The 10 Most Favorited 3D Printed Products of 2012 on Shapeways

2012 has been a massive year for 3D printing and the Shapeways community.  We have seen many of your products go viral and get a lot of love from the internet.  Following are the 10 most favorited 3D printed products of 2012.  This does not mean they are the most sold or viewed items, simply the products that have been given the most love from the Shapeways community, either by being favorited, or added to a wishlist.  What was your favorite 3D printed product of 2012?  Did it make the list?

Here they are starting at number 10.

3D Printed Nocturnal Watch

The Nocturnal Watch by Whystler

3D Printed Glados Ring

The GLaDOS ring by QUATRO

3D Printed Theo Jansen Propellor

Propeller Propulsion for Theo Jansen’s Strandbeest

3D Printed Super Mario Mobius Strip

The Super Mario Mobius Strip by Joabaldwin

3D Printed Stainless Steel Inception top on Shapeways

Replica of the Inception top 3D printed in Stainless Steel by Roesnakahn

Thorn Dice Set with Decader Design by ceramicwombat 

3D Printed Gyroid by Bathsheba Gross man on Shapeways

Gyroid Design by Bathsheba

3D Printed Strandbeest by Theo Jansen on Shapeways

Animaris Geneticus Parvus #7 Design by TheoJansen

3D Printed Skull by Joshua Harker on Shapeways

Crania Anatomica Filigre (small) Design by JoshuaHarker

And the number 1 most favorited 3D printed product of 2012.

The number 1 favorited 3D printed Product on Shapeways of 2012

Gyro the Cube Design by virtox

Congratulations to all who made the top ten with their designs, we can’t wait to see what 2013 will bring to the world of 3D printing at Shapeways. 


  1. Shapeways Blog

    Following on from the previous post where we looked at The 10 Most Favorited 3D Printed Products of 2012 on Shapeways which reflects the love given to products from within the Shapeways community, this time we are going to look at the 10 Most Viewed 3D Pr

  2. Mark Pavilons

    Being a relative newcomer to Shapeways (mid-way in 2012), I don’t know how I could have lived without it! The whole world should embrace this new way of designing.

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