Top 5 3D Printing Designs Now Trending - Jul 17

🕐 Updated 6:33 AM ET, Sun July 17, 2016

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designs have been our obsession for years and so we’re constantly on the lookout for ideas that are advancing the industry. So what ideas are killing it? Well, we found five with a touch of big data tools and balanced subjectivity, then weighed undeniable usefulness and flat-out impressive application of 3D printing technology.

We hear loads of talk about self-replicating printers but how about self-scanning scanners? Perhaps it will never catch on but download this design and you'll be on your way to a powerful addition to your toolbelt.


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Practicality may not reign supreme with this highly intriguing find. The point of this design is to demonstrate the potential of 3D Printing. After some fine-tuning you can produce a fantastically impressive mechanical movement that was traditionally the domain of highly skilled watchmakers.


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Smart fusion of 3D-printable and standard components enables exponentially more ways to replace or upgrade this already great design. Punkkills on Thingiverse explains his "...goals were to keep it crash resistant, light weight and offer good protection for onboard gear." We love the simplicity and short production time of this cool little drone.


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It takes a lot for a pencil holder to get our attention but the cool and made-possible-by-3D-printing factors won out here. Also not a bad way to show you are a 3D printing maverick and more interesting than any "Authentic" home-decor chain offerings.


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Because Raspberry Pi doesn't come with a case and goin' commando gets old quick. This case is a damn good fit for the tens of thousands of DIY TECH enthusiast that downloaded it.


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