Top 30 Downloads 3D Models
Low Poly Pokemonpinshape.com
*Based on the idea of the Totem and on ancient woodcarved sculptures with rough edges, I developed the Low Poly Pokemon project. I studied different types of sculpture and explored how ancient cultures used simple objects which served as keys to access a very strong feeling. In this project, those strong feelings are childhood memories.*when I was a kid I loved Pokemon, and as I grew up, the image I had of videogames changed. It wasn’t until I attended college and studied Art History and Anthropology that I realised how external things can be part of oneself, and that for many of us video games are currently that /‘thing’./The first Pokemon video games had low quality graphics and I didn’t want to lose that, as the art style serves as a ‘second channel’ to reach those childhood memories. I decided to convert the pixels from video games to simple polygons that could vary in size and shape.I knew from the beginning that the models were going to be designed to be 3D printed. This is because I wanted to share these little totems so everyone could participate in the creation process.The Pokemon saga is about making friends and going your own way, and I wanted to ensure that everyone who printed these models had the feeling of creating something unique and personal. Not everyone can sculpt, and 3D printers offer a solution to that problem.Every model from this project has to meet two requirements:1. It must have a small number of polygons. The shape has to be clear enough to allow people to identify the object, but not overly detailed – to avoid making the art style the most interesting aspect of the model.2. The design had to allow 3D printing without the need for support materials. This second requirement is for two reasons. 3D printing allows people to interact with tridimensional objects that belong to the planet, and the resources available are limited. The models are also printed without infill, reducing the footprint of each print.I wanted these models to be for everyone. Not everyone that wants to print these models can afford a 3D printer or a large amount of material, so the less material needed, the more accessible they become.This project doesn’t have a clear end as my intention is to continue creating these little sculptures . I understand that some may not consider this project as ‘art’, as it doesn’t match the idea most of us have about art. I personally believe that the more simple the idea, the more powerful the message: My models by themselves are nothing. It’s the process of creating and the user’s childhood memories that will give them their meaning.All the models were tested and printed in different 3d printers to check that they were perfectly printed. The ones you can see on the picture were printed with PLA in a Prusa i3 with a cooling fan and a slow speed. As the 3d printing industry is daily evolving I find necessary to think and fix any problem related to the printing process as I want to guarantee a high quality result.
We created this cute little articulated elephant last month for our friends in Nante, at IRT Jules Verne (France).Their city is well known for their giant puppets. The most famous one is a huge robotic elephant, the size of a building.Since they bought a lot of material from le FabShop, including a ton of MakerBots, our creative director, Samuel N. Bernier designed this little toy to be used as a goodie.It had a great success, so we decided to share it with you.
Adalinda: The Singing Serpentpinshape.com
UPDATE: Someone pointed out that perhaps there was a bit too much geometry for Adalinda. In the interests of keeping people happy, I have uploaded a decimated version.Adalinda was briefly on CNBC being used as a demo model at the NYC 3D printing conference. Many thanks to Anoroc for letting me know and for using her for his demonstration:-)"Once a century, Adalinda flies to the top of the highest mountain in the realm and sings for her love who died so long ago"I am sure dragons can sing. Here is Adalinda, a female dragon whose song is the most haunting of all.I've had it on my mind for a while to build a dragon, but I wanted to make one that didn't require supports or assembly and here she is. Tolkien style Dragons are not generally shaped to avoid overhang, so the design took some experimentation and thought as I didn't want to compromise too much with shapes.You will need to use lots of cooling when printing her with PLA. With ABS, an enclosed environment is preferred as too much cooling will cause the model to crackI have built her with an open mouth and hollow throat because I wanted her to really look as though she is singing, so don't be surprised at the partial hollow when printing.Adalinda was sculpted using Blender.
#3DBenchy - The jolly 3D printing torture-testpinshape.com
#3DBenchy  is a 3D model specifically designed for testing and benchmarking 3D printers. It is a small recognizable object that you can download for free, make and share.Please visit 3DBenchy.com  for more information.VIDEO: youtu.be/_epwuDI9FBI  https://www.google.se/search?q=%233dbenchy&safe=off&espv=2&biw=1201&bih=734&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=pIQpVbm7D8KQsgHe-QE&ved=0CAcQ_AUoAg http://3DBenchy.com https://youtu.be/_epwuDI9FBI
Low Poly T-rexpinshape.com
Simple low poly T-rexBased on model by ilovedoom: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:637786
Pocket-Tactics Legion of the High Kingpinshape.com
Description Introducing Pocket-Tactics! A fast-paced, modular strategy board game that all fits in a tiny bag! This is the second version of the game (the first was more of a beta) and I've made it so the pieces print (a lot) easier and made a few tweaks to the rules. I'll be leaving the first version up. I'll be re-vamping those original sets in this new style, as well as Pocket-Dungeons. From everyone at Ill Gotten Games, we hope you enjoy the game, and we're always eager to hear your questions and feedback. Get rolling! -Arian illgottengames.blogspot.com/ Models designed in Sculptris and the amazing TinkerCAD. tinkercad.com/things/3xkRMNo6yaK-legion-of-the-high king-pocket-tactics * Instructions *Printed at 10% infill with 2 shells and a layer height of .10. Models were painted with model acrylics.
The Thin man is desktop character figures of 2mm thickness. Please use as desktop figurine.standing : no need support partsclimbing : no need support partslying : need support partssitting : need support parts
My version of a classic trefoil knot. Approximately 6 in.If you would like this item in any other size, contact me and I will make that happen.
Graphica: MEGA Ghost - Print & Play - via 3DKitbash.compinshape.com
You will be amazed at how eye catching this Goofy Ghost can be, and how many laughs you can pull out of your most stoic friends with the giggle inducing tongue! Slurp. Lick! - Originally designed for 3DK's Graphica kit, this new version of the Ghost chip has been specially modified to print at a larger scale, allow for easier #TongueControl, and mount to most any picture hanging nail.After printing MEGA Ghost, please visit our other items on Thingiverse and 3DKitbash.com. Thanks so much for printing! ~Quincy
Automatic Transmission Modelthingiverse.com
Have you ever wondered how an automatic transmission works? I did, so I looked it up and then designed this desktop model. It has six forward speeds a
Test Obliterator X800 + Eraser Thief + Yard Wand #backtoschoolthingiverse.com
Test Obliterator X800 + Eraser Thief + Yard Wand #backtoschool
Fully assembled 3D printable wrenchthingiverse.com
After watching the infamous video from a few years back where Z-Corp prints a fully working wrench i decided i wanted to do the same thing on my own p
Update By popular demand I have added a de-badged version of the V29. It is labeled V29D in the thing files section. I originally put the version numb
Raspberry Pi 3, Pi 2, and Model B+ case with VESA mounts and morethingiverse.com
Compatibility Works with the following Raspberry Pi Models: Raspberry Pi 3 Raspberry Pi 2 Raspberry Pi Model B+ Details This Raspberry Pi case inspi
Fan recreation of a space ship thing that I love. Prints in place with no supports needed. You may need to increase the raft radius if the model is
I would love to keep sharing my projects with all the community. If you like my designs and want to support my work, now you can help with a donation.
Greg's Wade reloaded - Guidler, Tilt Screws, Fishbone Gearsthingiverse.com
Greg's Wade reloaded - Guidler, Tilt Screws, Fishbone Gears
Parametric pulley - lots of tooth profilesthingiverse.com
This thing will create a range of metric and imperial tooth profile pulleys, with any number of teeth, specified in the Openscad file. Tooth profiles
Screwless Cube Gearsthingiverse.com
UPDATE: This design has been superseded by my newer version, http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:213946, which has better pins (and more gear ratio optio