functional pliers printable without support material, you have just to print the parts and assemble it, they can be used as a tool for model making or other uses.  

Quill Pen

Complexity:1
by alanstanford

Inspired by the writing aparatus of the past, before fountain pens and biros. A feather stylised pen that works with Bic Round Stic ink refills (Just pull on the nib and the refill will come out easily, then slide it into it's new home). Let it sit elegantly on your desk at work or at home. Just pull on the nib and the refill will come out easily, then slide it into it's new home.

Egyptian Falcon Amulet

Complexity:2
by marco valenzuela

The falcon is a symbol of the Egyptian God Horus. Original 3d model design by Marco Valenzuela

Be Happy Dolce Gusto Drip Tray

Complexity:2
by andr

Replacement drip try for the Nescafe Dolce Gusto coffee machine. Check out out a variety of drip tray designs here.

iPhone 5 'Space Arcade Game' backplate

Complexity:1
by josiahsal

Inspired by retro arcade game, 'Space Invaders'.

Vice

Complexity:4
by jackimakr

This vice is functional and strong, it would be great for hobbyists and model makers. Even schools could possibly use these as they are safer than metal ones.

Bike central mud guard with MyMiniFactory logo

Complexity:2
by jackimakr

This isa central mud guard for mountain bikes. You can fix it on your bike using rubber bands. The example on the object pictures has been printed on an Ultimaker 2 3D printer. This part can be useful to protect your legs from mud and water. It's also resistant and it can resist to vibrations.

My Mini Factory spool holder for Flashforge

Complexity:2
by jackimakr

This is a spool holder for Flashforge Creator printer, it has a nice My Mini Factory Logo and it's very easy to hook on the machine.

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 .

Evil Jack-O-Lantern

Complexity:2
by marco valenzuela

Lantern designed for holding your candles on a dark spooky night. This can be a good idea for halloween next to your pumpkin so the get even more spooked out.

ZED is DEAD ring

Complexity:2
by marco valenzuela

2014 Halloween Design Competition entry- Curiosity Cabinet   "Zed is dead" ring by Marco Valenzuela 2014 inspired by the 1994 dark comedy film Pulp Fiction directed by Quentin Tarantino. Ring model includes both large bold details for low-definition 3d printing in FDM, DMLS, SLS and fine level details for high-definition 3d printing in Polyjet, DLP or wax.  

Filter fixing knob for Kärcher vacuum cleaner

Complexity:
by Joke

My wifes somehow lost the knob which attatches the fine filter to the Kärcher, and I had to reconstruct it. What better method than 3D Printing!

William Booth Bust on Mile End Road, London

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

This is one of two statues on the Mile End Road that commemorate the father of the Salvation Army, William Booth. The Salvation Army and Booth had their roots in the east end of London and the first branch of the organisation was just yards away from the statue on the Mile End Road. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

iPhone Kickstand Hinge case

Complexity:1
by justin@justingaskin.com

Here is a hinged kickstand for the iPhone 5. It accompanies the NinjaFlex bumper case by slipping into the back portion. Just print, insert and wiggle it into place. This is a two part print, plated for 1 print job.

Wave Lamp shade

Complexity:3
by didexe

A stylish lamp shade made of 16 parts that are compatible with all standard light fixtures. All parts are required to be placed in a specific order as they form a wave going up and down in a circle. Ideally use an energy saving bulb or a low power incandescent bulb to avoid melting the plastic.

Sea turtle Iphone 5 case

Complexity:1
by csh

Sea turtle Iphone 5 case with a polynesian inspiration.

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Airsoft GoPro 20mm Rail mount

Complexity:1
by MyMiniFactory

With this simple rail attachment you can now capture/record your skirmishes by attaching a GoPro camera to the side of your AEG/GBB. This rail mount will require the purchase of a  M5 dome nut and screw for the Go pro section and  M4 nut and bolt for the rail mount. Download now and record those Airsoft engagements from any perspective.

Spool cover B/D37474 for strimmers

Complexity:3
by jackimakr

Spool cover Black & Decker 37474 for strimmers, you can attach it in the bottom part of your strimmer  to fix the cutting spool filament .

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). This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Jenner in Kensington Gardens, London

Complexity:1
by coskucan

This statue by William Calder Marshall RA was inaugurated by Prince Albert, the Prince Consort, and was the first to be erected in Kensington Gardens in 1862. The cost was met by international subscription. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Popular 3D Printable Objects

Duke MK. 44 Hand Cannon from Destiny

Complexity:3
by Kirby Downey

This is a replica of the Duke MK. 44 Hand cannon from the latest game created by Bungie and Activision, Destiny, released on the 9th September 2014. Available on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One This model is a mechanical replica with the reload action similar to the video below. This creates a better user experience especially when it comes to using this weapon as a prop or cosplay item. The Duke Mk.44 is a legendary hand cannon featured in Destiny. The Weapon inflicts heavy damage to targets as compensation for the slow fire rate. Other than what was shown in the live demo, little is known about this weapon, as it was shown only briefly in the Activision booth on the E3 show floor. This gun is a slow firing, but very powerful, hand cannon with a seven round clip.   Feature Of the Duke MK.44 Done by Barnacules. Check out his Youtube Channel! Small feature of the Duke mk 44 on Datto Does Desitny, Check out his YouTube Channel! Send us photo of your duke print to be added on object page and receive more Credits

SplashLIGHT

Complexity:3
by Avooq

Up-cycle Any Bottle Into a Beautiful Feature Lamp! Bottles are great when they are full, but the're even better when they are empty with the Splash LIGHT. Display that expensive bottle of wine you never wanted to drink or a memorable night on the tequila (we've all had one of them). Compatible with most size bottles and interchangeable if you feel like creating a different lighting mood. Every bottle will change the ambiance according to that particular bottle style. Experiment with your favorite bottles or explore new ones, the variations are endless. For the light, we found an old halogen desk lamp, dismantled it and retrofitted it to the SplashLIGHT - be careful because these emit a lot of heat. We left the socket free inside the splash fountain so it could be moved up and down inside the bottle to the position we wanted. Alternatively, use it as a bottle holder without the light feature. It's up to you. SplashLIGHT it your way! For the light, we found an old halogen desk lamp, dismantled it and retrofitted it to the SplashLIGHT - be careful because these emit a lot of heat. We left the socket free inside the splash fountain so it could be moved up and down inside the bottle to the position we wanted. Please don't do any wiring if you are not comfortable with it.

Destiny: Conduit F3 Fusion Rifle

Complexity:3
by soulorigin89

Conduit F3 is a burst-fire legendary fusion rifle manufactured by the FWC.Like other fusion rifles, this weapon was created by reverse-engineering technology captured from enemy species.It can be obtained from Lakshmi-2 for 150 Crucible Marks after reaching rank 3 in Future War Cult reputation and from decoding rare and legendary Special weapon engrams. If you guy's have any suggestions for what you would like to see next please let me know! I am going to release sights and optics for the conduit asap so you can customize the base gun.For everyone with a replicator 2 type build volume rest assure this model can be printed on your machine. 

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. 

German Panzer IV Model kit

Complexity:2
by soulorigin89

For sometime I wanted to design a model tank with 3D printing in mind as on other websites I have noticed that other tank designs don't take into consideration the factors involved in FDM 3D printing such as overhangs and support material. Desinging this model took some time as I wanted each part to fit together without glue and without any support material during printing which is no easy task. I used reference images from google to model the tank and imported them into a session within solid works to generate the basic shapes. Certain features on the Panzer IV have been changed in favor for a smoother printing experience and zero support generation.The model features a inbuilt bearing within the turret so it will have functionality as soon as its printed, the cannon can move up and down which adds allot of value to the model.I printed the tracks in ninja flex as I wanted to experiment with this new exciting material. You can purchase Ninjaflex from the imakr website if you want to try it for yourself.The wheels dont move on this model however I plan to add this feature in future designs. 

Thunderlord From Destiny

Complexity:4
by Kirby Downey

After making my Duke MK 44 hand cannon I tasked myself with creating this is replica model of the Thunderlord from the recently released Destiny. This model consists of 45 parts all printed with three different materials, PLA, Ninjaflex and carbon fiber. The banana is used for scale. The main body is regular PLA, the pipes, the bullet belt and the end of the butt stock is printed in ninjaflex and the site and the site rail are carbon fiber, the largest part on the moel is the cartridge havles them measure at 160mm x 150mm x100 mm. This is one of the most well known weapons in Destiny due to it's usaged during E3. Thunderlord is an exotic machine gun. It can be obtained from a chest in the Vault of Glass raid, as a reward from the Weekly Nightfall Strike, or as an end-of-match reward from the Crucible. Thunderlord was demonstrated in Bungie's E3 2013 gameplay demo. In addition, its design and general philosophy were outlined in a brief news article on Bungie's website. The weapon crackles with visible bolts of electricity, and at higher levels uses electro-static rounds that may be unique to Thunderlord The Thunderlord discharges a salvo of electro-static rounds, shells barred due to volatility. Occasionally after scoring a kill, the enemy will burst into an AoE electrostatic effect.

Guardians of the Galaxy: Star lord's Mask Version 2

Complexity:2
by soulorigin89

To everyone who downloaded the Version one of the starlord mask Big Thanks! So without further delay here is version Two. This mask comes in four sections with two lens incersts which can be incerted or used as a template to cut around depending on what material you want your lenses to be. The parts can be scaled in a thirdparty software for more precision, this will help when figuring out how to match the model to your head size. The helmet featured in the main image is scaled for a smaller person but you can see how it fits together. I reccomend printing this mask on a Z18, Ultimaker 2 or a printer with a large build volume to be able to fit all head sizes and needs.

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!   Design inspired by Supercell's Clash of Clans Universe

Ghost Destiny

Complexity:2
by ricardoalves

I'm proud to present my own interpretation of the Destiny Ghost !  We're lauching the Destiny Collection to celebrate the launch of this awesome game! A Ghost is a levitating artificial intelligence used by Guardians, this one fits perfectly in the palm of your hand. Print your own Ghost today, paint it as you wish and then share the photos with us Happy Printing!

Cat

Complexity:1
by Akravator

Support free design competition Organic geometry A design of my neighbor's cats that are very cuddly and cute when they are playing together. Originally this design is a present for her. I used Blender to create this model.

GAME OF THRONES IRON THRONE

Complexity:3
by Daniel Schunemann

The Iron Throne is the throne upon which the King of the Andals and the First Men sits, located in the Red Keep in the city of King's Landing. Besides the King himself (or Lord Regent) only the Hand of the King may sit on the Iron Throne. The term is also used colloquially to refer to the monarchy that rules the Seven Kingdoms and the authority of the King (e.g. "Rebellion against the Iron Throne"). The current seater is King Tommen Baratheon, First of His Name. The Iron Throne was forged at the order of Aegon the Conqueror, the first of the Targaryen Kings, who conquered six of the seven independent kingdoms of Westeros and unified them under his rule - the seventh kingdom of Dorne was later joined through a marriage alliance. The throne was allegedly forged from the 1,000 swords that had been surrendered to Aegon in the War of Conquest by the lords who had offered their fealty, though the actual number of the swords is less than two hundred. These were subsequently melted down by the fiery breath of Aegon's dragon, Balerionthe Black Dread, then beaten and bent into a throne of imposing appearance.

Han Solo's Blaster Star Wars

Complexity:4
by soulorigin89

To celebrate the announcement of a new Star Wars film in production I have modeled the DL-44 blaster.The DL-44 was a powerful, highly modifiable and accurate blaster pistol. It packed a heavy punch compared to other pistols without losing accuracy, which made it a prime choice among many groups and individuals, ranging from smugglersand bounty hunters to military and the Rebellion. This is a Toy.   Aside from being a powerful and reliable sidearm, the weapon had other attractive features such as a vibration system built into the hand grip that pulsed gently to alert the user that the weapon had only five shots left, and the ability to charge a bolt twice as powerful into a capacitor without damaging the sidearm. Like most hand gun, its gear typically included a motion-sensitive scope and galven circuitry that allowed the pistol to deal more damage with a normal energy drain and fire rate.    

Impossible Bearings Mini

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

A simple bearing model ideal for decoration or a test print for when you calibrate your printer. Looking for something more complex? Why not check out the more advance impossible bearings.

Impossible Bearings

Complexity:3
by MyMiniFactory

An exhibition piece demonstrating the capabilities of 3d printing. It is really fantastic to see this piece printed in one go, and thoroughly perplexing to those who are not aware of  how you got the bearings in!

Hand Crank Fan

Complexity:3
by Kirby Downey

For those summer days when you're in need of some cooling air! This hand crank fan delivers a consistent flow with a set of gears in a step up ratio which means a simple turn of the crank will result in the fan turning at a much higher rate. NOTE: some of the parts may look defferent to the model in the photos as they have been changed to make the fan better!

R2D2HS robotics

Complexity:1
by j0s3b4

Support free design competition Product design The R2D2HS is a derivation of the famous R2D2 which has been robotized with arduino, servos, bluetooth, buzzer, battery and IR sensors. This elements are placed inside the R2D2 in different holders. This robot will be able to move following a black line or with an Android app. We think that the project rules and we have worked very hard since we noticed the competition. Regards, Joseba.

Halo Magnum Gun

Complexity:2
by Alexandergargett

After a 140 years in production, the Misriah Armory has brought the M6 Magnum gun to the Public!   The M6 series weapons are recoil-operated and magazine-fed, and typically fire 12.7 x 40mm projectile ammunition. In addition to power, the M6 line of weaponry is designed to be rugged and reliable, and they remain operational after Slipspace transitions and high-g aerial maneuvers.   Assembly:    The Magnum will print in two parts, simply slot the barrel of the Magnum into the base of the handgun.

Star-lord's Element Guns from Guardians of the Galaxy

Complexity:1
by Kirby Downey

This model is a replica of these guns used by Star-lord in the movie Guardians of the Galaxy. Star-lord uses an "Element Gun", a special meta-pistol capable of projecting one of the Four elements (air, earth, fire and water). It's the Element Gun, Star-Lord's signature sidearm, a weapon of extraordinary origin and commensurate power. The Element Gun is an advantage that gives the half-Earthling a fighting change against intergalactic villains like Thanos and Ronan the Accuser.  Star-lord's mask is avalable here  Star-lord's rocket boosters are avalable here Check out an article on the guns and the model here

Iron Jack

Complexity:5
by Daniel Schunemann

Ironjack is a multi-pose robot model. This fantastic action figure has 59 parts which are jointed for an amazing total of 20 points of articulation. All the parts clip together to make a glue free model. Lots of new designs are in the works for TinHead and Ironjack you will be able to download new arms, heads, legs, all very soon. All pieces are compatible with Tinhead.

The Big Tooth

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

A tooth for your tooth brushes. Download and print this toothbrush holder for your family to use. You can acetone this model for better surface finish or just spray paint it.

MV Skeleton

Complexity:4
by marco valenzuela

Anatomically accurate human Skeleton perfect to learn the basics about the human body. Some features have been artificially thickened in order to be 3D printable. 

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.

New 3D Objects

IPhone 5 Case Slot Pattern

Complexity:1
by mledwold

I designed this case for the IPhone 5s/5c using Solidworks.  I started by creating a pattern of slots and made the shapes smaller and more irregular as it reached the center of the case. The case clips easily onto the phone protecting the back and the edge from scratches! I designed it to be a fast and easy print - placed flat down onto the print bed (so the file will print as it is - without the need for support material or any extra measures). I printed this one using an Ultimaker 2 but it will work just as well using other printers.    I used white PLA - at a layer height of 0.2mm and print speed 50mm/s with good results, as it is a fast print you could reduce the layer height further or choose slower print settings to produce a case of even higher quality!

Anaheim Ducks Logo

Complexity:1
by 3D-RO

The Anaheim Ducks are a professional ice hockey team based in Anaheim, California, United States. They are members of the Pacific Division of the Western Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). Since their inception, the Ducks have played their home games at the Honda Center.

Scarab at The British Museum, London

Complexity:1
by Scan The World

The scarab beetle, or 'dung' beetle, is one of the enduring symbols of ancient Egypt, representing re-birth and associated with the rising sun. This giant sculpture of a scarab is made from an oval block of green stone called diorite. It is so dark it is almost black: its gleaming surface pitted and scarred. The block measures just over one and a half metres long and about a metre wide, and stands a metre high. The beetle is carved from the top third of the block, as though it is sitting on a plinth. This sculpture is one of the largest known representations of a scarab. It is thought to be from the Ptolemaic period - from 305-30 BC - but could be earlier. The sculpture may once have stood in an Egyptian temple but it was found in Constantinople - modern Istanbul in Turkey. It might have been taken there after Constantinople became the capital of the Roman Empire in AD 330. The sculpture was bought in the nineteenth century by Lord Elgin. Height: 91.500 cm (max)Length: 152.500 cm (max) This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Trajan at Tower Hill, London

Complexity:3
by Scan The World

The statue of Trajan is an outdoor late-eighteenth-century bronze statue depicting Roman Emperor Trajan, located in front of a section of the London Wall built by Romans, at Tower Hill in London, United Kingdom. He is shown bareheaded and wearing a tunic, holding a scroll in his left hand while gesturing with his right hand raised. A plaque at its base contains the inscription: "Statue Believed To Be The Roamn Emperor Trajan / A.D. 98–117 / IMPERATOR CAESAR NERVA TRAJANUS AUGUSTUS / PRESENTED BY THE TOWER HILL IMPROVEMENT TRUST AT THE / REQUEST OF THE REVEREND P.B. CLAYTON , CH.MC.DD. / FOUNDER PADRE OF TOC H." There is no information presented at the site about the sculptor or date. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

The Angel in Kings Highway, Arkansas, USA

Complexity:3
by Scan The World

This marble reproduction of an unknown sculpture depicts a male angel holding onto a stone or his own wing, seated on a what seems to be a cloud. The sculpture itself is slightly larger than life. It was scanned by Edward Robison in Arkansas, USA.   This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Fishman

Complexity:0
by 4theswarm

This is my Fishman concept designed inspired from my passion for fishing in Sardinia and some reference of an heroic human bust. I entirely sculpted this bust in Zbrush 4R6 using the usual workflow that I spent for other bust creations: - Dynamesh sphere - Block in the primary shapes with Move, Standard, Form soft and Trim Dynamic - Secondary forms and details - Adapt the design to be Free Support  

AUDI Quattro Keychain

Complexity:1
by Dousk

For any Audi lovers and owners! Perfect keyring to keep your keys visible and show off what you drive!

Gayer-Anderson Cat at The British Museum, London

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

The sculpture is known as the Gayer-Anderson cat after Major Robert Grenville Gayer-Anderson who, together with Mary Stout Shaw, donated it to the British Museum. The statue is a representation of the cat-goddess Bastet. The cat wears jewellery and a protective wedjat amulet. The earrings and nose ring on the statue may not have always belonged to the cat. A winged scarab appears on the chest and head, it is 42cm high and 13cm wide. A copy of the statue is kept in the Gayer-Anderson Museum, located in Cairo.   This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Second Life Mug

Complexity:1
by le FabShop

This handle is part of Project RE_, an exploration about upcycling in the age of 3D printing. The original idea is from Samuel N. Bernier, our creative director, but we redesigned it for a V2 version, adapted to a European classic : the Jar from "Bonne Maman". We hope that you'll enjoy this neat design.

Behelit

Complexity:0
by RavenSkull

The Behelit its a small amulet worn by Griffith in the anime Bersek, it appears as a small oval object resembling an egg with a set of human facial features scattered randomly across its surface, giving the item a rather disconcerting appearance.

Ape Escape Monkey

Complexity:2
by Enovas

Ape Escape (known as 'Saru Get You' in Japan) is a series of video games made by Sony Computer Entertainment, starting with Ape Escape for PlayStation in 1999. The series often incorporates ape-related humour, unique gameplay, and a wide variety of pop culture references; it is also notable for being the first game to make the DualShock controller mandatory. The first game and various spin-off's were developed by SCEI while the second, third and other various party games were developed by SCE Japan Studio.

XYZ Puzzle (Parametric)

Complexity:0
by ricswika

Customizable 3 piece interlocking XYZ puzzle featuring OpenSCAD animated solution. Single step through this puzzle's animated solution using OpenScad! Customizable size, shape, and hole tolerance, single step solution and build plate .stl generation. Instructions (optional) Edit openscad file to adjust puzzle size and shape, and to adjust hole tolerance. Pieces sould fit snuggly enough to stay togeter on their own. A snug fit greatly aids assembly. NO CHEATING! Only if you get stuck, use OpenScad to single step through the puzzle solution. The holes in the .stl are slightly oversized to make the puzzle slide together easier with less wear. For a tighter puzzle, use customizer to reduce hole tolerance. Pieces fit perfectly on my printer with tolerance set to 5% over. *** NOTE: .stl files of the assembled puzzle are intended for illustration purposed only and are not meant to be printed. Always generate build plate with move_number=0. OpenSCAD Instructions  Check View|Animate in main menu for display mode  set FPS=3 and Steps=6 on animate tool bar  set mode=-1 for animation  or for build plate set mode=0  for single assembly steps, set mode=1 thru 5  To export build file, uncheck View/Animation and set move_number=0, click F6 to compile, then use file export  

Albert Memorial in South Kensington, London

Complexity:3
by Scan The World

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Complexity:0
by Manuel Piñeiro

Math form for decoration. 

Sir Edwin at The National Portrait Gallery, London

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

Sir Edwin Chadwick (1801-90). Reformer; active in reforms in many areas of Victoria life form employment conditions to civil service recruitment; chiefly known for his dedicated campaigns to improve sanitation and eradicate disease. By Adam Salomon (1818-81) Marble bust c.1863 Given by the sitter's widow, 1890 This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Grano-Diorite Torso of Nectanebo I at The British Museum, London

Complexity:5
by Scan The World

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DC -16 tablet and harness mount

Complexity:4
by IrialK

This is a bracket that I designed to mount a tablet and any other RF accessories. This particular design fits to a jeti DC-16 transmiter. http://www.jetimodel.com/ You will only need a few bolts for the construction. I generally use M3 hex head bolts and there are recesses in some of these parts fro M3 nuts. Although you might need 4 M4 bolts to attach the main arms to the bottom of the transmitter. I used 12mm aluminum tubes for the core mounting structure, it is cheap light and easy to cut with a small hacksaw. I have also included the lightbridge mount that I designed.

PS3/ XBox Guitar Game Controller Wall hanger

Complexity:0
by kayle-annlee chee

Wall Hanger for hanging your XBox / PS3 etc Guitar Controllers. You can use screws to keep it on the wall (holes for screws are in the design) or a very strong adhesive tape (the latter is what I used for demonstrative purposes to show that it does work). 

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Complexity:1
by Holbrook Primary

iMakr and MyMiniFactory.com  have teamed up with Holbrook Primary school  in Suffolk as part of an educational initiative to teach and encourage  kids from primary schools to learn how to design for 3D printing. I am in year 6 and I LOVE minecraft. This is my enderman. He is an evil genius :)!

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Complexity:0
by BonGarcon

...on precious demand: "Paris je 't'aime" [Paris, I love you] Skyline Vase of Le City d'Amour! My upmost pleasure... Bisou!     Le Bon Garçon.

Elephant LFS

Complexity:0
by le FabShop

We created this cute little articulated elephant last month for our friends in Nante, at IRT Jules Verne (France). Their city is well known for their giant puppets. The most famous one is a huge robotic elephant, the size of a building. Since they bought a lot of material from le FabShop, including a ton of MakerBots, our creative director, Samuel N. Bernier designed this little toy to be used as a goodie. It had a great success, so we decided to share it with you.

Head of a Male Shinto Deity at UEA, Norwich

Complexity:5
by Scan The World

The square face of this deity shows closed eyes with wide overarching eyebrows. The full mouth is closed, and the short nose has flared nostrils. The hat/headdress feature shows a long hanging ponytail-like feature at the back, with raised arc-like elements that surmounts the head. The curvilinear ears are set well back. There is some damage to the back right hand side, and significant internal damage. The light-coloured wood clearly shows the grain of the wood, and there are traces of dark red lacquer. The face id smoothly carved, but evidence of carving masks can be seen on the back of the head. This head is almost certainly from a figure squatting in Japanese style on the floor. It is carved from a single block of wood and the back stll shows quite wide score marks from the chisel or adze. The makers of Shinto figures were rarely the professional craftsmen who made Buddhist sculpture, and their technique represents an early type of folk-tradition which continued to exist in more popular form in local sculpture up to the nineteenth century. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Octopus

Complexity:0
by 4theswarm

Octopus design that I sculpted in Zbrush. Free support. The flat base could be use maybe to attach the Octopus on a wall and use it as a hook to hang objects such as tea towels etc.   Zbrush workflow   In terms of design I started from a Zsphere armature builded in Zbrush to position all the tentacles. After have created the base mesh, I added more shapes and basic details to give a natural shapes for the tentacles. This design is also Free Support.  

Napoleon 2066

Complexity:2
by Stefanos

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Elegant wine holder

Complexity:1
by Kirby Downey

A simple shape created with simple lines makes a beatuful way to display your wine.  Functional straight off the bed makes this an easy and elegant way to impress your guests with you great taste in wine and ability to defy gravity.

Christopher Columbus at Belgrave Square, London

Complexity:4
by Scan The World

In the south corner of Belgrave Square sits the bronze statue of a rather youthful Christopher Columbus holding a rolled maritime chart and looking westwards towards the Americas. The statue, a gift of the people of Spain, was sculpted by Tomas Banuelos in 1992 and is mounted on a Portland stone base with two narrow grey granite bands. It is dedicated 'to all the peoples of the Americas in commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the encounter of the two worlds' - a reference to Columbus' expedition to the Americas in 1492 to claim territory on behalf of Spain.   This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Hero Blaster from Total Recall

Complexity:1
by Reg

The Hero Blaster from Totall Recall (2012), used by the lead protagonist Douglas Quaid. He begins to suspect that he is a spy after visiting Rekall - a company that provides its clients with implanted fake memories of a life they would like to have led - when this goes wrong and he finds himself on the run. This is a cool replica perfect for fans of the movie.

Kathleen Raine at Tate Britain, London

Complexity:4
by Scan The World

Kathleen Raine at Tate Britain, London, was made of bronze and is currently at the Tate Britain. Miss Kathleen Jessie Raine, poet, was born in 1908, studied at Girton College, Cambridge, and is the author of Stone and Flower 1943, Living in Time 1946, The Pythoness 1949, The Year One1952, and Collected Poems 1956. The bust was made in 1954. The artist wrote about the sittings (12 April 1959): ‘It was spread over a period of 2 months perhaps and she came in once or twice a week. Living just along the road it was fairly easy, and that is the way I saw her working in her own room, through the window from the street, so I asked her if she could transport herself into my studio sometimes and go on with her work - which she did. It was very enjoyable for me.’ This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Tauriels Daggers from The Hobbit

Complexity:3
by andrewforster

Slender and keen edged were the knives of Tauriel of the Woodland Realm, fitting arms for a lady warrior of equal keenness and skill. Tauriel’s golden-hued blades were wrought in the cavern smithies of her people, the Sindar, deep beneath the once beautiful Greenwood, now a sick and evil place, called Mirkwood by most. Few would dare tread its paths unarmed These daggers feature a beautiful surface detail that cuts through the blade surfaces. A perfect prop for fans of The Hobbit.

Diamond Pattern IPhone 5 Case

Complexity:1
by mledwold

I designed this case for the IPhone 5s/5c using Solidworks.    I found a similar pattern using diamond shapes and circles and thought it could create and interesting look if I repeated the pattern all across the back of the phone case.   This worked out well, after reducing the size of the pattern you keep an interesting look while still covering the majority of the back to keep the phone protected.   The case clips easily onto the phone protecting the back and the edge from scratches!   I designed it to be a fast and easy print - placed flat down onto the print bed (so the file will print as it is - without the need for support material or any extra measures).   I printed this one using an Ultimaker 2 but it will work just as well using other printers.    I used white PLA - at a layer height of 0.2mm and print speed 50mm/s with good results, as it is a fast print you could reduce the layer height further or choose slower print settings to produce a case of even higher quality!  

Jurassic Pitcher Plant

Complexity:2
by Evavooo

Wall or ledge hanging container based on the tropical (and carniverous!) pitcher plant, or 'monkey cup'. These plants can be found growing within countries of the Old World tropics (Asia, Europe and Afica), such as Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and to Madagascar. The name "monkey cups" refers to the fact that monkeys have been observed drinking rainwater from these plants. Use as a vase, decorate as a prop, or print many to create a jurassic style center piece.        

Assassins Creed Tomahawk

Complexity:2
by Reg

This is the Tomahawk used by the protragonist of the Assassins Creed franchise. The storyline focuses on the historic rivalry between two ancient societies - the Assassins and the Knights Templar. The main games in the franchise were developed by Ubisoft Montrealfor the single player and Ubisoft Annecy for the multiplayer, with the handheld titles developed by Gameloft and Gryptonite Studios, with additional development by Ubisoft Montreal. The series has been well received by the public and critics.

Portal Cube Box

Complexity:3
by Aigre-vice

Emblematic Portal video game weight companion here can be turned into reality with 3D printing. Designed to be all purpose box, now you can hide in it anything you like.Portal is a 2007 first-person puzzle-platform video game developed by Valve Corporation. The game primarily comprises a series of puzzles that must be solved by teleporting the player's character and simple objects using "the Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device", a device that can create inter-spatial portals between two flat planes.

Nelson Mandela in Pretoria, South Africa

Complexity:3
by Scan The World

A 9m-high bronze statue of Nelson Mandela was unveiled at the Union Buildings in Pretoria on the 16th of December 2013. The Union Buildings, designed by Sir Herbert Baker, were once synonymous with apartheid South Africa. Since Nelson Mandela's inauguration on 10th of May 1994 as South Africa's first democratically elected president, they have come to represent the new democracy. The housed Mandela's presidential offices in Pretoria from 1994 to 1999, and after his passing his body lay in statue at the Union Buildings. The statue of Mandela with his arms outstretched, embracing the entire nation, was unveiled by President Jacob Zuma on the 16th of December, the day after Mandela's funeral, as part of the annual celebrations of Reconciliation Day and the commemoration of the centenary of the Union Buildings. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Figure of Beethoven, MFA, Boston

Complexity:3
by Scan The World

Version of the polychrome monument with stone, jasper and bronze in Leipzig Museum. Seated nude figure head bowed, hands in lap. Legs cut off at thighs. Signed on right leg. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Red Baron

Complexity:3
by sougabri

3D printable Red Baron Plane, with propellers and engaging wheel perfect to be hanged from the sealing! 

Crouching Venus at The V&A, London

Complexity:3
by Scan The World

The Crouching Venus is a remarkable instance of John Nost the Elder’s assured carving, and is a rare surviving example of a classical subject by the artist in marble. The sculpture's scale and accomplishment give it a grandeur and presence which were truly exceptional at that date in Britain. Like the antique prototype, Venus is depicted ineffectually attempting to cover her nakedness, her gesture only succeeding in drawing attention to her sensual body. The goddess is thought to be bathing, or possibly adjusting her hair, and caught unawares. Nost’s sculpture suggests the sophisticated level of patronage of the wealthy gentry in Britain at the start of the eighteenth century, and tantalisingly evokes the way in which interiors of eighteenth-century country houses were adorned with sculpture. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

The Duke of Wellington at Bank, London

Complexity:4
by Scan The World

The equestrian statue of the Duke of Wellington is an outdoor sculpture ofArthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, a British soldier and statesman, located at the Royal Exchange in London. It overlooks Bank junction in the historic City of London. The sculptor was Francis Leggatt Chantrey. While sitting for a later portrait by Charles Robert Leslie, Wellington recalled that Chantrey had told him he had a square head. After Chantrey's sudden death his studio assistant Henry Weekes completed the sculpture. Wellington attended the unveiling of his statue on 18 June 1844. The date was chosen to commemorate the Battle of Waterloo, where Wellington led an allied army to victory against Napoleon, in 1815. Frederick Augustus II, King of Saxony, who was in London visiting Queen Victoria, also attended the unveiling. The equestrian statue was erected to show the City's gratitude for Wellington's help in assisting the passage of the London Bridge Approaches Act 1827. This Act led to the creation of King William Street. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Sobekemsaf I at The British Museum, London

Complexity:1
by Scan The World

Red granite figure of Sobkemsaf I Seventeenth Dynasty, about 1630 BC This is one of the few royal statues surviving from the Seventeenth Dynasty. The king's name is inscribed on the throne-front, and an apotropaic motif with figures of the goffess Ipi decorates the rear. There are dowel-holes in the eyebrows from the fixing of applied overlay and for the securing of inlays in the eye-sockets. This pharaoh performed "extensive restoration works at the temple of Month[u] at Madamud." This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

William Pitt at The National Portrait Gallery, London

Complexity:3
by Scan The World

William Pitt 1759- 1806 By Joseph Nollekens 1737-1823 Marble, inscribed and dated, 1808 Pitt was Britain's youngest Prime Minister at the age of twenty-four. Enjoying the support of George III, he held office from 1783 to 1801 and again between 1804 and 1806. After France declared war in 1793, Pitt led three coalitions to counter French power and introduced repressive measures against radicals at home. Pitt's rivalry with Charles James Fox dominated Parliament for more than twenty years. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Clockwork Orange Mask

Complexity:2
by fredsena

This mask is inspired by Alexs' costume from A Clockwork Orange. Perfect for Halloween or diehard fans of the film.  A Clockwork Orange is a 1971 dystopian crime film adapted, produced, and directed by Stanley Kubrick, based on Anthony Burgess's 1962 novella A Clockwork Orange. It employs disturbing, violent images to comment on psychiatry, juvenile delinquency, youth gangs, and other social, political, and economic subjects in a dystopian near-future Britain.

Elephant in Oakland, California

Complexity:1
by Trnio

This granite sculpture is a maquette of an elephant. Possibly of Hindu origin the sculpture has been produced to be made as a home decoration.   Processed scan supplied by the team at TRNIO!   This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Woman Waking Up at The Tate Britain

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

Completed by Anthony Caro in 1958, the surface of this sculpture is roughly pitted. During the 1950s there was great interest in the ‘skin’ of the sculpture. This was, in part, a reaction against the smooth finish of Henry Moore’s bronzes; Caro had worked for Moore in the early 1950s.The woman’s body seems almost to overflow the plinth, unlike the passive, contained poses of traditional nudes. This came partly from Caro’s working method: he dropped soft clay from a height and then developed the forms suggested. This meant he could make the most of both chance and the expressive potential of the clay from which the bronze is taken.   This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Ray Gun from Forbidden Planet

Complexity:2
by moratakit

This ray gun is from the 1956 classic film, Forbidden Planet. It's storyline is about a starship crew that goes to investigate the silence of a planet's colony only to find two survivors and a deadly secret that one of them has. Great for retro-fans and all things sci-fi.

2-part Bat Shelf

Complexity:1
by Icepicktony

Needing a shelf in my recently renovated office, I made one that fits my inner child.This is what I came up with.  It looks best when displayed with the 2 halves about 1-2 inches apart from one another. It is based on the logo from the 2008 movie "The Dark knight".  

Tampa Bay Lightening Logo

Complexity:0
by 3D-RO

The Tampa Bay Lightning are a professional ice hockey team based in Tampa, Florida. They are members of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). They have one Stanley Cup championship in their history, in 2003–04. They are often referred to as the Bolts, and the nickname is used on their current third jersey. They play their home games in the Amalie Arena in Tampa.

miniART | MANHOLSTER - Turning humans and animals into functional & artistic objects.

Complexity:0
by Avooq

MiniART beings are miniature people and animals turned into functional and artistic objects. The MANHOLSTER is a 27 year old bearded man who goes by the name Fotios. He has been created to hold your beer bottles, act as a very masculine looking night light or hold your mobile phone. Treat the MANHOLSTER with care and in return he will look after all your valuables as well as providing unlimited free hugs. Upcycle your old lamps and beer bottles - give them to The MANHOLSTER. The file is contained inside the zip file because of it's manly size. Look out for more miniART beings soon..... An Avooq Creations, creation.

Baneling Head

Complexity:0
by 4theswarm

Creature bust design that I sculpted in Zbrush. The main inspiration come from Starcarft 2, a Blizzard game that I'm still playing with during my free time! In terms of design what I decided to use as reference was the shape of the back of a Starcraft creature (baneling) for the head of my concept: essentially a good mix of veins and bulbs. I have to confess that I had lot of fun during this sculpt because I love to model organic shapes. For this reason I used brushes like Form Soft, Clay, Standard and Dam standard in particular to recreate those smooth lines and the general look of the bust. I also did a subtract operations on the internal part of the model to reduce a lot the printing time and the material inside the mesh.   To do this I chose to append a cylinder, transform that in a cone and dynamesh everything again.  The result is that I obtained a Free support model really clean and optimized at the same time.    

Replacement foot for Logitech MK320 Keyboard

Complexity:1
by £Dmigos.net

I love my keyboard, but a foot broke years ago. For 3 years I had a bit of a rubber (USA='Eraser') stuck on to raise it up on one side. This kept falling off and eventually got lost. So I loved my keyboard flat. Then the day came: NO MORE!! In a desperate attempt to distract myself from something useful, i present; The Foot.

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<p>I'm a product design graduate who studied in Edinburgh with a mind for destroying perfectly good products and using them to make other reasonably good products. I've used a bunch of 3D printers in the past and continue to keep an eye on the field for interesting developments. My main concern when designing new objects is it's function and then once I have that sorted out I start to make it pleasing for humans, this more or less goes to plan. You can find some of my work on my website - www.stewart-davies.co.uk or on my deviantart profile - http://turnip-stew.deviantart.com</p>

Fynn Große-Bley

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Fynn Große-Bley

User: fynngro (United Kingdom)

Franc Falco

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Franc Falco

User: francfalco (United Kingdom)

Graphic designer. 3D modeller

Elliott Viles

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Elliott Viles

User: soulorigin89 (United Kingdom)

<p>London based 3D designer & 3D scanning specialist with a keen interest in prop design. Check out my 3D printing on instagram SOULORIGIN89! Online Portfolio Link below.

Marco Valenzuela

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Marco Valenzuela

User: marco valenzuela (United States)

<p>Working as a freelance CG artist in the video game and VFX industry since 2004 my interest in 3d printing was kicked off in 2007 with various prop and product design projects. Now the majority of my work in 3d printing centers around custom jewelry and product design. As an early adopter I am fortunate to have worked with many additive manufacturing technologies including SLA, SLS, DMLS, DLP, Polyjet, and FDM. Sculpting and conceptualizing since a very early age I consider myself part sculptor and part inventor. My personal designs range from the whimsical to the mechanical. They can be a mix of form and function or purely aesthetic. I have always possessed an unstoppable entrepreneurial drive and invest everything my talents earn me into enjoying life with my beautiful wife of 14 years.</p>

Hunka Tibor

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Hunka Tibor

User: humanti (United Kingdom)

<p>Scan the cultural heritage of my profession. My goal is to make more art into the public domain. Jewelry design is unusual stones and parts. Frame samples are retained and reproduced.</p>

Terry Smith

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Terry Smith

User: terrysmith (United Kingdom)

<p>Pixelseppa Glasgow</p>

Andrew Coyne

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Andrew Coyne

User: andrewcoyne (United Kingdom)

Bruce Chaput

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Bruce Chaput

User: bruceeckerput

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