Friday Finds: The Latest 3D Prints from the Shapeways Community

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Every week we take a look at some of the awesome designs that Shapeways 3D prints on behalf of you, the Shapeways community.  If you would like to see your design featured on the Shapeways blog (and more), be sure to share good quality photos in the ‘It Arrived‘ section of the Shapeways forums.

Shapeways Skull 3D Print

Check out this 3D print of a human skull generated by a CT scan by one of our all time favorite Shapeways designers, the Museum of Small Things.

We are also starting to see some BEAUTIFUL Gold Plated Brass start to hit the Shapeways shops like the Japanese Fishscales Ring design by Rylinn 

Keeping on a Japanese theme the Small Tree Decoration by Stefano Alberti is a perfect quirky addition to your Bonzai tree.

Celebrate the freedom of the sea in the nautical age with the Steering ring by Pookas in Sterling Silver or bling it all the way out with Gold Plated Brass.

Happy weekend peoples!

4 comments

  1. Jonathan Marks

    Wow.:-)
    Those offices shots are an inspiration to anyone.

    But so is the personal story that Peter tells about the early days in Eindhoven and the move to New York. We plan to show that episode to startups applying for a high-tech hardware accelerator that’s being created on the High Tech Campus. Peter makes a strong point that if the province of North Brabant wants to retain world-class talent like Shapeways, it needs to build a serious fund to make it possible for great ideas to get access to capital. Curious to know why you still retain an office in Eindhoven? Is the technology still being developed there?

  2. Xiaoxiao

    This is AWESOME!
    Love the video!

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