3D printing covers some pretty broad design areas!

Every week, new and exciting 3D models are added by designrs looking to inspire 3D printers around the world with their designs. Real life examples of prints from 3DShare users are being uploaded all of the time demonstrating the amazing quality of the designers on site. Every single 3DShare user can get the following designs right now, by just following the links and clicking donwload. Go and make something out of nothing today!

This week we’re focussing on the broad range of styles that our designers span across, from toys, to art to fashion…and beyond!

Sharky Rail Rod

A masterpiece from Richard Swika!

Assembly Video
How this design was created
Detailed Instructions
Final Assembly and 360 View

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No glue or paint required. Head and wheelie positions are adjustable. Organized into 15 build plates by color. Each plate typically takes from less than 1 hour to several hours to print, with the full model taking about 19 hours total, and assembles in a few minutes, depending on skill level. Parts are arranged to print strong with little support or clean up required.  Can be assembled and dissembled without tools.

The display model shown uses 9 colors: black, white, flesh, silver, pink, red, yellow, orange and transparent white.


Low Poly Vase

This contemporary design from Formbyte could be used as a vase, desk organizer or decorative piece!

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Sometimes the most dimple 3D designs can be the most powerful! This solid statement piece will look good in any home or office. Get it here now!


Holey high heel sandals

3D file designer Lisa launches herself onto the scene with these striking and inspirational designs!

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Would you be brave enough to wear these out? Are you a trendsetter looking to catch everybody’s eye, or just looking for a little fun. These high heels are desperately creative, and you can get your own pair today here!
Be sure to upload your photos of your prints into the ‘Makes’ section on each item’s page. This provides other users with real life representations of the experience of printing the model.

As usual, these kind of things inspire us on a daily basis and we can’t wait to see what models come out of the minds of our designers next! Please join the conversation to let us know your thoughts, or how you’d like to see the platform develop to empower you as a user, or catch up with us on twitter, facebook or google+.



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