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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! Send us photo of your duke print to be added on object page and receive more Credits

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.

Triumph logo

Complexity:1
by 3D-RO

Print the keychain of your favourite motor company. Have Fun!The Triumph Motor Company was a British car and motor manufacturing company. The Triumph marque (trade-name) is owned currently by BMW. The marque had its origins in 1885 when Siegfried Bettmann (1863–1951) of Nuremberg formed S. Bettmann & Co and started importing bicycles from Europe and selling them under his own trade name in London.

vaza

Complexity:2
by garbage

This classic vase is perfect for keeping flowers and other decorative items. With a well designed rounded base and smooth finish this vase can be painted or decorated for a highly unique design and a nice addition to any mantelpiece.

X-wing game miniatures box: Tie Advanced

Complexity:3
by chriswolfe

X-wing miniatures game box: Tie Advanced Modular storage for your miniatures. Links to other boxes: X-wing game miniatures box: Tie Fighter X-wing game miniatures box: Tie Bomber X-wing game miniatures box: X-Wing X-wing game miniatures box: A-Wing

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! Design inspired by Supercell's Clash of Clans Universe

Ringed wacom pen holder

Complexity:5
by prabhakar21987

Here a is a large ringed Wacom pen holder for the Trojan Horse was a Unicorn MyMiniFactory 3D Design Competition. 

M&C SAATCHI

Complexity:1
by michaelaregan

An international advertising agency network formed in January 1995 by the brothers Maurice Saatchi and Charles Saatchi after they were ousted from the advertising agency group Saatchi & Saatchi which they had founded in 1970. The Group's holding company M&C Saatchi PLC is listed on the AIM Board of the London Stock Exchange.

Planet of the Apes -Law Giver

Complexity:2
by terrysmith

The Lawgiver is an orangutan character in the science fiction movie series Planet of the Apes. While mentioned and quoted in the first two instalments of the series, the Lawgiver only appears in the final Apes film, 1973's Battle for the Planet of the Apes, played by actor-director John Huston.

give a rats a**

Complexity:1
by ffvdboom

2014 Halloween Design Competition entry-Curiosity Cabinet   One for the Curiosity Cabinet Finally you can show people you do care, by giving them this ! no animals were harmed making this model, only bad humorbugs.

Pythagorean Theorem

Complexity:1
by cristianomaci

In mathematics, the Pythagorean theorem—or Pythagoras' theorem—is a relation in Euclidean geometry among the three sides of a right triangle. It states that the square of the hypotenuse (the side opposite the right angle) is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides. The theorem can be written as an equation relating the lengths of the sides a, b and c, often called the Pythagorean equation. This object would be at home in a school or at home to help teach or learn the theory by bringing it alive and off of the page.

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.

Claws

Complexity:2
by mattbagshaw

Rarrrgh! Its Claws. Files contains 2 tigers, one with Xmas hat one without. This cool little figurine of an unkown breed of animal called 'Claws' can be used as either a toy or just a cool little decoaration with his xmas hat on.

Horns

Complexity:2
by arifsethi

2014 Halloween Design Competition entry-Halloween Props 'I made the melmet but loved the horns so I decided to remade it as a decorative object too. Could be used for a hair clip or any decoration.'   This piece was modelled on nordic viking helmets, with large, twisted horns added to strike fear into the enemy. This style of helmet has been used in multiple games, most notably the recent Elder Scrolls game, Skyrim.

Tropical aquarium fish

Complexity:1
by humanti

This tropical fish figurine is perfect for your aquarium. The model will keep your own fish company as well as adding decoration to your tank.

Canon EW-73B Lens Hood

Complexity:2
by andrewcoyne

A replacement for your broken or lost Canon lens hood.  Recommending to use black or dark grey plastic to avoid color casts in your images. The addition of a lens hood can help prevent flares--those circles of light that can accompany images where a strong light source is just outside the fame. These type of lens flares occur when indirect light rays pass through the front lens elements but don't make it all the way through to the image sensor.  Designed for 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS EF-S and 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS Lenses  

Animals

Complexity:2
by mugegoken

Animals toy help to educate children the types of the animals. This piece of educational artwork can teach them their sharks from their snakes. Very educational.

Head at the San Francisco Asian Art Museum, USA

Complexity:1
by Jonathan Beck

This sculpture is part of an old, broken column originating from China. It depicts a head, presumably a female, possibly a healer meaning it was probably part of a decorational column to a medicine temple. Scanned by the team at Trnio This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Whether that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Crow's Skull

Complexity:2
by fredsena

Modeled with Zbrush, I created this skull following the original anatomy of a real one as reference. The final version was adapted to work better for 3D printing process, eliminating small unnecessary details. The result is a real looking crow's skull that will use minimal support and perfect finishing.

Cup

Complexity:1
by PRODUCTable

A cup with clean, futuristic lines. It can furnish your office or help you drink your coffee in style!

UPDATED FOR STAGE TWO Nestor Rubio Valdes - Faucet Water Saver

Complexity:
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.

Swamp Boy

Complexity:1
by LeonSingle

Swamp Boy. Lurks in the muddy depths of rivers and lakes. Despite his somewhat scary appearance, he is a fairly happy chappy. His look of astonishment is merely a smile among his species.  Testing the ability to print an organic design without the use of support is what brought this dude into existence. The design prints without support however there is risk of the mouth printing incorrectly.  

roller bearing

Complexity:3
by 3D-RO

Print your own roller bearing! "A rolling-element bearing, also known as a rolling bearing,[1] is a bearing which carries a load by placing rolling elements (such as balls or rollers) between two bearing rings. The relative motion of the pieces causes the round elements to roll with very little rolling resistance and with little sliding." Wikipedia

Brave Esboo Bird Bath

Complexity:1
by rachel lawson

Provides clean, fresh water for birds. This not only acts as a nice place to go for birds but also it makes a nice decoration for our garden. 

Bust of Nefertiti at the Egyptian Museum, Berlin

Complexity:2
by Jonathan Beck

There is an entire room set aside for this one lifesized bust depicting Nefertiti, a Queen in reign circa 1350 BC. She was famed for her religious recolution alongside her husband, Egyptian Pharoah Akhenaten. Akhenaten and Nefertiti were responsible for the creation of a whole new religion which changed the ways of religion within Europe. She reigned at what was arguably the wealthiest period of Ancient Egyptian history. Considered as being The Sun Queen, she sits in her room at the Egyptian Museum, gazing through the rooms of the museum, catching eyes with the statue of the sun-god Helios from Alexandria. The busyt was created around 1340BC by the court sculpture Thutmose, in whose studio in Amarna Nefertiti stood as a sculptor's model. The limestone core was given its final form by several laters of stucco on the crown and shoulders. The individuality of the artist and the personality of the queen unite to bring immediacy to the expression 'beyond space and time'.   This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Whether that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Geocache Container

Complexity:1
by michaelkappel

Geotrackable container with track for 4mm plexiglass insert. A design by Michael Kappel. What is Geocaching?

Tint Pen Holder wacom pen holder

Complexity:3
by spectoys

Stylish Wacom pen holder designed by Spectoys for our Trojan Horse was a unicorn competition.

Valdivia Figurine

Complexity:1
by sandinotorres

The "Venus" of Valdivia likely represented actual people, as each figurine is individual and unique, as can be seen by the hairstyles. Click the link to find more about Valdivia Culture. 

Detailed Sectioned Lightsaber

Complexity:2
by Kirby Downey

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

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.

My Mini Factory spool holder for Makerbot

Complexity:1
by jackimakr

This is a support free spool holder for makerbot printers, it can be fitted in Makerbot replicator 2 and 2X. It shows a nice My Mini Factory logo on the front.

Artichoke from the Donny Osmond Home Line, USA

Complexity:1
by Jonathan Beck

This marble sculpture depicts an artichoke, usually found adorning brick walls or fences for security and decoration. In the past artichokes and other fruits such as pineapples were considered fruits for the rich, hence why many people took to decorating their house with representations of them. Scanned by the team at Trnio. This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Whether that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Model House 'Americana'

Complexity:3
by aleksandartomic

Our first fully scaled down house, based on American suburbia. The internal structure of the house has been fully designed and includes a staircase leading to the upper floor. All the windows are printed seperately and fit perfectly into their slots. Different files are available so that you can customise the house with different open or closed windows. This model is great to paint after printing with white fillament. It was designed by Aleksandar Tomic.

Dummy doll

Complexity:3
by MyMiniFactory

A fully articulating dummy doll to use as a toy or decoration. The joints allow you to move all the parts in all directions resulting in various  postures.

Haremhab as a Scribe of the King at the MET, NY

Complexity:1
by Jonathan Beck

Haremhab was a royal scribe and general of the army under Tutankhamun. He continued to serve during the reign of Aya and eventually succeeded Aya as king.   This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Whether that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Virgo 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 !

Dragon

Complexity:1
by arifsethi

This model combines stylised design with the traditional form of the dragon. Perfect for decoration this fearsome creature will add a hint of mythology to wherever he is placed.

Mago the Magician

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

He sees the future, he remembers the past...he lives on the present. Fights evel with spells - his knowledgee makes Gandalth look like an aprentice.

Simple Cat Extruded Figure

Complexity:1
by MyMiniFactory

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

Le Corbusier Sofa

Complexity:3
by bizarro

A 3D model ready to print of the mythical Le Corbusier Sofa.Le Corbusier was a Swiss-French architect, designer, painter, urban planner, writer, and one of the pioneers of what is now called modern architecture. He was born in Switzerland and became a French citizen in 1930. His career spanned five decades, with his buildings constructed throughout Europe, India, and America.

Stylish Bookmark with Pencil Top

Complexity:2
by davidtan

Stylish bookmark with a Pencil top to boot! Impress your friends with a bookmark that spells "BOOKMARK" all over and a handy pencil that reinforce a statement that you're a *serious* reader. Never miss a page again as this bookmark will return you to the exact page you last left off in your reading journey!

Ear Cuffs Wings

Complexity:1
by Michele Badia

Ear cufflinks wings shape inspired! More models are coming stay tuned! These can really make your style very quirky and cool.

Rubik's Cube

Complexity:3
by MyMiniFactory

A replica of the the famous Rubik's Cube that had everyone puzzled 20 years ago. We think this is still a cool gadget and we would like to give it a 3D printing rebirth.

CASS Art Logo Plaque

Complexity:1
by michaelaregan

Featured at the Create In Kingston Event 2014, this Logo Plaque designed for CASS Art, London is now available for download.   CASS Art are committed to encouraging everyone to realise their creative talents, believing strongly that art brings freedom though creative expression.   CASS Art supports and promotes emerging talent through a number of prizes and numerous art initiatives across the capital as well as strategic partnerships with the ICA, National Portrait Gallery and the Royal Academy alongside many more.   www.cassart.co.uk   File contains STL for single extrusion. Hit the download button to get yours!

Raspberry Pie Case

Complexity:3
by marco valenzuela

A case to house your Raspberry Pi model B in shape of a pie, preventing damage to the chip board and making it easier to transport. The case snaps together to keep the board nice and secure inside, with gaps for the two USB ports and the 10/100 Ethernet controller. The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card-sized single-board computer developed in the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation with the intention of promoting the teaching of basic computer science in schools.

Hell-oween Flexy-Hand

Complexity:5
by stevegyrobot

2014 Halloween Design Competition entry- Curiosity Cabinet   A coffin shaped trick or treat sweet bowl with a scary blood stained severed Flexy-Hand. The Flexy-Hand can be animated by pulling the tendon rings at the rear of the coffin to scare any unsuspecting tricksters!! 

coca cola key chain

Complexity:1
by mugegoken

Coca cola fans will fizz with delight at this key chain. Perfect for keeping your keys organised and as a gift for your caffine loving friends.

Cutlery Coaster

Complexity:1
by 3DRene

A coaster designed to put your cutlery on, so that it doesn't damage the table. Built to accommodate a knife, spoon and fork.

Eggs for Breakfast Necklace

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

Fried Eggs for Breakfast is a continuation of the Food Collection. See also - - 'First Slice' Ring - Lollipop Pendants - The Rockabilly Doughnut Oversized Pendant - Bling Bling Icecream Pendants - Crossiant, Doughnut and Egg Rings

Butterfly Earrings

Complexity:1
by Eribari

Try these nice buttlefly earrings. They are a very cool little cute set of earrings that are perfect for spring and summer so the butterflys feel more welcome.  

Thunor, Saxon God of Thunder at V&A, London

Complexity:2
by coskucan

The frontally-seated crowned figure, dressed in a shoulder-cape and long robes, sits enthroned, his left foot on the lower step of the base, and his head turned to his left, a pose echoing Michelangelo's Moses. Base inscribed with a thunderbolt and the god's name, Thuner, in runic characters.  Thuner, the god of thunder, was one of the seven Saxon Deities executed by Rysbrack for Lord Cobham’s garden at Stowe, in Buckinghamshire. Each Saxon god was associated with a day of the week, and Thuner, the most powerful of the gods, was linked to Thursday. Originally placed in an open grove around an altar, by 1744 the statues were repositioned around the Gothic Temple of Liberty, designed by William Kent, and formed an integral part of the underlying political theme of the garden. The Saxon deities were separated after the Stowe sale of 1921, and the figure of Thuner reappeared in 1984 after having been in a Hampshire garden for over 60 years. The Saxon gods are tied in with the political iconography of Stowe, and symbolise Lord Cobham’s allegiance to the ideals of those Whigs who had broken away from Sir Robert Walpole. As such they symbolise an ancient British identity.  #SeventeenthCentury  

Mrs White

Complexity:3
by Daniel Schunemann

Beautifully sculpted figurine based on a character from the board game Cluedo. This model is supplied in three sizes of STL, both for the figurine and the base. The smallest should work well with the board game, I'm sure these will also work well with role playing games.

Robert Raikes at Whitehall Gardens, London

Complexity:3
by Jonathan Beck

This larger than life bronze sculpture, found at Whitehall Gardens in London, depicts philathropist and Anglican layman Robert Raikes. Raikes is most famous for his achievements in forming Sunday Schools and great advancements in the education system in the 19th Century. This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Either that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Aircraft Carrier

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

A scaled model of an Aircraft carrier ship. It is designed for a small printer but you can always sclae up and print a bigger model to capture more detail.

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Climbing Hold Round

Complexity:2
by michaelaregan

Create your own custom challenges with this abstract style climbing hold. This difficult grade climbing hold can help you improve your climbing skills and endurance. Print as many as you need to produce your personalised climbing wall. Scale it up or down to really personalise your wall and create your own challenges in the world of climbing.   Please note! Ensure there is at least 75% Infill on this product if being used for a climbing wall. Test the product at a low height before moving up as printer qualities tend to vary. For best results, print in Carbon fiber based filament. 

La Catrina

Complexity:5
by sajiddiaz

2014 Halloween Design Competition entry- Curiosity Cabinet   La Catrina Model Sculpted in Zbrush 4R6 by me, La Catrina is a famous character playing a central role in the El Dia de Muertos feast (day of the dead) Celebrated the 2nd of November In México.

Finger Mark iphone case

Complexity:1
by georgesamuel

An abstract finger mark with a elegant colour combination and sharp, accurate line finishes.

Bicycle Handlebar caps replacement

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

Bike handlebar spare part that can be very useful.

USB wrench

Complexity:3
by jackimakr

USB memory stick wrench, recommended for lovers of mechanics! You can use a micro USB like this one.

koi iphone case

Complexity:2
by samanthagriggs

Lovely koi swimming in bubbles of water.

Tesla Model S car

Complexity:2
by Michele Badia

Auto reviewers say that a tech-heavy cabin, stunning looks, athletic handling and a revolutionary powertrain make the 2013 Tesla Model S one of the most dynamic vehicles in the class. The Model S is powered by an electric motor, and test drivers are amazed by its responsive nature and ample power. A single-speed transmission is standard. The EPA reports that the 2013 Tesla Model S can go 208 miles on a charge with a 60 kWh battery pack, which is exceptional for an electric vehicle.

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.

On the Tiles

Complexity:3
by richard

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

Petshop Cat

Complexity:1
by MyMiniFactory

This awesome little kitty was inspired by the Chinese Fu-dog statues. This adorable cat model will be ideal for a first print and something to show off to your friends. The model also will take well to post processing techniques such as acetone or painting.

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 the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Either that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com! #EighteenthCentury

Oval Gears iphone case

Complexity:3
by bjp

A kinetic gears style iphone case,   The file contains a static, non-moving version, and a one printable in seperate moving parts,

Dot Clock

Complexity:2
by Stewart Davies

The Dot clock uses small components to allow for a bigger clock than a print bed is able to produce. The file comes with individual stl components so you can customize the clock filiment colours as you wish. You will need to purchase a Quartz clock mechanism but these can be easily found for about £1/$2 - £2/$3.75

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.

Radiator pipe covor

Complexity:1
by Kirby Downey

A replacement part for a radiator pipe cover.

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.

Transmission Chain

Complexity:2
by jackimakr

This chain is printable in one go, you just have to lay it flat onto the printbed. It's almost without support material and ready to use.

The Straight Story

Complexity:3
by richard

This is part of my moduler Wargames Battlefield. Each tile comes in three parts, the 'Terrain Support' is common to all the tiles. Each Terrain support connects to another with the 'Terrain Link'. You glue a 'Surface' on top of the support, these surfaces come in lots of designs, I'm working on Fantasy as well as Sci-Fi, dungeons, space ship corridors and lots more. This tile is a straight section of cobbled road, just the right size for carts and wagons.

Outcrop

Complexity:3
by richard

This is part of my moduler Wargames Battlefield. I've lots of designs and will be uploading them in the coming days and weeks. Each tile comes in three parts, the 'Terrain Support' is common to all the tiles. Each Terrain support connects to another with the 'Terrain Link'. You glue a 'Surface' on top of the support, these surfaces come in lots of designs, I'm working on Fantasy as well as Sci-Fi, dungeons, space ship corridors and lots more. This tile is a outcrop of rocks, great for a bit of cover in a fire fight. For the other tiles, look here;  http://www.myminifactory.com/object/view/493/Battlefield-Terrain-Field#sthash.luZ9eOJW.dpuf

Flashforge Creator Pro Fan duct

Complexity:1
by FlashForge

This fan duct is designed and made to fit a Flashforge Creator Pro, the cooling of the fan allows the machine to print in PLA too. it is very easy to assemble and easy to snap into place on the carriage. Everything you see in the images is inlcluded when you purchase your FlashForge Fan.

Caskstrength 3D Whiskey Case

Complexity:3
by MyMiniFactory

A 3D printable whiskey sleeve created in collaboration with Caskstrength Creative as part of their Caskstrength & Carry On 'A-Z of Whiskies. For its “D” release, Caskstrength released a 56.4% abv vatting of three Scotch single malt whiskies from Diageo’s stable – Dailuaine, Dalwhinnie and Dufftown – named 3D, blended by Caskstrength founders Joel Harrison and Neil Ridley under the supervision of Diageo master blender Matthew Crow.  Harrison said: “The three unique elements to this release have made this a hugely exciting project to work on.” He continues: “We feel that the 3D label and downloadable packaging demonstrate just how innovative Scotch whisky can be.”  

Headlight Bracket, 80's/90's Honda

Complexity:2
by drewtm

These spare parts are for Honda 1989 CRX which has a little plastic anchor that holds the headlight up/down adjustment screw into a sheet metal panel. Designer Drew Morgan says, 'I believe these Headlight Brackets are the same on all the civic family across quite a few adjacent years, and is probably used elsewhere on the car, too'. There are two models available. 

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.

Bike central mud guard

Complexity:3
by jackimakr

Central mud guard for mountain bikes, you can fix it using rubber bands. This part has been printed in Makerbot Replicator 2 3D printer.

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.

Turbofan engine

Complexity:4
by jackimakr

This model shows the basic components of a jet engine, the compressor with one stator, the combustion chamber and the turbine with stator. This is a single shaft engine, a similar one is used also on the Mirage fighter aircraft.

Wilton's Music Hall - Bar Sign

Complexity:1
by MyMiniFactory

You will find this sign in the bar of Wilton's Music Hall. Wilton’s is the world’s oldest surviving Music Hall and London’s best kept secret. This stunning and atmospheric building is home to an exciting programme of imaginative, diverse and distinct entertainment including theatre, music, comedy, cinema and cabaret. See the full range of products on display at Wilton's Music Hall! Find out more about the venue and events at: http://wiltons.org.uk/

Geiger-esque iphone case

Complexity:2
by mlager8

My take on a Geiger-esque inspires iphone case. Lots of tubes and ports/hatches.

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.

Doinkydoodle - Wolfy

Complexity:2
by lukenewell

Wolfy character sculpted by Doinkydoodles in Zbrush/Sculptris for MyMiniFactory. By a 10cm high print to for $15 :)

Violina iphone case

Complexity:1
by tiborrak

A case with the motif of the viola wind instrument.

Finger counting wall clock

Complexity:2
by Michele Badia

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

Winged Victory of Samothrace

Complexity:3
by Jonathan Beck

Famed as being the greatest masterpiece in Hellenistic art, this marble sculpture made in the 2nd Century BC depicts the Greek goddess Nike. Also called Nike of Samothrace this sculpture is on permanent display at the Louvre standing majestically at 2.4 metres high. What makes this sculpture iconic is its highly detailed wings and intricately sculpted fabric; also the fact that it is missing the head and arms is arguably what makes the sculpture so fascinating. #2ndCenturyBC   This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Either that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Steam Punk Apple iphone case

Complexity:1
by terrysmith

Steamed apple steam punk themed Iphone cover.

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.

George iphone case

Complexity:1
by tomkerpert

A custom name cover for my son George.

Lucky Strike Ashtray

Complexity:1
by felipepinz

A printable ashtray with Lukcy Strike branding. Lucky Strike is an American brand of cigarette owned by the British American Tobacco groups. Often referred to as "Luckies", Lucky Strike was the top selling cigarette in the United States during the 1930s. Print in ABS if using as an ashtray!

The Game of Thrones Hound's Head Helm

Complexity:3
by ricardoalves

I'm glad to present my latest work, The Game of Thrones Hound's Head Helm. This print consists of 4 pieces: the Head, the Jaw, the back and the front of the helmet. You can rotate the head to get the awesome look you like!!   This model was finished in acrylic paints and black great polish. See our blog for a tutorial using this technique. 

BMW Z1

Complexity:1
by felipepinz

The BMW Z1 was a two-seat roadster automobile developed by BMW. It was produced from March 1989 to June 1991. The Z1 featured doors which dropped down into the door sills. A total of 8,000 cars were produced. 

Latch Release Bar for Tektronix CG551AP or CG5001

Complexity:1
by davidpartridge

Part of the latch mechanism that holds a Tektronix CG551AP or CG5001 oscilloscope calibration generator in place in a TM500 series power frame.

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!

Boy iphone Case

Complexity:1
by Osin

 This design is from my profile picture. It's a vector diagram made by my friend.                

Clockwork circuitry iPhone case

Complexity:1
by andrewforster

  A mild mix of circuitry and clockwork. For those of you who like a little bit of Neo-Steampunk styling.   Designed in Blender version 2.69, with the aim to have no support structure needed. A resolution of 0.3mm will do fine, but thinner is better. The model was tested using the Mesh: 3D Print Toolbox add-on and exported using the Import-Export: STL format add-on.  

Gyro balls

Complexity:3
by MyMiniFactory

These three geospheres have been printed within each other and can move independently on thier axis. This impossible shape is truly somthing to behold once finished.

Bike single gear conversion

Complexity:2
by jackimakr

Bike part for the conversion to single gear.

GoPro Wrist Strap Band Mount

Complexity:2
by mieszkolacinski

Use this mount with every kind of straps and free your hands for other activities will filming with your Go Pro camera ! One standard M5 bolt 50mm long and an M5 nut or dome nut are required.

Burj Khalifa Tower in Dubai

Complexity:3
by MyMiniFactory

A replica of the famous Burj Khalifa skyscraper. If you haven't visited the tallest building in the world you can at least print a copy of it. This print is 40cm high and made in 4 parts that you can fit in a small printer like the UP mini or you can scale up if you have a bigger one. We printed it hollow in transparent filament, we made a base with a hole on top and put a LED light beneath to make it even more striking. 

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.

Popular 3D Printable Objects

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.

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

Guardians of the galaxy: Star lord's Mask

Complexity:1
by soulorigin89

Star-Lord is a master strategist and problem solver who is an expert in close quarter combat, various human and alien firearms, battle techniques and has extensive knowledge of various alien customs, societies and cultures, and considerable knowledge about cosmic abstracts, such as Oblivion. As Star-Lord, Peter Quill wears a suit that grants augmented strength and durability and the ability to travel through space. The character also uses an "Element Gun," a special meta-pistol capable of projecting one of the four elements (air, earth, fire and water). Star-Lord also shares a psychic link with his sentient space vessel, "Ship".(Wearable version coming soon! This model is a collectable 'NOT A WEARABLE' but feel free to adapt it if you have the skills!) Star-lord's Element guns avalaibe here Star-Lord's Rocket boosters avaliable here

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.    

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!

Minion Chess

Complexity:2
by billysides

Runner Up : Open Competition October 2013 - This set was inspired by the Despicable Me movies we've all come to love. I incorporated their love of BANANAS! with their desire to rule the world into this awesome little 3D printable chess set. Help ME...err I mean...them take over the world by downloading this set, and if I am selected as the winner, I will finish the set off by creating a set of Evil Minions for them to battle in this game of wits...even though that seems to be in short supply among the minion race.

Blank Mask

Complexity:1
by alanstanford

This mask comes in two versions. A full face mask and a masquerade style. Perfect for customisation - as we have provided this file in several formats for you - DXF, 3DS, STL, OBJ. If you need another format please email leon@myminifactory.com.  Why not push your deisgn skills to the limit, apply your artworks to the maks template and enter it into the MyMiniFactory Halloween design contest; the winning entrant will win a Flashforge dual-extruder 3D printer!

Star-lord's rocket boosters from Guardians of the Galaxy

Complexity:2
by Kirby Downey

These Rocket boosters are a replica of the ones worn by Star-lord in the new Marvel movie Guardians of the Galaxy. Star-Lord is a master strategist and problem solver who is an expert in close quarter combat, various human and alien firearms, battle techniques and has extensive knowledge of various alien customs, societies and cultures, and considerable knowledge about cosmic abstracts, such as Oblivion.  These boots allow for star lord to fly. the are easy to attach with simply velcro straps and a great additiopn for any Star-lord cosplay. Download Star-lords mask here Doanload star-lords Elemenet guns here

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.

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.

Destiny Cabal Phalanx

Complexity:2
by soulorigin89

  With one of the biggest games of the century just around the corner  I decided to model the Iconic Cabal Legionnaire from Destiny. The entire model was created inside Zbrush from primitives.   Cabal are a large, rhinoceros-like, bipedal race with thick grey skin, a flat nose, conical teeth, and small eyes.Despite being unable to breath the Martian atmosphere without their armor, the Cabal appear to exhibit an affinity to desert-like terrain, which is evident through their colloquial nomenclature and occupation of Mars. The race expresses a complex understanding of technology, seen with advanced armor, weapons, vehicles, and the art of space-faring.   Almost all Cabal technology contains an unknown black sludge which human laboratories have yet to find a way to synthesize.When killed, Cabal soldiers collapse loudly and "squirt dark oil from their livery."   If you would like to add an LED light as we did, then you can get the kit from Kitronik 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 Game of Thrones Hound's Head Helm

Complexity:3
by ricardoalves

I'm glad to present my latest work, The Game of Thrones Hound's Head Helm. This print consists of 4 pieces: the Head, the Jaw, the back and the front of the helmet. You can rotate the head to get the awesome look you like!!   This model was finished in acrylic paints and black great polish. See our blog for a tutorial using this technique. 

Anonymous Mask (Full Size)

Complexity:1
by fabiobautista

Remember remember, the fith of November. Guy Fawkes, the most famous of those inolved in the gunpowder plot, attempting to blow up the London houses of parliment in 1605 has since become the face of anti-establishment and protest. This iconic mask has been used around the world by various groups of people for fun or to send a more serious message. This halloween you can be Guy Fawkes, V for Vendetta or a member of Anonymous. Perfect for trick or treating or an evening of hacking. Whichever you prefer. Provided in two versions - As one single piece. And a version divided into sections to build a full scale mask!  

Captain Fallen Destiny

Complexity:4
by ricardoalves

My second work of the Destiny Collection was the Captain Fallen ! It comes in 11 pieces, that can be easily assembled. The Fallen are a nomadic race of four-armed bipedal humanoids. They're a species of pirates and mercenaries located on Earth and the Moon, and are of the primary antagonist race in Destiny     Read the Instructions before Printing it.

Night Fury Dragon

Complexity:2
by saschabose

"Speed: Unknown. Size: Unknown. The unholy offspring of lightning and death itself. Never engage this dragon. Your only chance, hide and pray it does not find you." -  Dragon Manual. The Night Fury is the rarest and most intelligent of the known species of dragon. It is small to medium-sized with a sleek, dark body with varying shades of a navy blue coloration. It sometimes appears bluish and has faint lighter patterns similar to that of a manta ray. Model of Toothless, the Night Fury from How To Train Your Dragon movie :-D

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.

P.E.K.K.A LV.1 Clash of Clans

Complexity:3
by soulorigin89

"Is P.E.K.K.A a knight? A samurai? A robot? No one knows! P.E.K.K.A's armor absorbs even the mightiest of blows, but it doesn't handle electricity too well ! This is my take on the awesome P.E.K.K.A character, It has fully articulating arms and head so you can pose the model. The model comes with the option to have two swords if you want that added lethality !   I hope you guys enjoy the model. You can find the rest of the Clash Of Clan miniature collection by clicking the link! Design inspired by Supercell's Clash of Clans Universe

Wizard Lv.1 Clash Of Clans

Complexity:2
by soulorigin89

"The Wizard is a terrifying presence on the battlefield. Pair him up with some of his fellows and cast concentrated blasts of destruction on anything, land or sky!" Out of the whole collection the Wizard is by far my favourite character from the game, he can dish out plenty of damage and level a base in no time. This model has been lovingly sculpted, in addition the arms are pose-able and the body rotates at the hip. Check out the other models ! Design inspired by Supercell's Clash of Clans Universe

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!

Barbarian LV.1 Clash Of Clans

Complexity:3
by ricardoalves

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 always choose the print for me option! Have fun!  Design inspired by Supercell's Clash of Clans Universe

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.

New 3D Objects

Cat-eye Glasses 'Orchid'

Complexity:2
by Michele Badia

Cat-eye eyewear is characterized by rounded frames that flare out near the temples. Cat-eye frames became popular in the 1950s and 1960s but still have a loyal following amongst women with a retro style. Cat-eye-shaped frames tend to be more playful and are ideal for women with square or diamond faces. This model features a Cat-Eye shape, with a Single Bridge. These Eyeglasses work well for people whose style is: Stylish Designer, Unique, Retro/Vintage, Cool/Trendy, Hipster, Nerdy     Frame Material: Plastic Lens Material: Plastic Lens Width: 61 mm Bridge: 14mm Arm: 140 mm

Angel of Death (Hellboy)

Complexity:3
by vasiliskatsaros

This is the bust of an iconic character created by Guillermo Del Toro, Angel of Death as seen in the film Hellboy: The Golden Army (2008). The Angel of Death is a personification of death. It has no eyes on his face because its eyes are on its wings. It lives in Bethmoora and is a friend of the goblin who built the Golden Army.While searching for the Golden Army, BPRD agents also were looking to remove the spear shard in Hellboy's chest. The Angel warns Liz Sherman that Hellboy will doom humanity and she will suffer greater if he lives, Liz accepts the consequences and the Angel magically removes the shard. The Angel then disappears, leaving the shard for the goblin.   Source: Hellboy wiki page

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.

Benjamin Franklin at the MET, New York

Complexity:2
by Jonathan Beck

Houdon's bust of Franklin was the first of his canonical portraits of leading figures in American history, among them Washington, Jefferson, John Paul Jones, the Marquis de Lafayette and Robert Fulton (1989.329). This marble, which follows the format of the original terracotta, captures those aspects of Franklin's somewhat sly persona, which so fascinated French society during his nine years in Paris (1776–85) representing the newly independent United States. His natural unpowdered hair, simple Quaker suits, and benign wit all stood in sharp contrast to the norms of diplomatic circles in which Franklin moved. Franklin's celebrity attracted fashionable hostesses and crowds in the street alike and his image was widely disseminated by the leading artists of the time. Houdon himself produced numerous examples of his Franklin portrait in various formats and media. This cleanly truncated version, in modern dress, was clearly preferred by contemporary American statesmen and anticipates George Washington's insistence that Houdon's statue of him (1792; State Capitol Building, Richmond) show the American president in modern uniform rather than pseudo antique garb. It has been much debated whether Franklin actually sat for Houdon or if the sculptor captured his vividly accurate image from mere passing acquaintance. He would have had ample opportunity to observe the American minister at the Masonic lodge of the Nine Sisters to which they, as well as many other artists and patrons in the expatriate community (e.g., Count Stroganov; see Voltaire and Diderot), belonged.   This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Either that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!  

Queen Charlotte Sculpture at Queen Park, London

Complexity:2
by Jonathan Beck

The statue of Queen Charlotte, previously thought to be that of Queen Anne, and believed to have been erected in 1775, is made of lead, once common for statues, but which passed out of use by Victorian times, apart from its use in ornamental garden statues, something of a fashion in the later 18th Century, and revived periodically later on. It is an attractive material, giving a white cast where the light falls, and looking blueish or blackish or almost beige depending on the light; very different in aspect from bronze. Being soft and heavy, it allows for fine detail, but tends to slump under its own weight, so that as well as internal support, lead statues tend to need external support too, hence the short pillar supporting the drapery on the Queen’s arm, and the solidity of the lower figure.   This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Either that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Green Goblin bust (Spider-Man)

Complexity:3
by vasiliskatsaros

This is the Green Goblin bust, as shown in the film "Spider-Man (2002)".  The Green Goblin is the alias of several supervillains that appear in comic books published by marvel Comics, with the first and most high-profile incarnation being Norman Osborn. It is a Halloween-themed supervillain whose weapons resemble bats, ghosts and jack-o'-lanterns. In the film version, this character has a new set of metallic armor and arsenal.

Scooby-Doo

Complexity:2
by vasiliskatsaros

This is the full model of Scooby Doo, the eponymous character and protagonist of the Scooby-Doo animated television series. 

Nike Goddess of Victory, Canary Wharf, London

Complexity:2
by Jonathan Beck

The Royal Arsenal in Woolwich is the permanent location for a statue of Nike which was given to London for hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games. The royal borough was chosen to receive the statue of the Greek Goddess of Victory on behalf of the capital after hosting a third of all the Olympic and Paralympic events. The four-metre high statue, created by Pavlos Angelos Kougiomtzis, was presented to London by the Ancient City of Olympia. The statue is a postmodern, contemporary take on the original sculpture, Winged Statue of Samothrace, also available on myminifactory!   This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Either that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

The Greek Boy in St James Park, London

Complexity:3
by Jonathan Beck

This marble sculpture, made in 1863 by Lady von Gleichen, depicts a boy crouching with a piece of fabric resting over his lap. His back is turned as he looks down towards the entrance of St James Park. It now sits above a public drinking fountain in the park.   This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Either that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Queen Margaret bust at the Usher Gallery, Lincoln, UK

Complexity:2
by Jonathan Beck

This 20th Century life-size bust by John Hodgson depicts Queen Margaret. Margaret (of Anjou) 23 March 1430 – 25 August 1482) was the wife of King Henry VI of England. As such, she was Queen of England from 1445 to 1461 and again from 1470 to 1471. Born in the Duchy of Lorraine, into the House of Valois-Anjou, Margaret was the second eldest daughter of René I of Naples and Isabella, Duchess of Lorraine. She was one of the principal figures in the series of dynastic civil wars known as the Wars of the Roses and at times personally led the Lancastrian faction. Due to her husband's frequent bouts of insanity, Margaret ruled the kingdom in his place. It was she who called for a Great Council in May 1455 that excluded the Yorkist faction headed by Richard, Duke of York, and thus provided the spark that ignited a civil conflict that lasted for over thirty years, decimated the old nobility of England, and caused the deaths of thousands of men, including her only son Edward of Westminster, Prince of Wales, at the Battle of Tewkesbury in 1471.   This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Either that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Halloween Steam Punk Mask

Complexity:3
by ricardomanso

2014 Halloween Design Competition entry- Halloween Prop   Halloween Steam Punk Mask is a mask with a large influence of the steam punk world, where I tried more rigid and mechanical forms in contrast with some more organic and fluid elements. I tried to create a mask that was frightening and at the same time elegant and complex, creating a disturbing character as Halloween mask should be. 

Dinosaur head

Complexity:2
by vasiliskatsaros

This is a dinosaur head inspired by the famous T-Rex.  The neck is quite large to support the head so the model can stand by itself on a flat surface. The model was printed in two parts and then glued together (see howto for details). 

Nigerian Figurine sculpture at the Usher Gallery, Lincoln, UK

Complexity:2
by Jonathan Beck

This sculpture was presumably made in Nigeria due to his characteristic design of the country. It is a life-size totem depicting a male figure in granite. It is on permanent display at the Usher Gallery in Lincoln.   This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Either that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Aged Whitetail Deer Skull Helm

Complexity:2
by austinkbutler

2014 Halloween Design Competition entry- Halloween Prop   This whitetail deer skull was captured through a scan I did a year ago, then molded into a helmet that fits atop your forehead. This is a must have for anyone preparing for ground combat if you want that intimidation factor. Just think, Robert Baratheon himself wore a similar helm during the Battle of the Trident! The scale should be adjusted for your individual size, and I'd probably print this with some good support or on the model. Just remember that this helm is not intended to stop any kind of impact, weapon, projectile, war hammer, or any other attack meant to crush, pierce, or slice your skull. valar morghulis.

Truncated Cuboctahedron

Complexity:1
by mugegoken

We usually study the 3D information on 2D papers and 2D screens. However for some pupils it could be difficult to transform 2D information in to 3D without actually seeing them and touching them in the 3-Dimensional world. The 3D printed polyhedrons provide the pupils an opportunity to understand them easier and better as now they can see and touch them in the 3D world.This project is part of our Transforming 2D information in to 3D project. If you have any ideas what can be modeled and can not find them on our website, please email your ideas to info@MyMiniFactory.com.

Charles Martel at the Palace of Versailles, France

Complexity:3
by Jonathan Beck

This larger than life marble sculpture depicts Charles Martel, a Frankish statesman and military leader who was a De Facto leader of Francia from 718 until his death. He halted the Islamic advance into Wester Europe at the Battle of Tours. The sculptor of the piece is unknown but it was cleaned in the 19th Century and put on permanent display at the Palace of Versailles.    This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Whether that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Half Life Police Mask 3D Print

Complexity:2
by 3DCLOUD

2014 Halloween Design Competition entry- Halloween Prop   Half-Life is first person shooting game developed by Valve. You are the theoretical Physicst Dr. Gordon Freeman who is a scientist at an underground research facility in new mexico. After opening a portal to another world, there has been an alien invasion that has swarmed into the research facility as well as the Hazourdous Environmental Control Unit of the US military come to kill everything on site in order to cover up this disaster.    This mask is from the military unit in the game, HEcU, and has become iconic of the game alongside the infamous headcrabs.

Effigy of a Knight at the V&A, London

Complexity:1
by Jonathan Beck

This tomb effigy was discovered in an underfloor vault during excavations in a chapel space at Lesnes Abbey, Kent. The chapel was probably the site of the Abbey's Lady Chapel, which was built in the 1370s. This effigy is somewhat older than that, and this would explain its unusual placement in an underfloor vault: it was either in an earlier chapel on this site, or was moved here from elsewhere in the abbey.   This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Whether that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Wave Bird Bath - Bird House Community

Complexity:1
by xyzworkshop

This birdhouse series comprises of three separate parts: two bird houses and a community bird bath. Each component of the birdhouse is designed to reflect the character of its feathered occupant. The birds hangout together in the communal bird bath that displays an intricate wave pattern, hang it in your garden or allotment. Visit - Jack Twitter's Circuit Board Birdhouse  Jill Sparrow's Lace Birdhouse 

Plaster bust of Alfred Tennyson at the Usher Gallery, Lincoln

Complexity:1
by Jonathan Beck

A bust of Poet Lord Alfred Tennyson stands in Poets' Corner in Westminster Abbey on August 5, 2009 in London. Lord Tennyson, Poet Laureate, was born in Somersby, Lincolnshire on August 6, 1809. He died on October 6, 1892 and was buried in the Abbey on October 12th in a ceremony attended by thousands of mourners.   This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Either that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Blacksmith in Camden, London

Complexity:2
by Jonathan Beck

This bronze sculpture can be found near the horse stables market in Camden, London, on permanent display. The sculpture depicts a blacksmith working on a horseshoe with a hammer and nail in his hands. It is lifesize and sits in the street, welcome to interaction with passers by.   This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Whether that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Demon Bust

Complexity:3
by amauryd

2014 Halloween Design Competition entry- Curiosity Cabinet This bust of a servant demon was inspired by the aesthetics of the Blizzard games. 

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Complexity:1
by michaelaregan

Personalise your climbing wall with this Owl themed climbing hold, this hold can not only provide new challenges and help improve your climbing skills but also create exciting environments when climbing. Unleash your creativity and add a lick of paint to the wall to fully create the illusion of climbing higher into the trees whilst meeting this uplifting owl along the way!   Scale him up or down to really personalise your wall and create your own challenges in the world of climbing. Don't climb? No problem, he makes a rather cute decoration is you just want to hand him on your wall.    Please note! This product must be printed with 75% Infill or more if being used for a climbing wall. Test the product at a low height before moving up as printer qualities tend to vary. For best results, print in Carbon Fiber based filament. 

Second Fountain in Lodz, Poland

Complexity:2
by Jonathan Beck

This sculpture is of a set of three fountains (also archived on Scan The World) each depicting a child or a couple of children sitting around the bowl of the fountain. There is a fish featured on each of the fountains. This sculpture was scanned by Kris.   This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Whether that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

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.

brain box for the minecraft creeper anatomy

Complexity:1
by Kirby Downey

This is a little hidden compartment which can hold jewelry, coins or anything that can fit in it, slides straight into the skull of the creeper hiding it! Its a great place for any Minecraft fan to hide thier trinkets!  The MineCraft creeper anatomy can be downloaded here

Hippopotamus at the Natural History Museum, London

Complexity:2
by Jonathan Beck

This model is a male hippopotamus; male hippopotamuses are generally larger and more heavily built than females. Males fight spectacular battles in water. Roaring loudly, they ram their open jaws at each other and clash their huge canines- sometimes inflicting deep wounds. Hippopotamuses have been known to take on crocodiles and sharks. They deposit large quantities of extrement in water. this 'fertilizer' is vital for the growth of water plants- the food of other animals. This model can be found at the Natural History Museum in South Kensington, London This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Either that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Raven Skull

Complexity:3
by RavenSkull

2014 Halloween Design Competition entry- Curiosity Cabinet   Ravens are depicted throughout traditional folklore and mythology as spooky intelligent dark and adaptable characters. They are often seen as scary because of their natural black colour and shadow like appearance. This Raven resting on two skulls will chill out any light hearted halloween party animal.   https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8IxvRA_ugDleTVMVW9WdGUxTUk/view?usp=sharing

Hand Grenade Trap

Complexity:4
by Badscr

2014 Halloween Design Competition entry- Curiosity Cabinet   Scare your friends with this hand grenade trap, which looks like something out of Saw! This 10 part file makes the piece both mechanical and terrifiyingly real. Be prepared for the season of trick or treat!

Aphrodite at the Usher Gallery, Lincoln, UK

Complexity:2
by Jonathan Beck

This bust of Aphrodite, the goddess of love, pleasure and procreation, is a copy of a 2nd century roman copy of a greek sculpture by praxiteles.   This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Either that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Crouching Woman at La Musée Rodin, France

Complexity:3
by Jonathan Beck

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 the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Whether that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Bob the Biped Angry Head

Complexity:2
by mledwold

Bob gets angry with the addition of this new head design. Download this new head to leave no one in any doubt about how your biped is feeling!

Horrow Zombie 3D Print - Halloween Costume

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. 

Scorpion Mask - Mortal Combat 3D Print Halloween Costume

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.    

Death Gun Mask from Swords Art Online (Full Size)

Complexity:2
by lukaverigikj

Death Gun is a player who claims he possesses the ability to kill other players in real life by killing their avatar in the game. He targets the best Gun Gale Online players in order to gain fame and strike fear in the heart of all the VRMMO players. This mask would be great to wear at halloween or it would make a great decorative item for the home.

Jack-O-Lantern Mask

Complexity:2
by fabiobautista

2014 Halloween Design Competition entry- Halloween Prop    This is an evil mask of Jack-O-Lantern. The model captures the scary look of a pumpkin creature with some unique details and nice features. It is printable in a single piece or separate parts to build the full scale mask. The perfect element for creepy halloween adventures.

WILTON'S MUSIC HALL candle holder

Complexity:1
by Michele Badia

Candle holder. based on the famous columns that can be found in England's oldest surviving music hall, Wiltons in London (opened in 1859!).Wilton's Music Hall. Wilton’s is the world’s oldest surviving Music Hall and London’s best kept secret. This stunning and atmospheric building is home to an exciting programme of imaginative, diverse and distinct entertainment including theatre, music, comedy, cinema and cabaret.

Stanisław Staszic sculpture in Lodz, Poland

Complexity:3
by Jonathan Beck

Stanisław Wawrzyniec Staszic [staˈniswaf ˈstaʂit͡s] (6 November 1755 – 20 January 1826) was a leading figure in the Polish Enlightenment: a Catholic priest, philosopher, geologist, writer, poet, translator and statesman. A physiocrat, monist, pan-Slavist (after 1815) and laissez-fairist, he supported many reforms in Poland. He is particularly remembered for his political writings during the "Great (Four-Year) Sejm" (1788–92) and for his support of the Constitution of 3 May 1791, adopted by that Sejm. He co-founded the Warsaw Society of Friends of Learning (precursor to the Polish Academy of Sciences), of which he became president. He served as a member of the State Council of the Duchy of Warsaw and as minister of trade and industry in Congress Poland. Staszic is seen as the father of Polish geology, statistics, sociology, Tatra Mountains studies and exploration, mining and industry. The larger than life sculpture depicts him standing upon a podium, made in the 19th Century   This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Either that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Brain Mask 3D Print - Halloween Costume

Complexity:2
by 3DCLOUD

2014 Halloween Design Competition entry- Halloween Prop   Stuck for a costume? Print your self one of these creepy brain masks. The mask comes with pre cut holes to attach string or elastic for easy assembly. 

Triple Eyes Alien Mask - Halloween 3D Print

Complexity:2
by 3DCLOUD

2014 Halloween Design Competition entry- Halloween Prop   When spooky ghouls and scary ghosts come out to play, this is when you know halloween is at bay. With things out of this world, this triple eyed alien has arrived from a far away planet. 

Cyclop Monster Coffee Mug - 3D Ceramic Printing

Complexity:3
by 3DCLOUD

2014 Halloween Design Competition entry- Curiosity Cabinet   Drink from the head of your enemies with this Cyclops coffee mug. Cyclops' were considired primodrial race of giants, with a singular bulbous eye on their forehead. They are common place in mythology and will be another specimen for out cabinet of curiosities.

Sailboat Sculpture at Brigintine, America

Complexity:2
by Jonathan Beck

This contemporary public sculpture piece was made in the late 20th Century, a gift to the public by an anonymosu sculptor. It was made to commemorate the shipping and sailing industry around the area of Brigantine in New Jersey. The sculpture is made out of marble and is about 1 metres high.   This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Whether that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Bob the Biped Halloween Head

Complexity:2
by mledwold

Bob the Biped takes on a scary unhinged persona with this remodelled head design. In time for halloween, download this new head to customise your biped ready to send him out trick or treating. 

Aquatic Monster

Complexity:5
by gtrueba

2014 Halloween Design Competition entry-Halloween Prop   Turn yourself into a slimy monster that just crawled out of the bottoms of the ocean. The possibilities are endless ! Whether its barnacles, shells, crabs or octopuses, print accessories out and add them on! Suggestions: Print skin in aquatic colors (Green or aquamarine highly suggested) Print barnacles separately. choose what barnacles you want to put on your costume from the full model and print separately. Barnacles can be printed in any variety of colors, orange, pink and white (natural barnicle colors) or a varietion on the green used for the skin or a cyan blue. ) Further suggestions: Print shells, crabs, fish, octopi, corals to stick on to you.

Alfred Tennyson Bust at The Usher Gallery, Lincoln

Complexity:1
by Jonathan Beck

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 Usher Gallery in Lincoln.   This object is part of the Scan The World initiative, a project attempting to archive as many art sculptures and monuments from around the world as possible. Either that be from the street, galleries or museums, we are always looking for new statues and models to be scanned. Submit your photographs to us at stw@myminifactory.com!

Cuboctahedron

Complexity:1
by mugegoken

We usually study the 3D information on 2D papers and 2D screens. However for some pupils it could be difficult to transform 2D information into 3D without actually seeing them and touching them in the 3-Dimensional world. The 3D printed polyhedrons provide the pupils an opportunity to understand them easier and better as now they can see and touch them in the 3D world.This project is part of our Transforming 2D information in to 3D project. If you have any ideas what can be modeled and can not find them on our website, please email your ideas to info@MyMiniFactory.com.

Beats Headphones for Bob

Complexity:1
by mledwold

A miniature set of headphones, modelled in the 'Beats' style to fit perfectly over Bob's head.   Print off a set to add some more style and personality to your biped.   The headphones are split into two halves, making them an easy print without requiring any support material. Simply glue the two halves together once printed to complete. 

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.

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