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Frostmourne from Warcraft

Complexity:3
by Kirby Downey

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

Spinning Cube

Complexity:1
by Kirby Downey

This Cube with in a circle is a great mechanical desk top object to play with and a great item to show off what your 3D printer can do! The object is printed as one and spins freely once the four support pins are cut off. 

Baneling Head

Complexity:0
by 4theswarm

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

Trigger mechanism

Complexity:1
by Kirby Downey

This is a simple trigger mechanism which uses small elastic bands as a spring for the hammer. This can be used as a guide in your own models or can be merged into existing ones.

Dead Star amplifier

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

This universal smartphone stand can accommodate even biggest 4.4 inch model phones and amplifies their sound quite well.

Gothic Chess Set

Complexity:2
by mieszkolacinski

Gothic inspired chess set created from original sketches from the Marks and Spencers 3D printing challenge. Check out more chess sets here.

Smile Case

Complexity:1
by georgeloukrezis

Its a simple logo for when you want to take a photo to your friends to encourage them to smile ;)

Bookmark-Penguin

Complexity:1
by 3dexcel

A nice little bookmark in the shape of a penguin to keep your page.

Sheldonian Bust in Oxford, UK

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

Lining the fences of the Sheldonian in Oxford are a series of 13 square pillars toppted by head-and-shoulder busts marking its front boundary. The official name for such heads is “herms”; the original accounts describe these heads as “termains”; and some people call them philosophers. But Max Beerbohm in Zuleika Dobson called them “Emperors”, and that is the name that has stuck. Each head shows a different type of beard. The present heads are the third set. The first set lasted 200 years, but by 1868 they were crumbling and new ones were erected; undergraduates, however, daubed these in paint, and the harsh cleaning they received caused them to wear badly, so that they could be described by John Betjeman (in his verse autobiography Summoned by Bells) as “the mouldering busts round the Sheldonian” when he came up in 1925.  This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

MakerBot Rep 2 stand

Complexity:
by francfalco

I had to raise my printer up from the desk surface to allow a larger filament spool to fit behind - i did have it standing on some old books, but not a great look! So, I created this stand. No support or raft needed. Print at low res. The .stl file attached elevates the printer 100mm (approx) from the desk. However, the stand height is easily adjusted in any 3d software. Print x 4 and you'll need to replace the existing lower corner hex head bolts with 5mm longer thread versions to secure the stands to the printer. Enjoy!

Tau Fire Warrior

Complexity:
by Stefanos

I started making a new concept character in Zbrush specifically dlp 3D printing, in this case the B9Creator. I chose the Tau Fire Warrior from Warhammer and interpreted it in my own way. I made the whole thing in Zbrush. I had a base mesh modelled in 3D Studio Max and then sculpted the body in Zbrush, I then masked the areas so I could get the right shape for the suit. I created the parts separately so I could add specific details to individual parts. I then used edge loops remesh and project all for clean parts, and then sculpted a bit to get the final shape. After finishing all the details, I had to try the tpose in Zbrush so I could pose the model. After that I merged everything together using dynamesh and Zremesh, project all and finally decimation master for it to be ready to print on the B9Creator. it took me 5 days to finish it, I ran into some errors with Zbrush but in the end I think it came out really well! The brushes that i used: clay buildup move brush slash 3  dam standard   I used a variety of masks for the rocky base  A Fire Warrior is a member of the Tau Fire Caste and thus serves as the primary soldier and the core combatant of the Tau Empire multispecies armed forces. Fire Warriors are efficient, professional soldiers. They are well-equipped,and their absolute belief in the Greater Good and their fanatical trust in the Ethereal Caste makes them deeply determined soldiers, grim in defence and aggressive on the attack. http://www.imakr.com/home/108-b9creator-kit.html

Pittsburgh Penguins Logo

Complexity:1
by 3D-RO

The Pittsburgh Penguins are a professional ice hockey team based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They are members of the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). The franchise was founded in 1967 as one of the first expansion teams during the league's original expansion from six to twelve teams. The Penguins played in the Civic Arena, also known to Pittsburgh fans as "The Igloo", from the time of their inception through the end of the 2009–10 season. They moved into their new arena, Consol Energy Center, to begin the 2010–11 NHL season. They have qualified for four Stanley Cup Finals, winning the Stanley Cup three times in their history – in 1991, 1992, and 2009.

Love ring

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

A small stylish love ring that can be printed for your beloved other half.The Inner diameter of this ring is 16mm but you can always scale it up.

Spinal Stand

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

The spinal stand provide a stable display for the spinal bones available on the website. The stand is sterdy and available for 3 part contruction as well as a whole printable peice. The hook are sepereate to the stand, to be assembled/ arranged as necessary Download the spinal bones - Cervical Vertebrae Thoracic Lumbar Sacrum

Leányka

Complexity:1
by humanti

Hungarian wine goddess, overviewing the most fine white grapes. Print it and dispose it on your table to remember the sunny times with your friends around a bottle of wine.

Pen Stand

Complexity:4
by prabhakar21987

This is my unique design for a pen holder! It usues small intricate shapes to produce a beautiful little stand to liven up your desk space.

Triton and a Naiad Fountain in Vienna, Austria

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

This impressive marble sculpture depicts a hectic scene between two Greek mythological characters. Triton, son of Neptune and messenger of the sea, is seen encountering a water nymph known as a Naiad. Triton is often represented as a merman and is often accompanied with other animals found by the water. Triton sits on a conch shell and holds a paddle while a seated naked Naiad offers him a stand of pearls. The sculpture is larger than life, sculpted in the 19th century by Anton Schmidgruber, and can be found alongside three other similar fountains sculpted by him in the Maria Theresa Square in Bienna, Austria. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Cat

Complexity:1
by Akravator

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

Bang Bangle

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

This wave bracelet smoothly bends around your wrist replicating the flow of water. This is a very cool bracelet that can be painted to whatever colour you like to suit you.  

Bird House

Complexity:1
by Aigre-vice

this is a full size birdhouse that is fully 3D printable with out supports. It is broken down into 5 seperate pieces, which slot together quickly and effectively.  It is based on a traditional bird house with a single small hole in the centre of a house shaped box.

Franz Xaver Messerschmidt

Complexity:1
by ricardoalves

Franz Xaver Messerschmidt was a German well known sculptor, who became known by his larger than lifesize tin marble and bronze statues. I took my favorite bust from the sculptor and 3D Printed it. If you would like to see any other, just let me know ! This is one of a collection of 64 "canocial grimaces"  of the human face, using himself as a template

Gopro hand Grip

Complexity:3
by mieszkolacinski

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

Bookend man

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

This bookend man will assist in holding your books straight and will add a little style to your home. You can print in a high resolution to get more detail on the man's figure. 

DC Hero Ring Set

Complexity:2
by Kirby Downey

This Ring Set holds the Logos of four popular DC comic heros, Batman, Superman, The Flash and The Green Lantern. These are easy to print with little support, each ring takes roughly 30 min to print. These rings are great for when you want to show off your favourite super hero to fellow fans and at events like Comic Con.

Cofee table

Complexity:1
by Manuel Piñeiro

Simplistic coffee table perfect for decoration and models for dolls houses. It is in two parts for support free printing

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.

Bust of Perikles at The British Museum, London

Complexity:1
by Scan The World

This is a Roman copy of an original portrait which was perhaps created in Perikles' own day, or shortly after his death. However, it probably bears little physical resemblance to Perikles' actual appearance, showing an ideal type of the mature soldier citizen, wearing a helmet pushed back on his head.   This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Support free Christmas Ball

Complexity:1
by Kirby Downey

This is an easy to print support free christmas ball. just in time for the christmas season.

Glad Buddha

Complexity:2
by humanti

A Buddha figurine for the word football championship.  This is a beautifully detailed sculpture of a seated Buddha, perhaps it will bring you good luck!

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 

'White Flowers' Corset

Complexity:4
by Michele Badia

The most common and well-known use of corsets is to slim the body and make it conform to a fashionable silhouette. Across the last century the corset has been used to change the body shape  emphasizes a curvy figure by reducing the waist, in some periods, corsets have been worn to achieve a tubular straight-up-and-down shape, which involves minimizing the bust and hips.    Traditionally, a corset supports the visible dress and spreads the pressure from large dresses, modern corset wearers also wear corset liners for many of the same reasons, but tight-lacers also use them to prevent rope burn from the corset's laces. An "overbust corset" encloses the torso, the 3d printed corset    Belong to this category, made by using  a classic 3d printing filaments such as PLA and Ninjiaflex.       Designed to fit on the body as a normal corset,it has  shoulders straps and details printed in ninjiaflex.     Very accurate design, however it's going to be available in different sizes, and it can be personalized  (by scanning the person who want it)  and  the  design (texture, shape)  can be changed on demand. Designed to fit on the body as a normal corset,it has  shoulders straps and details printed in ninjiaflex. Very accurate design, however it's going to be available in different sizes, and it can be personalized  (by scanning the person who want it)  and  the  design (texture, shape)  can be changed on demand.  

Low_Poly Rockman (Megaman) Helmet

Complexity:1
by csl0304

MegaMan (Rockman in Japan), is Capcoms most prolific franchise with over 29 million copies being sold worldwide. There have been over 50 games created over a nearly 3 decades. MegaMan is an android called Rock, created as a lab assisstant by the scientist Dr. Light. Following treachery by Dr. Wily, Rock was converted into a battle robot to defend the world from Wily's violent robotic threats. Thus becomes MegaMan   -Wikipedia   This is a small scale, low poly helmet from the original game!

Parametric glass

Complexity:1
by jackimakr

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

Kushty (Street Art Graffiti)

Complexity:2
by Benny Normal

I developed this piece from a Kushty outline street art tag as shown in the photo. It has a distinct old school style of 2 dimensional letter forms. Therefore the object remains quite flat but the letters twist and curve to overlap each other. As the original piece stands from the ground up, so does the printed form.   This is prepared to print diagonally across and within a 130mm square bed.

Lotus Leaf 3D Print Cup

Complexity:1
by 3DCLOUD

Support free design competition Product design Lotus Leaf 3D Print Cup to use as stationary or a nice decoration for your christmas table.

Skyline convertible

Complexity:3
by Michele Badia

Check out this Nisan skyline inspired toy car ! A skillfully modeled sports car which can be assembled in seconds with rotating wheels. This awesome model demonstrates the capabilities of 3D printing and the ingenuity in which parts can be assembled. Feel free to acetone the body for that gloss finish. Download now !

Lady with Hat

Complexity:4
by humanti

This ia a 3D printable version of Margit Kovács pretty sculpture, Lady with Hat. Margit Kovács was a prolific ceramic artist who began exhibiting in Budapest in the 1920s. She produced statuettes, pots, plates, wall plaques and tiled murals under themes of country folk, family life and bible stories.   This statue is a clear example of her characteristic curved shape and smooth flowing lines and would make a great household decoration. By the same sculptress: Bride Getting Ready

Boomerang

Complexity:1
by rogersexton

The boomerang is an Australian icon that has been used for centuries for sports, games and hunting. It was used by the australian aborigines as a weapon to hunt down their food. It is a flat design that spins on an axis. They are commonly known to come back to the thrower if thrown correctly

70's Mood Glasses

Complexity:2
by Michele Badia

The vintage 70's  Sunglasses are the hottest pairs of sunglasses on the market right now. Stylish desing, and maximum confort!! This sunglasses are made with the carbon fiber filment: http://www.imakr.com/filament/35-carbon-fiber-285mm.html

Physical Energy at Kensington Gardens, London

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

Sculpted by George Frederick Watts in the late 1800s, This bronze statue of man on horseback is called Physical Energy and commemorates Cecil Rhodes, the diamond miner and founder of Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe. It is one of several memorials in Kensington Gardens to leading figures of the 19th century. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

New York Giants Logo

Complexity:1
by rozoom

The New York Giants are a professional American football team located in the New York metropolitan area. The Giants are currently members of the East Division of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the National Football League (NFL). The team plays its home games in East Rutherford, New Jersey at MetLife Stadium, which it shares with the New York Jets in a unique arrangement. The Giants hold their summer training camp at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center at the Meadowlands Sports Complex.

Dion and Aphrodite - Elgin marbles, at The British Museum, London

Complexity:1
by Scan The World

These two female figures, interpreted as Dione and her daughter Aphrodite, or Thalassa (the Sea) on the lap of Gaia (the Earth), is a section of a pediment from the Parthenon at Athens, part of a collection now known as The Elgin Marbles at the Brituish Museum, London. The Parthenon Marbles, also known as the Elgin Marbles are a collection of classical Greek marble sculptures (mostly by Phidias and his assistants), inscriptions and architectural members that originally were part of the Parthenonand other buildings on the Acropolis of Athens. Thomas Bruce, the 7th Earl of Elgin claimed to obtain in 1811 a controversial permit 'not to remove statues but what he might discover in specific excavation' from the Ottoman house, which then ruled Greece. From 1801 to 1812, Elgin's agents removed about half of the surviving sculptures of the Parthenon, as well as architectural members and sculpture from the Propylaea and Erechtheum. The Marbles were transported by sea to Britain. In Britain, the acquisition of the collection was supported by some, while others likened Elgin's actions to vandalism or looting. Following a public debate in Parliament and the subsequent exoneration of Elgin, the marbles were purchased by the British government in 1816 and were passed to the British Museum, where they stand now on display in the purpose-built Duveen Gallery.   This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.  

Chip Clip

Complexity:1
by ASSIG

Here is a printable chip clip to keep your food closed and ready to be reused. The clips gun shape is guarenteed to make your food fresh and your cupboard stylish.

Aphrodite at the Royal Ontario Museum, Canada

Complexity:3
by Scan The World

The sculptural type of Venus Genetrix shows the Roman goddess Venus in her aspect of Genetrix (mother), as she was honoured by the Julio-Claudian dynasty of Rome, who followed the precedent of Julius Caesar in claiming her as their ancestor. Through this historical chance, a Roman designation is applied to an iconological type of Aphrodite that originated among the Greeks. On the night before the decisive battle of Pharsalus (48 BC), Julius Caesar vowed to dedicate a temple at Rome to Venus, supposed ancestor of his gens. In fulfilment of his vow he erected a temple of Venus Genetrix in the new forum he constructed. Contemporary references identify the cult statue in the temple as by a certain Greek sculptor, Arkesilaos. Two types, represented in many Roman examples in marble, bronze, and terra cotta, contend among scholars for identification as representing the type of this draped Venus Genetrix. Besides the type described further below, is another, in which Venus carries an infant Eros on her shoulder. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Evolution

Complexity:1
by mugegoken

This necklace pendant design is inspired by the Theory of Evolution and is perfect for those with a street style. Stand tall and make a fashion statement wearing this unique piece of jewellery.

Goudreinet Apple

Complexity:1
by 3DRene

Apple designed with the Goudreinet restaurant logo. Taking its name from the apple of the same name, this popular Dutch restaurant has been feeding hungry travelers for many years.

Tank

Complexity:1
by MyMiniFactory

A miniture army tank to suit army lovers. Scale model of military vehicle for you to print (height 5-10 cm)

St Louis Rams Logo

Complexity:1
by rozoom

The St. Louis Rams are a professional American football team based in St. Louis, Missouri. They are currently members of the West Division of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the National Football League (NFL). The Rams have won three NFL Championships (two pre-merger, and one Super Bowl), and are the only NFL team to win championships in three different cities (Cleveland, Los Angeles, and St. Louis).

Smaller mistake - Bracelet

Complexity:3
by candy_robber

Smaller mistake bracelet is fun and very versatile. It is necessary to print support structure but it is easily removable. This bracelet is not just a voronoi bracelet but a "broken" voronoi bracelet. It looks amazing!

vase

Complexity:1
by Loki Laufeysen

A small rounded vase with a solid base. Perfect for keeping flowers and other decorative items, this vase will make a nice addition to your mantelpiece. For a highly unique design the vase can be painted or decorated to please your personal tastes.

Grenade Themed Pot

Complexity:2
by michaelaregan

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

Vinyl Record Holder

Complexity:1
by Mase3d

This is vinyl record holder for 5 records. It is shaped like a small pacman ghost to throw you straight back to the oldschool! It can be printed in any resolution and without support

Pikachu

Complexity:1
by ricardoalves

Pikachu electrocuting MyMiniFactory !    It evolves from Pichu when leveled up with high friendship and evolves into Raichu when exposed to a Thunder Stone. Pikachu is popularly known as the mascot of the Pokémon franchise and a major representative of Nintendo's collective mascots. It is also the version mascot of Pokémon Yellow, where it is the only starter Pokémon in that game. It has made numerous appearances on the boxes of spin-off titles. Pikachu is also the starter Pokémon in Pokemon Rumble Blast.

Machbox Chevrolet - Corvette

Complexity:3
by humanti

A 3D printable model of a Chevrolet Corvette. Paint it and customize it as you wish. The Chevrolet Corvette is a sports car by the Chevrolet division of General Motors that has been produced for seven generations.  

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Frostmourne from Warcraft

Complexity:3
by Kirby Downey

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

Octopus hook

Complexity:2
by 4theswarm

This is my last cartoonish scene sculpted in Zbrush representing the octopus battle.    I spent some time also for the optimisation of the material used saving some hours depending from the object scale.    This time I kept more clean shapes and geometry putting more enphasis on the scene rather than a deeper phase of details. The design is support free with two cones added of subtractive mode using Zbrush to make more empty as possible the internal part.  

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.  

Statue of Trajan at Tower Hill, London

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

Statue (On a steel plaque attached to the base) believed to be of the Roman Emperor Trajan, AD 98 - 117. 'Imperator Caesar Nerva Trajanus Augustus'. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Gopro Bike Mount

Complexity:3
by MyMiniFactory

The Go Pro camera is a great product and we make it even greater with this accessory which allows you to attach it on any bicycle frame. Use 3 standard M5 bolts 50mm long and M5 nuts to fasten the bracket to the frame.

LIFE

Complexity:1
by FherraZ

My cover is called LIFE. From some time my personal philosophy is that no matter how much money you have, or what clothes you wear, or what car you drive, the most important thing is to be happy with what YOU have and live each day accordingly!!!. So what is more representative than a growing tree that doesn't need much but still have the will to live with what it has...

Iphone 5 case - TRON

Complexity:1
by bjp

Remodelled the template in Creo 2. Then added features that refer to Tron with a modern edge.

Duke MK. 44 Hand Cannon from Destiny

Complexity:3
by Kirby Downey

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

Robbie-Robot

Complexity:3
by jackimakr

A nice robot to play with which can also be used to store pens, pencils, USB sticks and SD cards, put it on your desk and enjoy it. He could also be used in other areas of the house, perhaps to store a bag of sugar, tea, coffee or a bottle of wine, he is also a good tea-spoon keeper. So put your feet up and keep Robbie as your personal butler!

Beats Logo Headphone Tidy

Complexity:2
by michaelaregan

This helpful headphone tidy, designed using the iconic Beats logo, helps sort your headphone wires and prevents them from getting tangled. Formally established in 2008, Beats Electronics (Beats) comprises of the Beats by Dr. Dre family of premium consumer headphones, earphones and speakers as well as patented Beats Audio software technology and streaming music subscription service Beats Music. Through these world class offerings, Beats has effectively brought the energy, emotion and excitement of playback in the recording studio to the listening experience and has introduced an entirely new generation to the possibilities of premium sounds entertainment.     Learn more here.

Knee Defender

Complexity:1
by Kirby Downey

This clever little device is a simple but powerful tool in the combat against inconsiderate people reclining thier seat, on an aeroplane, so far that you are breathing on their bald spot. invented by Ira Goldman in 2003, the defender only got real attention when a fight broke out on a flight which had the plane diverted. The contriversial product is attached to the back of an airline seat, preventing the person in front of you from reclining. As seats on flights continue to shrink, the battle for space in the sky is becoming more acrimonious by the day.  

Ninjastar Headphone Tidy

Complexity:1
by michaelaregan

Keep your headphones in check using this killer ninja star themed device.    This stealth weapon is the perfect solution for keeping your cables neat and tidy. Simply scale it up or down for different size cables!   Hit the download button now to start printing your own ninja star head phone tidy!

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.

Speedhunters iphone case

Complexity:1
by tiborrak

Speedhunters custom car inspired iphone case yeeeha http://www.speedhunters.com/ This is a very smar phone case that will make you look top class but also cool at the same time.

Green Lantern Cane Top / Prop

Complexity:2
by alanstanford

This prop is perfect for halloween or as a decoration to you Green Lantern fans out there. It can be used alone as a lantern but it has been designed to attach to the top of a cane. If you have an electronic tealight/candle, then it has a nifty area to place one behind diffusers printed in white. "Green Lantern" is the codename of a number of fictional superheroes who appear in comic books published by DC Comics. They fight evil with the aid of rings which grant them a variety of extraordinary powers. If printed or painted black then this design could be easily used as a period prop for a coal miner or even sherlock holmes?  

Falcon Relic Box at The British Museum, London

Complexity:1
by Scan The World

Egyptian relic boxes were popular antiquities used in ancient Egyptian times to store the embalmed bodies of important deceased animals and humans. This simple sculpture depict a raven, and would have been used as the lid of a box containing the animal it depicts. Relic boxes would occasionally feature a 3D representation above the box to identify the mummified animal inside. The ancient Egyptians viewed ravens as symbols of destruction and malevolance.  This particular relic box's place of origin is unknown but it comes from the Ptolemaic period of Egypt, circa 300 BC This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Jay Rayner Bust

Complexity:1
by MyMiniFactory

This is the bust of Jay Rayner to be featured on the Observer Food Monthly Awards.  For the awards it was printed and cast in chocolate, here is the model so you can print your own Jay!

Crowbar

Complexity:1
by Palmroos

Small crowbar for small emergencies. As used by Gordon Freeman in Half-Life.

Lens hood compatible with 70-200 f4

Complexity:2
by didexe

A replacement for your broken or lost Canon 17-40 lens hood. It has even the small brackets to make it fit absolutely perfect. Print both hood and brackets as they are in the file to get maximum strength and quality. Use highest resolution to make sure they fit well. Recommending to use black or dark grey plastic to avoid color casts in your images.

Hinge

Complexity:2
by jackimakr

Hinge to fix with screws or glue. It 's very good for cabinet doors. This very useful design is beter than than a metal hinge as it saves you all the creeking on old doors.

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.

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.

Custom Door Name Plate

Complexity:1
by Kirby Downey

Knock, knock, whose there? Custom names plates for your bedroom, dormitory or boudoir. Our examples names – Eva, Kirby and Samantha. Click 'adapt for me' if you'd like a custom STL file made (the button is located bottom right of this screen under social share).  

Coca Cola Coin Bottle Opener

Complexity:2
by mugegoken

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

Minion Pen Holder

Complexity:1
by alanstanford

Gru's tiny, yellow, loyal yet childish and funny, genetically-mutated henchmen. The Minions mostly speak their own gobbledygook-like language called "Minionese", although they do appear to understand English. They have existed since the beginning of time, evolving from single yellow cell organisms into beings, who have only one purpose - "to seek out and serve the most despicable master they can find." [Wikipedia]

Finger counting wall clock

Complexity:2
by Michele Badia

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

"Be Mine" Valentine Vase

Complexity:2
by marco valenzuela

 From the deepest reaches of the netherworld this artifact of eternal love sends a message the mouth cannot speak yet the heart can hear. Designed exclusivly for MyMiniFactory Valentine's Day Contest by Marco Valenzuela.

Super Mario - Interchangeable Arms

Complexity:2
by josiahsal

Super Mario is a fictional character in the Mario video game franchise, created by Nintendo's Japanese video game designer, Shigeru Miyamoto. Serving as the company's mascot and the eponymous protagonist of the series, Mario has appeared in over 200 video games since his creation. Depicted as a short, pudgy, Italian plumber who resides in the Mushroom Kingdom, his adventures generally center upon rescuing Princess Peach from the Koopa villain Bowser. Credit to Wikipedia. This figurine comes with 4 left hand variations and 3 right hand variations. The arms easily pull out so you can change it up! 

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,

Slingshot

Complexity:1
by alanstanford

How about this slingshot to bring on the nostalgia of youth! All you need is some elastic. Alternatively, you could buy slighshot rubber tubes that come with the pouch already attached. Get some stones or marbles and fire away at your target.  Remember to never aim at people, animals or others property.  

Cubes iphone case

Complexity:1
by Greg3D

  For the love of cubes, geometry and all that jazz!  

Crystal Volume and Tone Guitar Knobs

Complexity:1
by drewtm

Customise your bass or guitar, with these awesome crystal-stalactite inspired volume and tone knobs. Two different sized STL files are attached, one set with compensation for XY shrinkage and one set without.  

Friendship 7 Shuttle - Mercury-Atlas 6

Complexity:2
by alanstanford

The Mercury spacecraft, named Friendship 7, was carried to orbit by an Atlas LV-3B launch vehicle lifting off from Launch Complex 14 at Cape Canaveral, Florida. After four hours and 56 minutes in flight the spacecraft re-entered the Earth's atmosphere, splashed down in the Atlantic Ocean and was safely taken aboard the USS Noa.   Mercury-Atlas 6 (MA-6) was the third human spaceflight for the US and part of Project Mercury. Conducted by NASA on February 20, 1962, the mission was piloted by astronaut John Glenn, who performed three orbits of the Earth, making him the first US-astronaut to orbit the Earth.  

Violina iphone case

Complexity:1
by tiborrak

A case with the motif of the viola wind instrument.

Support free iMakr bolt

Complexity:1
by jackimakr

Functional screw and nut with iMakr logo, the bolt is strong enough to be used as the commercial nylon screws. You can tight the bolt using a wrench or simply by hands and scale it on your printer software, so you can get different sizes, like M3, M4, M5, M6, M8, M10, M12 and so on.

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. 

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.

Binary Slider Business Card Holder

Complexity:2
by Reg

Sliding business card holder with matrix / binary style motiff. Print support free and with no raft. Files are supplied in both stl and obj format so you can add your own customisation if you want; logos/artworks should be placed as indent 0,6mm deep, and almost anything can be illustrated on the box lid as long as the depth of 0,6mm is used and open spaces are kept small. Extra details  2 protruding surfaces on each end make for easy opening The oval in the base allows to push the cards up for easy removal The small bar in the top limits the opening so the box stays together Note - a light sanding with a fine wet and dry paper on the sliding surfaces make the box open and close very smoothly.

Plug Protector

Complexity:1
by MyMiniFactory

Wall socket covers are an essential safety product for preventing little children inserting their fingers or objects into sockets.

Wine Bottle 4 Glass Holder

Complexity:1
by sandinotorres

Wine glass holder, perfect accompaniment for picnics, meals in the garden and festivals! Need a wine bottle holder?

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!

Pistons iphone case

Complexity:1
by tiborrak

Case cover for motor-heads!

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.

WILTON'S MUSIC HALL KEY RING

Complexity:
by Michele Badia

Key ring designed using the Wilton’s Music Halls new club – The Chrysalis Club.   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 www.wiltons.org.uk.

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.    

Tree with cat tails iphone cover

Complexity:1
by sjenneman

This is my entry for the 1st Birthday Design competition. It is a tree surrounded by cat tails based on the swamp near where I grew up.

Left hand freezer flap hinge MER075

Complexity:3
by jackimakr

Left Hand Hinge for MER075 freezer.  Use it to replace parts as necessary for your freezer.

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.

Boy and Dolphin Fountain at Hyde Park, London

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

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

Lens Universal Filter Box

Complexity:3
by didexe

This universal box for DLSR camera lens filters can accommodate 5 of your favorite UV protective, color or polarized filters. There are 5 different inner sizes as per the filter size - 52mm, 58mm, 67mm, 72mm, 77mm when the outer size remains the same.

Popular 3D Printable Objects

SplashLIGHT

Complexity:3
by Avooq

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

Duke MK. 44 Hand Cannon from Destiny

Complexity:3
by Kirby Downey

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

Spinning Cube

Complexity:1
by Kirby Downey

This Cube with in a circle is a great mechanical desk top object to play with and a great item to show off what your 3D printer can do! The object is printed as one and spins freely once the four support pins are cut off. 

Destiny: Conduit F3 Fusion Rifle

Complexity:3
by soulorigin89

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

German Panzer IV Model kit

Complexity:2
by soulorigin89

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

Thunderlord From Destiny

Complexity:4
by Kirby Downey

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

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 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.

Cat

Complexity:1
by Akravator

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

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!

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.    

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.

Impossible Bearings Mini

Complexity:2
by MyMiniFactory

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

Impossible Bearings

Complexity:3
by MyMiniFactory

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

R2D2HS robotics

Complexity:1
by j0s3b4

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

Hand Crank Fan

Complexity:3
by Kirby Downey

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

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.

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.

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.

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

Complexity:1
by Kirby Downey

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

MV Skeleton

Complexity:4
by marco valenzuela

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

TOTORO Pen holder

Complexity:2
by lornabarnshaw

Totoro is the king of the forest, a mystical and inspiring character from Studio Ghibli's My Neighbor Totoro. This pen holder captures the heartwarming, curious and excitement of childhood. This desk buddy, if nothing else brightens your working day.

New 3D Objects

Mission Priest at the Mission San Juan Capistrano in California, USA

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

Mission San Juan Capistrano was a Spanish mission in colonial Las Californias. Its ruins are located in present-day San Juan Capistrano, Orange County, southern California. The mission was founded on All Saints' Day November 1, 1776, by Spanish Catholics of the Franciscan Order. Named forGiovanni da Capistrano, a 15th-century theologian and "warrior priest" who resided in the Abruzzo region of Italy, San Juan Capistrano has the distinction of being home to the oldest building in California still in use, a chapel built in 1782. Known alternately as "Serra's Chapel" and "Father Serra's Church," it is the only extant structure where it has been documented that the padreJunipero Serra celebrated mass. One of the best known of the Alta California missions, and one of the few missions to have actually been founded twice—others being Mission San Gabriel Arcángeland Mission La Purísima Concepción. The site was originally consecrated on October 30, 1775, by Father Fermín Lasuén, but was quickly abandoned due to unrest among the indigenous population in San Diego.   This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Octopus

Complexity:0
by 4theswarm

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

Red Baron

Complexity:3
by sougabri

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

Nelson Mandela in Pretoria, South Africa

Complexity:3
by Scan The World

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

Emma's House

Complexity:1
by Holbrook Primary

iMakr and MyMiniFactory.com  have teamed up with Holbrook Primary school  in Suffolk as part of an educational initiative to teach and encourage  kids from primary schools to learn how to design for 3D printing. A combination of a house and a pencil holder.  

William Pitt at The National Portrait Gallery, London

Complexity:3
by Scan The World

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

The Sun 01

Complexity:0
by hasu_ju

The sun, a twelve points star key holder.

Head of a Woman at Tate Britain, London

Complexity:0
by Scan The World

This bronze portrait of the English lutenist, Diana Poulton (1903-1995), was completed in 1936. Lambert’s delicate modelling of Poulton’s features combined with the lucid transitions between lines and curved mass emphasise the sensuality of his sitter’s character. He cast this piece before considering it finished which brought about a sense of experiment and vitality. Such qualities are associated with modern sculpture and move this work away from photographic realism towards a looser expression of form in portrait sculpture. Lambert cast only one bronze of this piece and retained the plaster original for himself.

Curved Pattern IPhone 5 Case

Complexity:1
by mledwold

I designed a case for the IPhone 5s/5c using Solidworks.  I chose the this design as I thought the combition of different curves created a pattern thta was interesting and unusual. This case clips easily onto the phone protecting the back and the edge from scratches. I designed it to be a a fast and easy print - placed flat down onto the print bed, so the file will print as it is - without any need for support material or any extra measures.   This case was printed using an Ultimaker 2. I used white PLA - at a layer height of 0.2mm and print speed 50mm/s with good results, as it is a fast print you could reduce the layer height further or choose slower print settings to produce a case of even higher quality.

Head of Emperor Augustus at The British Museum, London

Complexity:3
by Scan The World

It's a beautiful marble made artwork of emperor Augustus dates back to 14 AD, probably after his death during Roman times. The British Museum keeps this marvelous piece together with other collection of world art and artifacts. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email  stw@myminifactory.com  to find out how you can help.

The Little Prince - 'Boa Constrictor in the act of swallowing an animal...'

Complexity:1
by Evavooo

The first in a series i'll be making, inspired by the watercolour illustations from the beautiful French book Le Petit Prince (1943). 'Once when I was six years old I saw a magnificant picture in a book, called True Stories from Nature, about the primeval forest. It was a picture of a boa constrictor in the act of swallowing an animal. Here is a copy of the drawing.' - The Little Prince, by Antoine De Saint-Exupery. I've included some screen-shots from the progress in the design software. The initial concept behind transforming the illustations from 2D to 3D is to create resources to improve the experience of literature for the blind and partially sighted through rendering illustrations and graphics from well-known fiction into tactile objects and reliefs. Stay tuned :)

Falklands Anchor Memorial at Tower Hill, London

Complexity:4
by Scan The World

In the extreme South-East corner of Trinity Square Gardens is a memorial dedicated to members of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary and Merchant Seamen who lost their lives in the Falklands Campaign. The memorial was commissioned by the Merchant Navy Association and is maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission like the other memorials at Tower Hill.   This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Virgin and Child at the V&A, London

Complexity:3
by Scan The World

The Virgin stands frontally on the crescent moon, supporting the Child who lies across her arms on a white cloth which he holds with his right hand. Her head is slightly inclined towards the infant Jesus.The shape of the crescent moon would not have provided sufficient stability for the figure to be placed in an altarpiece. In addition, the two rectangular iron bars, along with relatively large holes in the head and at the base of the crescent moon, and the elaborate carved and gilded back of the Virgin, suggest that the figure was in fact suspended from the vault, probably framed within a circle of the rosary. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Curved Pattern IPhone 5 Case

Complexity:1
by mledwold

I designed this case for the IPhone 5s/5c using Solidworks.  I chose the this design as I thought the combition of different curves created a pattern that was interesting and unusual. The case clips easily onto the phone protecting the back and the edge from scratches! I designed it to be a a fast and easy print - placed flat down onto the print bed, so the file will print as it is - without any need for support material or any extra measures.   I printed this one using an Ultimaker 2 but it will work just as well using other printers.    I used white PLA - at a layer height of 0.2mm and print speed 50mm/s with good results, as it is a fast print you could reduce the layer height further or choose slower print settings to produce a case of even higher quality!

Inspire & Create Keychain

Complexity:2
by Nico3D

Inspire & Create Keychain in 2 color

My bus, by sean

Complexity:2
by Holbrook Primary

iMakr and MyMiniFactory.com  have teamed up with Holbrook Primary school  in Suffolk as part of an educational initiative to teach and encourage  kids from primary schools to learn how to design for 3D printing.   I like London buses, so i decided to design my own. Thank you for this wonderful competition. I have really enjoyed making my bus. 

Fountain at The Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

Fountain is one of Duchamp's most famous works and is widely seen as an icon of twentieth-century art. The original, which is now lost, consisted of a standard urinal, laid flat on its back rather than upright in its usual position, and signed 'R. Mutt 1917'. The Tate's work is a 1964 replica and is made from glazed earthenware painted to resemble the original porcelain. The signature is reproduced in black paint. Fountain is an example of what Duchamp called a 'readymade', an ordinary manufactured object designated by the artist as a work of art. It epitomises the assault on convention and good taste for which he and the Dada movement are best known. The idea of designating such a lowly object as a work of art came from a discussion between Duchamp and his American friends the collector Walter Arensburg and the artist Joseph Stella. Following this conversation, Duchamp bought an urinal from a plumbers' merchants, and submitted it to an exhibition organised by the Society of Independent Artists. The Board of Directors, who were bound by the constitution of the Society to accept all members' submissions, took exception to the Fountain and refused to exhibit it. Duchamp and Arensburg, who were both on the Board, resigned immediately in protest. An article published at the time, which is thought to have been written by Duchamp, claimed, 'Mr Mutt's fountain is not immoral, that is absurd, no more than a bathtub is immoral. It is a fixture that you see every day in plumbers' shop windows. Whether Mr Mutt with his own hands made the fountain has no importance. He CHOSE it. He took an ordinary article of life, placed it so that its useful significance disappeared under the new title and point of view - created a new thought for that object.' This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.  

Bronze Head of Augustus at The British Museum, London

Complexity:4
by Scan The World

In 31 BC he defeated Mark Antony and Cleopatra at the battle of Actium and took possession of Egypt, which became a Roman province. The writer Strabo tells us that statues of Augustus were erected in Egyptian towns near the first cataract of the Nile at Aswan and that an invading Kushite army looted many of them in 25 BC. Although Roman counter-attackers reclaimed many of the statues, they did not reach Meroë, where this head was buried beneath the steps of a native temple dedicated to Victory. It seems likely that the head, having been cut from its statue, was placed there deliberately so as to be permanently below the feet of its Meroitic captors. The head of Augustus appears larger than life, with perfect proportions based upon Classical Greek notions of ideal human form. His calm distant gaze, emphasised with inset eyes of glass and stone, give him an air of quiet, assured strength. Coins and statues were the main media for propagating the image of the Roman emperor. This statue, like many others throughout the Empire, was made as a continuous reminder of the all-embracing power of Rome and its emperor. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

GoPro Holder for FlashForge Creator2

Complexity:1
by Nico3D

Ever wanted to take a time lapse of your prints? Now you can with this awesome GoPro mount! Simply hook the mount over the edge of your printer and hit record! This was designed to fit a FlashForge Creator 2 but I'm sure it might be able to fit other printers? 

The Rape of Proserpina at The V&A, London

Complexity:5
by Scan The World

Having been struck by Cupid's arrow, Pluto, the God of the Underworld, caught sight of Proserpina picking flowers in a meadow. Immediately inflamed with love, he carried her off to his kingdom. The Rape of Proserpina was brought to England in 1896 by the future 1st Viscount Astor, who brought it to Cliveden House, Buckinghamshire. The 2nd Viscount Astor gave Cliveden and its sculpture to the National Trust in 1942. The group was removed for conservation in 1989, following which it was decided to place it on long-term loan in the Museum. De' Rossi worked for several years in Rome before returning to Florence in 1560, where he was employed by the Medici Grand Dukes. The group was cast in one piece, as described in contemporary treatises, but still a difficult technical achievement at that time for such a large sculpture.   This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Quick and E-Z lawn Sprinkler

Complexity:3
by Icepicktony

I was once asked if I could design a one piece sprinker that could be printed in one run with no moving parts. This little guy is an easy print. It produces a water spread of about 30' around at about 45-50 psi (local municipal water pressure). You might need to print it using a couple extra wall to prevent water intrusion into the main body of the unit (I printed mine at .2 with 3 walls, and .1 with 2 walls). I also recommend using a standard hose washer to prevent leaking around the coupling.   

Corner Bat Shelf

Complexity:1
by Icepicktony

So it turns out not everything fits into Batman's utility belt. If you are experiencing the same problems, this shelf can help you keeping your Bat-thingies readily available. Please keep in mind, if you choose to leave you Bat-Thingies on the shelf, you wont have them in your utility belt when they are most needed to fight crime. This is designed to print without support. I apologize for the narcissism, but I needed something to put on the shelves for the pictures and the bust of me seemed perfect for the task at hand (No! I am not a rubber duck).

The Erechtheion Caryatid Colonnade at The British Museum, London

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

Caryatids are female figures serving as supports. The most likely derivation of their name is from the young women of Sparta who danced every year in honour of Artemis Karyatis ('Artemis of the Walnut Tree'). This is one of six caryatids that held up the roof of the temple on the Acropolis known as the Erechtheion. She wears apeplos, a simple tunic pinned on each shoulder. Her hair is braided and falls in a thick rope down her back. She probably held a sacrificial vessel in one of the missing hands. The figure strongly resembles the women of the east frieze of the Parthenon, which had just been completed when work on the Erechtheion began. She carries an architectural capital like a basket on her head. From the side, her burden seems to bear down upon her; the weight is taken on the right leg, encased in perpendicular folds arranged like the fluting of a column shaft. The other leg is flexed with the drapery moulded to it. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Pittsburgh Pirates Logo

Complexity:1
by 3D-RO

The Pittsburgh Pirates are a Major League Baseball (MLB) club based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They compete in the Central Division of the National League (NL), and play their home games at PNC Park, formerly at Forbes Field and Three Rivers Stadium (the latter's name is derived from the three rivers the Allegheny and the Ohio, which join together to form the Ohio River.) Founded on October 15, 1881 as Allegheny, the franchise has won five World Series championships. The Pirates are also often referred to as the "Bucs" or the "Buccos" (derived from buccaneer, a synonym for pirate).

Bottle Cap Coaster

Complexity:1
by christian.c

This coaster is in the shape of bottle cap, very fitting when drinking a bottled beverage. There are three parts to this design so you can use 3 different colours if you wish.

The White Obelisk at The British Museum, London

Complexity:1
by Scan The World

The White Obelisk of Ashurnasirpal I is a large stone monolith found at the ancient Assyrian settlement of Nineveh, northern Iraq. Excavated by the British archaeologist Hormuzd Rassam in 1853, it is one of only two intact obelisks to survive from the Assyrian empire, the other being the Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III. Both are now preserved in the British Museum. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

VI-League of legends

Complexity:2
by Daniel Schunemann

To Vi, every problem is just another brick wall to punch through with her gigantic hextech gauntlets. Though she grew up on the wrong side of the law, Vi now uses her criminal know-how to serve Piltover's police force. Vi's brash attitude, abrasive humor, and blatant refusal to follow orders can often infuriate her by-the-books partner, Caitlyn. But even the sheriff of Piltover cannot deny that Vi is an invaluable asset in the fight against crime.As a child growing up in the lawless outskirts of Piltover, Vi learned to rob and cheat to get by. Stealing and stripping hextech hardware gave her the skills of a master mechanic, while life on the streets taught her self-reliance. When she was six, a ragtag group of criminals took a shine to the young delinquent and brought her into their fold. By the time Vi was eleven, she had become a seasoned accomplice, and she relished the thrill of every heist.Vi's attitude changed when a raid on a mining facility went bad. She was forced to decide between fleeing with her crew and trying to save the innocent mine workers from a collapsed tunnel. Vi chose to play the hero. While searching for a way to free the mine workers from the rubble, she discovered a damaged robotic mining rig. Improvising, she wrenched off its huge fists and modified them into makeshift hextech gauntlets. Fitting the heavy weapons to her tiny hands, the young girl flexed her arm and threw a powered punch at the rubble. The force of the blow blasted away the rock. With the workers free to escape, Vi fled the scene.After that job gone wrong, Vi severed her connection to the crew. She returned to a life of solitary crime, but stole only from other criminals. As the years went by, Vi modified and improved her hextech fists, allowing her to bust up heists and snatch loot with ease. Eventually, word of her notoriety reached Caitlyn, the famed Sheriff of Piltover. Rather than seek Vi's arrest, Caitlyn offered the criminal a way to pay her debt to society: work for the law in Piltover. Vi laughed. To her, a job that let her beat up crooks without forcing her to run from the cops sounded perfect. She immediately accepted. Caitlyn now struggles to keep Vi in line, and Vi treats Caitlyn's orders as mere suggestions, but when they work together, they are feared by all lawbreakers in Piltover.''It's a shame. I've got two fists, but you've only got one face.''-- Vi

Guardian Lion at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

Guardian Lion at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Date: 11th-early 12th century  Culture: Cambodia or Thailand  Medium: Stone  Dimensions: H. 42 7/8 in. (109 cm)  This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Erins House

Complexity:2
by Holbrook Primary

iMakr and MyMiniFactory.com  have teamed up with Holbrook Primary school  in Suffolk as part of an educational initiative to teach and encourage  kids from primary schools to learn how to design for 3D printing. Erin worked hard to make this house model.

Youth Reclined - Elgin Marble, at The British Museum, London

Complexity:2
by Scan The World

A naked youth reclines in a pose well suited to the corner angle of the pediment. His languid form is thought to portray one of the rivers of Athens, perhaps the Ilissos. The Parthenon Marbles, also known as the Elgin Marbles are a collection of classical Greek marble sculptures (mostly by Phidias and his assistants), inscriptions and architectural members that originally were part of the Parthenonand other buildings on the Acropolis of Athens. Thomas Bruce, the 7th Earl of Elgin claimed to obtain in 1811 a controversial permit 'not to remove statues but what he might discover in specific excavation' from the Ottoman house, which then ruled Greece. From 1801 to 1812, Elgin's agents removed about half of the surviving sculptures of the Parthenon, as well as architectural members and sculpture from the Propylaea and Erechtheum. The Marbles were transported by sea to Britain. In Britain, the acquisition of the collection was supported by some, while others likened Elgin's actions to vandalism or looting. Following a public debate in Parliament and the subsequent exoneration of Elgin, the marbles were purchased by the British government in 1816 and were passed to the British Museum, where they stand now on display in the purpose-built Duveen Gallery.   This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Egg chair and Ottoman by Arne Jacobsen

Complexity:2
by bizarro

Arne Jacobsen designed the Egg™ (1958) for the lobby and reception areas in the Royal Hotel, in Copenhagen. The commission to design every element of the hotel building as well as the furniture was Jacobsen’s grand opportunity to put his theories of integrated design and architecture into practice. The Egg is one of the triumphs of Jacobsen’s total design.

Table Clock

Complexity:3
by Michele Badia

Decorate your room with this customizable clock design.  Choose the colors you like to fit better your mood and taste. Now you will never be late at work! Enjoy.

4Fangs Concept

Complexity:0
by 4theswarm

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

Amphitrtite - Elgin Marble, at The British Museum, London

Complexity:3
by Scan The World

Amphitrite, consort of Poseidon, served as his charioteer. As a sea deity, she was shown with a serpent. One of Amphitrite's arms is shown in a showcase in an adjoining room. The Parthenon Marbles, also known as the Elgin Marbles are a collection of classical Greek marble sculptures (mostly by Phidias and his assistants), inscriptions and architectural members that originally were part of the Parthenonand other buildings on the Acropolis of Athens. Thomas Bruce, the 7th Earl of Elgin claimed to obtain in 1811 a controversial permit 'not to remove statues but what he might discover in specific excavation' from the Ottoman house, which then ruled Greece. From 1801 to 1812, Elgin's agents removed about half of the surviving sculptures of the Parthenon, as well as architectural members and sculpture from the Propylaea and Erechtheum. The Marbles were transported by sea to Britain. In Britain, the acquisition of the collection was supported by some, while others likened Elgin's actions to vandalism or looting. Following a public debate in Parliament and the subsequent exoneration of Elgin, the marbles were purchased by the British government in 1816 and were passed to the British Museum, where they stand now on display in the purpose-built Duveen Gallery.  This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Green Day American Idiot Guitar Pick

Complexity:1
by YiSun

A Guitar Pick with the logo of one the most famous punk rock band GreenDay best album American Idiot. Thickness 1mm.

Juicy Salif Citrus Juicer Ornament

Complexity:2
by fredsena

Alberto Alessi was surprised and intrigued when he received the design for this lemon juicer from Philippe Starck.Not because the design was exceptional, but because he had asked Starck to design him a tray! The juicer has gone on to achieve iconic status in the design world.An intelligantly designed citrus juicer by Phillipe Starck for Alessi.

Louisa Mug

Complexity:1
by Holbrook Primary

iMakr and MyMiniFactory.com  have teamed up with Holbrook Primary school  in Suffolk as part of an educational initiative to teach and encourage  kids from primary schools to learn how to design for 3D printing.   I made this mug for me. 

Kathleen Raine at Tate Britain, London

Complexity:4
by Scan The World

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

Robert Southey at the National Portrait Gallery, London

Complexity:3
by Scan The World

A former radical, Southey was Poet Laureate from 1813 to his death. Despite Byron's criticism of his 'blank verse and blanker prose', his prose is commonly regarded as superior to his poetry. He wrote histories and biographies as well as essays and reviews for the periodical press. After 1810, he was associated with the Tory Quarterly Review- a rival to Francis Jeffrey's Edingburgh Review. This sculpture is on permanent displa at the National Portrait Gallery in London. It was sculpted in marble by Sir Francis Chantrey, dated upon its completion in 1832.   This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

SpiningTop

Complexity:1
by Be3D.cz

Spinning toy designed by Martin Žampach for be3D (http://martin.zampach.com/) printed on DeeGreen printer.

Boy Playing the Bagpipes at The V&A, London

Complexity:3
by Scan The World

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

Michelin Man (Bibendum)

Complexity:1
by mparker07

Bibendum, commonly referred to as the Michelin Man, is the symbol of the Michelin tire company. Introduced at the Lyon Exhibition of 1894 where the Michelin brothers had a stand, Bibendum is one of the world's oldest trademarks. The slogan Nunc est bibendum is taken from Horace's Odes . He is also referred to as Bib or Bibelobis. This friendly mascot is perfect as a stressball when printed in a flexible filament or resin. 

Structure Clock

Complexity:1
by Be3D.cz

Simple Wall and Table Clock with generated structure. Appearance is generated by slicer as the top shell must be set to 0. Actually final look of the clock is up to you and your preference on style and percentage of the fill. It feature hook as well as stand (stand is in separate model) We recommend 3 perimeters and 15% fill honeycomb. But you can try archimedeanchords or rectilinear. They also look good. Designed by Martin Žampach - Creative Director of Be3D.cz

Stefan Jaracz in Lodz, Poland

Complexity:4
by Scan The World

This is the fifth sculpture in Gallery of Great Lodz , which since April 1999 (Pew Tuwima) adorn the street. Piotrowska likenesses commemorating famous people associated with the boat.  Outdoor sculpture, unveiled in 2006, shows the artist sitting on a theater seat. Beside, there are three available seats, designed for tourists and passers-by. Stefan Jaracz (1883-1945)- author and one of the greatest men of the theater was an actor and director of the Athenaeum Theatre in Warsaw, was temporarily associated with theaters in Lodz and Poznan. This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Auto9 Pistol from Robocop

Complexity:3
by rozoom

The Auto 9 is a highly advanced select-fire machine pistol with a 50-round magazine. It is holstered in a concealed alcove in RoboCop's thigh, together with at least one reload magazine in storage. The most commonly utilized fire setting is in a three-round burst mode; however, RoboCop has been seen firing a single round in multiple instances. The weapon is also capable of utilizing special ammunition, which can be selected by its user via the targeting interface. This gun makes a cool collectible for Robocop, or firearms fans.

Purple Grass

Complexity:1
by 3dexcel

77 years ago, the Japanese invaders created a tragic Nanjing Massacre, more than 30 million of lives. The ruins of postwar thick patches of purple flowers open ground. February blue, Purple Mountain in Nanjing everywhere. In 1939, a Japanese military war with reflection and repentance, to Nanjing from the flower seeds back to Japan, Sabian mountains, plant filled courtyard, and the name "Purple Grass." In his eyes, the year of the Purple Mountain, each flower is a soul killed in the war. 70 years after the massacre, Military descendants, the purple flower species back to Nanjing. Zijin grass, it sustenance reflection and prayers for peace to war. December 13, 2014, the first national public memorial day, please do a purple grass in the chest. Four endless purple petals, and for peace to commemorate the faith of fellow victims; December 13, wherever you are, please stop the alarm sounded in the moment, in silence. "Purple grass action" to grassroots tenacious, cohesion of the nation.   "Purple Grass action" Let us remember history, cherish peace, warning in the future.  

Albert Memorial in South Kensington, London

Complexity:3
by Scan The World

The Albert Memorial was designed by Sir Gilbert Scott in 1872 and measures 180-feet from tip to toe. The whole thing is gilded-golf and surrounded by 169 marble figures from history.The Freize of Parnassus which runs around the base features famous poets, painters, sculptors, architects and composers. Above that are a group of birtues, angels and images representing the continents (Europe, America, Asia and Africa), and arts and industries (agriculture, commerce, engineering and manufacture).The gold-leaf Prince was added three years after the unveiling. The original sculpture by Carlo Marochetti was turned down by Queen Victoria, and he was still working on the second when he died. The thrid was built by J H Foley, and completed by Thomas Brock in 1875.This object is part of "Scan The World". Scan the World is a non-profit initiative introduced by MyMiniFactory, through which we are creating a digital archive of fully 3D printable sculptures, artworks and landmarks from across the globe for the public to access for free. Scan the World is an open source, community effort, if you have interesting items around you and would like to contribute, email stw@myminifactory.com to find out how you can help.

Figure of Beethoven, MFA, Boston

Complexity:3
by Scan The World

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

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