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Cleopatra at Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC

Complexity:2
by coskucan

The statues of Harvard-educated William Wetmore Story exemplify this inclination, and Cleopatra, his most famous work, was only one of dozens of subjects such as Medea, Delilah, Electra, and Saul that were produced in his studio. "Cleopatra" is highly representative of Story's oeuvre: most of his statues are single figures in the round, often seated deep in thought meditating on deeds of cataclysmic significance; here Cleopatra contemplates her suicide. #Cleopatra

Budai the Monk, Henan Province, China

Complexity:2
by coskucan

Henan Province,Wood, gold lacquer16th - 17th century, Ming dynasty #Budai

Zarif Coffee Mug

Complexity:2
by mugegoken

A traditional turkish style coffee mug, made up of three parts. This is a very stylish mug that can be used or hot and cold drinks. 

Trooper

Complexity:3
by simongrell

A manga style Trooper, this is a reall cool model that can be painted whatever colour you like then used as a decoration or toy.

Anglepoise GoPro stand

Complexity:3
by Stewart Davies

The Anglepoise mount for the Gopro 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.

Mythical Eye Pyramid

Complexity:1
by rachel lawson

Mythical Eye Pyramid, could be used as a mantlepiece decoration as it has a ver detailed, lovely design.

Nikon F Mount Body Cap

Complexity:1
by robertm

This attaches to the bayonet lugs on the body of a Nikon F mount camera to protect the inside from dust and scratches. It is designed to print without the need for support.

Aquarius Zodiac pendant

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

Download your individual star sign pendant and show it off today. We have modeled all the signs so you can print them for your friends and family as they make fantastic gifts !

Unfriendly Gesture

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

For those days...lets not comment. 

'20 Car

Complexity:2
by jackimakr

Original car from 1920.

Giant Lv. 1 Clash of Clans

Complexity:3
by Daniel Schunemann

"These big guys may seem calm, but show them a turret or cannon and you'll see their fury unleashed! Slow yet durable, these warriors are best used to soak up hits." Check out the other models ! http://www.myminifactory.com/search/query/?query=clash+of+clans

Cerberus

Complexity:3
by fabiobautista

The three-headed dog Cerberus has been portrayed in ancient and recent art inspired by the mythology behind this monstrous creature who guards the gates of Hades. Designer Fabio Bautista did this detailed model based on a design by Wayne Barlowe, concept artist of the Hellboy films.

Istanbul Key Chain

Complexity:1
by mugegoken

Istanbul keychain for Istanbul Lovers. Whether you are from Istanbul and just love the place or you've visited there and need something to remember it then this is definatley for you!

X-wing game miniatures box: Tie Bomber

Complexity:1
by chriswolfe

X-wing miniatures game box: Tie Bomber Modular storage for your miniatures.

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.

Wall breaker Lv. 1 clash of clans

Complexity:3
by Daniel Schunemann

The Wall Breaker's appearance is that of a small skeleton that wears a brown aviator hat and has a small scar across its right eye. It carries a large bomb. The Wall Breaker attacks by locating the nearest protected building and destroying its protective Wall by blowing itself up kamikaze style. It deals splash damage around its target and deals 40x damage to Walls. Upon dealing damage, Wall Breakers will perish (regardless if they damage a Wall, building or enemy Troop). Wall Breakers will continue attacking any Wall until all are gone, even if you put it far away from a Wall. Adapted from the highly successful Clash of Clans app game, I have sculpted and refined the model for 3D printing. You can find the rest of the Clash Of Clan miniature collection by clicking the link below! If you don't have a 3D printer you can always choose the print for me option! Have fun!

Bling Bling Icecream Pendants

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

Bling Bling is a rich gold pendant from Candy Rush Collection.  Contains both the icelolly and ice cream cone designs! See also - - 'First Slice' Ring - Lollipop Pendants - The Rockabilly Doughnut Oversized Pendant - Bling Bling Icecream Pendants

Ariadne 5 Rocket

Complexity:1
by MyMiniFactory

This model uploaded by Jose Miraglia, is made of four seperate parts and can be used with a C6 Rocket Motor.

Woman sitting on a rooster at Plaza vieja, Havana Cuba

Complexity:2
by coskucan

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

Canon EF eyecup

Complexity:2
by draganbeljan

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

Authentic Apparatus

Complexity:2
by mugegoken

Authentic apparatus for glass, be wine glass, beer glass or sparkling water glass. Can hold whatever shaped container of drink you like, perfect to stop stains on anthing ou really like.

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!

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Gopro hand Grip

Complexity:3
by mieszkolacinski

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

Ipod watch Strap

Complexity:1
by Stewart Davies

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

Tornado Chalice

Complexity:1
by jackimakr

A beautiful Chalice, with an organic swerve to it's shape. This object does not require support material. We have tried liquids in this and it was water tight when printed at the highest resolution and no infill.

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 .

Clash of Clans mug

Complexity:2
by Michele Badia

"The Barbarian King is the toughest and 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." Well.. this is the mug! Have fun! You can find the rest of the Clash Of Clan miniature collection by clicking this link!

MOO Business Card Holder

Complexity:3
by michaelaregan

3D Printed business card holder for the MOO logo.  They help their customers print things like Business Cards, Postcards and MiniCards, making it easy for them to share information about themselves or their business in the real world. Print is simple and wonderful. They love it. www.moo.com File contains STL for single extrusion. Hit the download button to get yours or contact us to see what we can do for your company!

Camera Handle

Complexity:1
by didexe

The purpose of this camera handle is to make it easier and steadier holding your camera while you are making videos. It gives you the freedom to use one of your hands to make some settings and hold something else. The only thing you need is a standard M6 20mm long bolt 

Recycled mud guard for bicycle

Complexity:2
by Kirby Downey

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

Mountain bike hand guards

Complexity:3
by jackimakr

Hand guards for mountain bikes, just print them and use 2 screws for each part to fix them to your bike, they are resistant against vibrations as well.    

Turntable with vice for Mini milling machine

Complexity:3
by jackimakr

Vice that fits the Mini milling machine evolution. It's useful to hold your piece and it can rotate onto its own base, so you will have the possibility to make circles and cutting the piece with curving profiles.

Leopard shoes by michele

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by Michele Badia

These great new original sneakers are perfect for that unique - 3D printed - fashion statement!  The shoes are completely functional, and are suitable for day to day use.  The trainers are printed using a flexible filament called Ninjaflex, they print in a single part after which the straps - or laces - will need to be fitted.  Get your own pair of this one-of-kind footware now! This free design is a size 39, (but other sizes are available on demand), alternatively you can scale the model yourself and print them in any size you like!

Isis at Hyde Park, London

Complexity:2
by coskucan

Simon Gudgeon’s magnificent bronze ‘Isis’ sits in Hyde Park next to the Serpentine, the first piece of sculpture to do so in 50 years. At its base there are 1000 plaques inscribed with the names of generous donors who have helped to raise £2.2 million to build the Isis Education Centre which is designed to enable communities and especially city school children, to enjoy and experience the wonders of nature and the importance of protecting and preserving the environment for the future. The Centre is right in the heart of the Park.  #TwentiethCentury

Starbucks Coffee Sleeve

Complexity:2
by michaelaregan

Protect yourself from hot beverages with this colour changing Coffee Sleeve designed using the Starbucks logo!   The use of Thermo Chromic Pigment in the Filament means it will change from green to yellow at around 33 Degrees allowing you to assess the temperature of your coffee easily.      Starbucks’ mission is to inspire and nurture the human spirit – one person, one cup, and one neighbourhood at a time.   Today, with more than 18,000 stores in 62 countries, Starbucks is the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world. And with every cup, they strive to bring both their heritage and an exceptional experience to life. Visit www.starbucks.com for more information. File contains STL for single extrusion. 

Square spring

Complexity:3
by MyMiniFactory

Functional spring with square profile, you can play with it , use it as functional object or simply put it on your desk.

Dog figurine

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

Download this adorable companion and add it to your collection . This model has been skillfuly sculpted for a more realistic look and feel. 

Bust of Einstein

Complexity:2
by terrysmith

'We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.' A printable bust of German physicist Albert Einstein. File also contains printable stand (as seen in render)

Anemometer

Complexity:2
by jackimakr

This is a functional anemometer, you can slide it onto a stick and put it in your garden, terrace or roof, it'll spin in the wind, The internal diameter of the bottom hole is 2 centimeters, so a stick measuring this or less will fit and works perfectly.

Crevice tool

Complexity:2
by jackimakr

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

Car adapter for universal phone holder

Complexity:3
by jackimakr

This adapter works with the universal phone holder available on MyMiniFactory.com. This is an adapter to attach your mobile phone to the central mirror of your car, but you can also use it on your bike or motorbike. It's very useful for using your phone as a navigation system or the camera of your mobile phone while you are driving your vehicle.

Pistons iphone case

Complexity:1
by tiborrak

Case cover for motor-heads!

Crowbar

Complexity:1
by Palmroos

Small crowbar for small emergencies.

Overhead Spool Holder

Complexity:2
by morganstrongbow

Overhead filament spool holder. Fits plastic spools similar in size to Makerbot brand. Download file includes 2 versions for both regular and oversized spools of filament :) Fits - - Wanhoa Duplicator 4 (pictured) - Flashforge (pictured) - Makerbot - Reprap

Customizable 3D Objects

Parametric glass

Complexity:1
by jackimakr

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

Crevice tool

Complexity:2
by jackimakr

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

Parametric box

Complexity:1
by MyMiniFactory

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

Universal adjustable hoover nozzle

Complexity:2
by jackimakr

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

Universal parametric holder

Complexity:1
by jackimakr

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

New 3D Objects

Ukulele Stand

Complexity:1
by michaelaregan

Display your Ukulele proudly using this way mounted stand.   Securely fastening to the wall with use of a nail or screw, the arms of the device hold your instrument safely on the wall.     Hit the download button to get yours now!   File conatins STL for single extrusion.

Standing-striding figure of Nefertiti at Nueue Museum, Berlin

Complexity:2
by coskucan

A standing/striding figure of Nefertiti made of limestone. Originally from Amarna, part of the Ägyptisches Museum Berlin collection.

Ipod watch Strap

Complexity:1
by Stewart Davies

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

The Great Buddha at Kamakura, Japan

Complexity:1
by coskucan

The Great Buddha of Kamakura (Daibutsu in Japanese) is a monumental outdoor bronze statue of Amida Buddha in the city of Kamakura, Japan. Seated serenely in the grounds of Kotokuin, a Buddhist temple of the Pure Land sect, the Great Buddha is one of the icons of Japan. #TheGreatBuddha

London Fields Brewery Beer Tap Label

Complexity:1
by michaelaregan

3D Printed Beer Tap designed using the London Fields Brewery Logo.   Inspired by a drought of craft beer in Hackney – one of the most culturally vibrant areas in London – they thought it was about time Hackney had its very own brewery to provide home grown, handcrafted beers alongside the ever increasing amount of craft products being produced there.   In August 2011, London Fields Brewery was born, based in the centre of Hackney, under the railway arches next to the oasis of greenery within the smoke that is London Fields itself. Now a part of a growing number of fine breweries in Hackney and London, they are proud to help spread the word of craft beer around the country and put Hackney on the map as a destination for great beer.   Find out more here - www.londonfieldsbrewery.co.uk   File contains STL for single extrusion. Hit the download button to get yours now. 

Stan Lee

Complexity:2
by ricardoalves

Stan Lee is an American comic book writer, editor, publisher, media producer, television host, actor, voice actor and former president and chairman of Marvel Comics. In collaboration with several artists, most notably Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, he co-created Spider-Man, the Hulk, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Thor, the X-Men, and many other fictional characters, introducing complex, naturalistic characters and a thoroughly shared universe into superhero comic books. In addition, he headed the first major successful challenge to the industry's censorship organization, the Comics Code Authority, and forced it to reform its policies. Lee subsequently led the expansion of Marvel Comics from a small division of a publishing house to a large multimedia corporation. He was inducted into the comic book industry's Will Eisner Award Hall of Fame in 1994 and the Jack Kirby Hall of Fame in 1995.   Please note that this model was printed on a Zproject, so your print won't come out with color.

Theseus and the Minotaur at V&A, London

Complexity:2
by coskucan

The Scottish painter, archaeologist and dealer, Gavin Hamilton (1723-1798), who was a friend of Canova, advised that he should portray Theseus and the Minotaur after their struggle. He considered that Canova would gain more favour and critical acclaim if he were to create a static group rather than a violent one. The sculpture did indeed receive widespread acclaim, and helped establish Canova's reputation as the leading European sculptor of his day.  #NineteenthCentury

Wall Street Bull - New York City

Complexity:2
by coskucan

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

Ganesha at Art Institute, Chicago

Complexity:2
by coskucan

Ganesha is shown here with two of his attributes, a broken tusk and a bowl full of candy, of which he is very fond. Although not depicted in this sculpture, Ganesha's vahana, a rat, accompanies him as he carries out his divine duties. The rat is tiny by comparison to the portly Ganesha, but the two work well as a team. The rat can wriggle into places where Ganesha would never fit—another means of avoiding obstacles and achieving goals. #Ganesha

Goldeneye 007 Remote Mine

Complexity:4
by ComradeQuiche

The year is 1997. The game, Goldeneye 64. The weapon, The Remote Mine. Now is your chance to build your very own Remote Mine prop from Goldeneye 007! Download the printable parts now from myminifactory, and then follow this guide from designer Shane Blomberg to construct it! Kapow!    

Bust of Pope Clament XIV at V&A, London

Complexity:2
by coskucan

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

GOT Stark Dice Cup

Complexity:1
by Stewart Davies

A Game Of Thrones house Stark inspired dice cup.It features the Stark sigil, celtic patterns on the cup and lid and has been painted to look like iron, perfect for board game enthusiasts. This can also be used as a really neat pen pot on a desk or tiny plant pot too.

Cleopatra at Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC

Complexity:2
by coskucan

The statues of Harvard-educated William Wetmore Story exemplify this inclination, and Cleopatra, his most famous work, was only one of dozens of subjects such as Medea, Delilah, Electra, and Saul that were produced in his studio. "Cleopatra" is highly representative of Story's oeuvre: most of his statues are single figures in the round, often seated deep in thought meditating on deeds of cataclysmic significance; here Cleopatra contemplates her suicide. #Cleopatra

Airbnb Logo

Complexity:2
by michaelaregan

3D Printed logo for Airbnb's rebrand.  Founded in August of 2008 and based in San Francisco, California, Airbnb is a trusted community marketplace for people to list, discover, and book unique accommodations around the world — online or from a mobile phone. Watch the video explaining the new logo’s meaning. Whether a flat for a night, a castle for a week, or a villa for a month, Airbnb connects people to unique travel experiences, at any price point, in more than 34,000 cities and 190 countries. And with world-class customer service and a growing community of users, Airbnb is the easiest way for people to monetise their extra space and showcase it to an audience of millions.  Find out more at www.airbnb.co.uk

Sting Sword - The Hobbit

Complexity:3
by ricardoalves

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

Statue of Gudea at MET, NY

Complexity:2
by coskucan

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

Chinese Guardian Lion in the Forbidden City, China

Complexity:2
by coskucan

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

Ruler K'inich Chapat, Museum of Tonina, Mexico

Complexity:2
by coskucan

A sculpture of a ruler in the Toniná site museum

Minecraft keyring tools

Complexity:1
by Stewart Davies

A series of 5 minecraft tools (Sword, Pickaxe, Spade, Hoe and Axe) to add to your keychain. the thickness of each tool is 2mm high and prints quickly.

UPDATED FOR STAGE TWO Nestor Rubio Valdes - Faucet Water Saver

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by nestorrubio valdes

Design by Nestor Rubio Valdes: Stage Two: Faucet water saver works by turning in the direction of clockwise or counter clockwise to open or close the tap.

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