3D printing is like a gift of technology to us. Anything you want, you can create with 3D printing. And, we've witnessed a lot of creative ideas that were created with 3D printing.
If you're looking for some great ideas that you can create with your 3D printer, or if you're looking for something that can convince you to buy a 3D printer, you're in the right place.
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Here are 11 things that were created with 3D printers by a Reddit user, and you won't be able to believe your eyes when you see how cool these are. Also, all of them have timelapse videos to show the whole process of 3D printing.
1. Moon City 2.0
If you want to see the coolest moon city illustration, check this out. This is a print of Moon City 2.0 by Jukka Seppänen. It's one of the best models to print if you're interested in 3D printing. It can be a great gift or a great decoration for your home, or whatever you want. You can see the timelapse video of the model below.
Moon City 2.0 Timelapse from r/3Dprinting
Here's an amazing 3D printed airplane. Also, it works like a charm! You can create a 3D printed airplane for your kid and let her/him play with it. Or, if you've always dreamt of becoming a pilot but you never managed to do it, then here's a chance for you to have your own plane. For everyone out there who's interested in airplanes, here's the best 3D printing idea for you.
3D Printed Airplane TimeLapse and flight test from r/3Dprinting
If you're a Naruto fan, you'll love this 3D printed model, because it's the model of Kurama, the evil nine-tailed beast sealed into Naruto Uzumaki. Being a weeb isn't something that you should be ashamed of, it's actually a lifestyle, and one of the coolest ones. So, if you're happy with your weeb lifestyle, here's something that you can crown it with; a 3D printed model of Kurama.
Timelapse with thermochromic filament from r/3Dprinting
4. V8 Engine
To all the boring people out there, here's something as boring as yourselves to print with a 3D printer; a V8 Engine. I have no idea why someone would want to print a V8 engine, but I guess the reason I don't understand is that I'm not a boring person. I don't understand the reason but I accept everyone as they are and appreciate everyone's interests. So, here's a timelapse video of printing a V8 engine with a 3D printer.
V8 Engine Timelapse from r/3Dprinting
5. Death Trooper
Fellow Star Wars fans gather up; here's a 3D printed model of a death trooper. Star Wars is one of the most popular film series in the world with loads of fans. If you have a Star Wars fan friend or if you're a big Star Wars fan, this 3D printed model of a death trooper is something that you can treat yourself with or your friend.
Death Trooper Timelapse from r/3Dprinting
6. Thor's Hammer, Mjölnir
If you like the Marvel Cinematic Universe, you'd know that Thor is a goofball. But it doesn't mean that he's not strong or anything like that. That guy is a God after all! And here's a 3D printed model of Mjölnir, Thor's hammer, which is a hammer only the most worthy people can lift. So, be careful if you want to print it with your 3D printer, because, maybe you won't be able to move it if you're not worthy enough.
Timelapse of Thors Hammer (Mjolnir) Printed on the prusa MK3 from r/3Dprinting
Everyone likes RoboCop, and who wouldn't want to have a 3D printed version of it? Of course, it can't be a real size RoboCop so it's a little short, a little cute but still cool. The timelapse video below of creating a 3D printed RoboCop also illustrates the famous scene from the RoboCop with fire in the background. How cool is that?
My first multimaterial timelapse from r/3Dprinting
If you want to print something cute with your 3D printer, here's a great idea; two smiling dinosaurs. It'd be a great gift and memory for your kids, so what are you waiting for? Print it already!
Multimaterial print timelapse from r/3Dprinting
9. Medieval Castle
If you like historical period dramas, you'd like this 3D printing of medieval castle. Say, you couldn't choose between any models of the above, because you're too good for them all, then maybe this classy 3D printing of medieval castle is exactly what you need to print.
Medieval Castle Timelapse from r/3Dprinting
Hey you! Yeah, I'm talking to you. Here's a 3D printed model that's great for all the geeks out there; Bender. If you like Futurama, Bender is the best model you can print with your 3D printer. Forget about anything else, Bender is definitely the best option you have.
Bender Timelapse from r/3Dprinting
11. Zombie Hand
Do you want to create tension? Then here you go, this zombie hand will give you all the tension you want. It'd be a great decoration for Halloween, costume party, or a regular day if you're a fan of scary things.
Zombie Hand Timelapse from r/3Dprinting