Friday Finds is here, with some of this week's most beautiful and daring designs from the Shapeways community. Want more? You can find it in the It Arrived section of the forum, or on 3D Printspiration, the Shapeways' tumblr.
Lukas.Suess' algorithmically generated Broad Thorn Pendant in 3D Printed Silver, garnished with gemstones
stop4stuff, wielding the power of Frosted Ultra Detail, has created an atmospheric 3cm (!!) Kiosk 6 Telephone Box
Museum of Small Things shows off their organic-looking Black Crown Ring -- 3D printed glass and 3D printed steel, living together in harmony
Andehans City Grid Coasters, use ceramics to outline the grids of Oslo, NY and other cities chosen based on personal significance.
As we all begin gearing up for the weekend, here's a look at some of the amazing pieces the Shapeways creative community has fabricated this week. If you want to see more, you can check out lots more treasures in the "It Arrived" section of the forum. We hopes it's as inspiring for you as it is for us. Happy Friday!
unellenu's otherworldly Fractal Shade, designed for an LED candle.
Gibell's Exploding Ball Puzzle is a 3D printed remake of the wooden one. In Polished WSF, the pieces come apart properly for the 1st time!
archenemy76's Faceted Cuff Bracelet is another Polished WSF front runner this week. Efficient use of materials, combined with beautiful mathematical shapes.
Virtox shows off Gyro the Cube, a crowd favorite, printed larger than ever before! (Catch the video to experience the full effect.)
Hello all! We've been busy printing and learning about 3D Printing Ceramics. Thanks to all your awesome designs, we've learned quite a lot over the past few weeks about what types of designs work best for this new material.
We've updated the Ceramics Design Rules, which will be the "Golden Source" for all ceramics related design guidelines from now on.
Macouno is using IndieGoGo to crowd source funding to fully realize the creation, and exhibition of a series of limited issue, highly collectible, art pieces. They are artificial life, generated in the computer, 3D printed, grown, and presented in classic specialist entomology style. In august of 2011 the Entoforms will be exhibited in association with a renowned art gallery in Amsterdam.