The winners for our Bike Accessory Contest have been announced and we had some incredible submissions. Check it out to see if you won and to see some of the other awesome entries. Our Push Plastic Print Contest has also just finished and the judges look forward to the daunting task of choosing 40 winners to receive a roll of Push Plastic’s excellent filament. Stay tuned next week for those winners and for an exciting new contest announcement!
Engineer of Mechanical Things
A bicycle accessory that turns my bike into fantastical creature with realistic eye tracking and blinking movements AND it has potatohead-style swappable mustaches?! OMGYES! This is the present I never knew I needed. This is my motivation to actually buy a bell (sure, I’ve been riding everyday for 3 years, but just yelling at people has worked fine so far). I’m going to print as many as I can and just give them out at the next Boston Bike Party. Viva la bicyclops!
Marketing Wizardry Intern
Printer of all of the Things!
3D printers excel when they create tangible shapes that would be difficult to make any other way. This sweet little puzzle has some complex geometry, but is quick to print and fun to assemble! The stand is a nice touch.
Manager of all of the Content!
This design is so clever. When you can’t tighten a bold because your wrench won’t fit into the space, this handy gadget and your finger will do the trick! This is a great example of 3D modeling and printing for practical use in your home.
Sales Team and Hobbyist Unicorn Wrangler
I’ve been trying to create a hanging plant garden for the longest time, and after looking around for numerous little pots to hold all the plants, came across these prints! These are the perfect size to hang under my skylight, and are a step above the traditional clay pots that I would buy from the garden store!
These awesome stormtrooper models print in a bunch of pieces and are fully articulated! I plan on printing one over the weekend though I’m not sure about the scarf.