3D Printed Transforming Robots Are Go!

One of the coolest things about my role at Shapeways is that I get the opportunity to see the amazing diversity of amazing stuff that is being 3D printed by the Shapeways community.  I get to take a peak into where you all hang out online when you are not hanging out in the Shapeways forums, and I get to see the excitement that spreads into other members of your communities when they see the Shapeways awesomeness.


I recently stumbled across a few sites dedicated to Transformers that have a fertile community including TFW2005 that had a few interesting threads singing the praises of Shapeways and showing some fantastic models that have not cropped up in the It Arrived forum, yet. ;)

James from TFW was kind enough to direct me to a few threads including Share Your Shapeways Finds which at five pages long only starts to cover some of the 3D printed robot action that is happening through Shapeways.

Some of the shops mentioned on the site are familiar names in the Shapeways community, others are a little more quiet but are still doing really nice work including:

Sad Orange Dodo

Never Growing Up by Drawn-Steel Hero

Sunlink’s Armory

Retro Repro Toy Parts

A1 Kitbashing

Venksta Customs

G2 Productions



MR Productions

Ariel’s Customs

One thing I do notice is that there are not many photos in the shops for these items which is a shame as they look amazing, especially in Frosted Ultra Detail (FUD).  So break out your cameras and upload some images at 450×324 or 700×519 format into your shops so we can see just how cool these items look.

If anyone wants this widget for their page or forums here is the code. Or make your own widget

<iframe frameborder=”0″ src=”https://www.shapeways.com/widget/include.php?fav=transformers&style=light&rows=3&cols=3″ style=”border: 1px solid rgb(192, 192, 192); height: 464px; width: 474px;”> </iframe>

If you think I should add anything to this one just let me know.

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  1. Shapeways Blog

    With an incredibly ambitious project by A1 Kitbashing taking 3D Printing Transformers to the next level….  Chibi-Devs splits into his six
    Chibi-Structicons, all of which transform individually from robot to
    vehicle and back. Chibi-Devs himself is ar

  2. G2 Productions

    Thanks for the plug! Now I know where so many hits are coming from, I had no clue there were blogs and stuff here.

    Will definitely check the forums out better!

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