We need your brilliant designs. Get on a 3D modeling program and/or 3D scanner and start to create, construct, and innovate! Build something cool, useful, or just fun. Then upload the file to Thingiverse and tell us all about it.
Show us what you made: the world wants to see it! 3D modeling and printing is still in its infancy. The more you share your work, the more your designs inspire others, get printed, and do awesome things.
The Thingiverse community has uploaded over 100,000 3D models, and that number is growing every day. Check out all the incredible objects people have created, and get inspired to make your own!
What is Thingiverse?MakerBot's Thingiverse is a thriving design community for discovering, making, and sharing 3D printable things. As the world's largest 3D printing community, we believe that everyone should be encouraged to create and remix 3D things, no matter their technical expertise or previous experience. In the spirit of maintaining an open platform, all designs are encouraged to be licensed under a Creative Commons license, meaning that anyone can use or alter any design.
How Can I Get Involved?The best way to get involved with Thingiverse is to try your hand at 3D designing. Thingiverse isn't just of designers, engineers, or CAD drawing experts: anyone can learn. But that's not the only way to participate... Gaining street cred can be as simple as posting your "makes" (prints of an existing design), or creating your own mod template for your favorite 3D design in Customizer, our first app that uses the Thingiverse API.
Emmet’s Automatic Transmission Model is totally worth your 3D printer’s time. Great video,too. http://t.co/GufFIX0GM6 http://t.co/jyqFdnDqre
Mount your @Raspberry_Pi on the back of your TV with this VESA mount case. http://t.co/MZVZOk5yTF http://t.co/y2bx3aYdM9
Thingiminer's Lockable Sorter Box keeps your bits and pieces organized, secure, and stackable. http://t.co/toVowlFMeP http://t.co/K8oXml79I2
Must Print: @nervous_system's Cellular Lamp is unusual, beautiful, ambiguous & quite popular. http://t.co/2Kv6zHO5qe http://t.co/aH8OoEc1IX
@thingiverse Blacklight1880 went beyond printing,using clay to give the skull a face.It's fascinating & kinda creepy. http://t.co/CXodUIh6ne
.@michiel_ontwerp's Zesch Interlocking Coasters can combine forces to become a trivet. http://t.co/6wrp01exvs http://t.co/qMJ5U088mT
Print @makerbot's model of the U.S. Supreme Court Building, designed by architect Cass Gilbert.http://t.co/sxoxyCNaCh http://t.co/ihbpG9amQL