3D Printed Model Chess Set

3D Printed Minecraft Chess Set Made In Sketchup

3D Modeler, FuelCell250 have drew this Minecraft Chess Set model for Thingiverse. Very small modifications were made to reduce bridging and new feets were added to improve stability to this 3D Printed Minecraft Chess Set. The 3D Model is designed in Sketchup and then printed, given own colors. To make King and Queen size biggers,…

3D Printed Elephant

3D printed Elephant Can Be Used For Huge Robotic Elephant

A cute little articulated elephant was created by le FabShop, a 3D artists for one of their friend’r project. This 3D Printed model is available in two differnet sizes – XS size (length : 90 mm) and XL size (length : 275 mm). It can be printed with 0 infill if you wish. The Z…

3D Printed Lamp

3D Printed Artichoke Lamp Shade

gMax 1.5+ and gMax 1.5XT+ large format 3D Printers maker, Gordon LaPlante has inspired by the geometry of an artichoke and designed beautiful lamp shade which is perfect for the any business or residential purpose. This model is created in 3ds Max 2011 but due to the inch/mm unit issues the model is scaled up…

3D printing model Viking Village

Viking Village For Tabletop Gaming Terrain

Another popular 3D Printing Model by Arian Croft is Viking Village. He created this design entirely in TinkerCAD. Perfect 3D printing model for Tabletop gaming terrain but it can be used in any other game. All .STL files are available to download here. Download 3D Printing Model: https://www.dropbox.com Download Now #Note: Use of this 3D…

3D Printing Model -SkullCharms_Gankra

3D Printing Model Skull Charm Of Gankra

At 3DKitbash.com, group of toy industry vets have been making incredible innovative 3D printed Models using MakerBot Replicator 2X. This is a fast 3D printing skull charm of Gankra, one of the monster from three. It have articulated jaw and print-in-place. The makers are running Kickstarter campaign and this model can be printed if this…

3D-printed remote-controlled car

World’s Fastet 3D Printed Remote Controlled Car

James Beswick is the inventor of Fastet 3D Printed Remote Controlled Car which can go 100 mph and he wants to make it more bigger. He is UK resident, built a 3D-printed Chaser and his Chaser up to just over 133 mph and will continue modifying until he breaks 202. Watch the video describing his 3D model describing…