Hobbyist and visual effects professional Matt Denton has released a video on his Youtube channel of another impressive 3D printing project. He made a huge version of a LEGO Technics bulldozer, with a total of 372 parts, weighing around 26kg (57 lbs).
With a seemingly never-ending winter now thawing out, it’s finally starting to feel like spring. To get into the spirit of the new season, here are some fun 3D prints that are sure to liven up your home for Easter weekend.
Thingiverse user [Aolesin] has remixed a 3D printable Cubone mask so it can be worn by a dog. The brilliant Pokémon 3D print can be downloaded for free.
If your shower routine has become a bit humdrum and is lacking in excitement, Brooklyn-based startup Zooheads (a spin-off of 3D printing service Voodoo Manufacturing) is hoping it can help. The company is targeting a niche market by selling 3D printed …
Mighty Jabba’s Collection, a YouTube channel specializing in Star Wars toys and merch, is attempting to 3D print a life-size model of Jabba the Hutt. The project is being sponsored by filament company MakerGeeks.
Thingiverse user [stonecoldfx] has 3D printed a giant Star Wars Millennium Falcon in a single piece. The 500 x 170 x 700 mm model of the iconic spaceship weighs 3 kg and took 10 whole days to print.
Florida-based maker Baard Fleistad [IamStarGoat] has come up with one of the coolest 3D printing projects we’ve seen in awhile: a 3D printed gramophone-style radio horn for the Amazon Echo Dot. Fittingly, the 3D printed audio device has been named “Gramazon.”
New Zealand’s Printable Scenery has released yet another amazing set of 3D printable terrain for taking RPGs and other table-top games to the next level. Its latest series, enticingly called “The Lost Islands,” is being featured in a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign.
European engineering collective Hackerloop has built a 3D printed prosthetic Nerf gun that fires projectiles in response to the user’s muscle contractions. The modified Swarmfire Nerf uses EMG sensors and 3D printed parts.
Snorri Grisomson, a Viking reenactor and maker from Brussels, Belgium, has designed a brilliant 3D printable Ghostbusters sign. The sign is divided into three parts, which allows the ghost to be 3D printed in white filament and the sign in red.