Pinshape’s Top Designs – June 3, 2016

Pinshape’s Top Designs – June 3, 2016

We’ve got some awesome designs to share with you for this week. Check out our top picks and if you haven’t heard, we have a new bike accessory design contest going on and the first prize is a Form 2! 

 

andreAndre’s Pick

CTO/Co-Founder

Dumpster by Simon Kangiser

Check out this mini dumpster by Simon Kangiser. It’s nicely done and is a perfect solution for storing small things such as bolts, nuts, and coins. You can always scale it up to store bigger things!

 

jibran

Jibran’s Pick 

SEO Specialist

Summer is just around the corner and you know what that means!? Time to start making some awesome stuff in your garage! Nothing beats getting creative on a Sunday afternoon. Now I love making things myself so this 3d printed drill machine holder definitely caught my eye. An easy print that is useful and will hold your drill machine in place for years to come. 

 

laurenLauren’s Pick 

Content Manager 

Mini Treasure Chest Jewelry Box by EnterpriseXD

This design is both creative and practical – the best of both worlds! Even though I’m not a pirate, I have accumulated quite a few earrings. I think this treasure chest is just the place to stash them.

 

David’s Pick

Software Engineer

The Fifth Element Stones by Imirnman

These might look like nice decorations –  but they are a lot more! For anyone who hasn’t seen the movie “The Fifth Element” it’s apparently a Bruce Willis classic. In the movie, each of the four stones represents the Earth’s elements and each of the stones contributes to the fifth element that has the power to save the Earth from great evil! 

 

Garret’s Pick

Marketing

Who doesn’t love Star Wars? The Stormtrooper helmet is one of the most iconic memorabilia in the series, and this adaptation looks great as a ring. 

 

Wojtek’s Pick

Front End Development

One Piece Raspberry Pi Zero Case by alex_hui

I love finding practical prints on Pinshape. As you may have already noticed, I’m a little obsessed with Raspberry Pi cases. Just stumbled upon this beauty this week for the new Pi Zero. This would be my case of choice (if the pi zero was in stock anywhere at all)!

      

Check out our Bicycle Accessory Contest launched this week for chance to win a Form 2!

And make sure to come back next week for our next set of picks,
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  • Thanks for mentioning my Ryobi Cordless Drill Holder design. Here are the video details of how I made it. Files are on Thingiverse. https://youtu.be/_eck5AcJ6Wk

  • Radik

    Hmm.. Top Cover image, seems like my designs 😉 (Kevin and Stormtrooper)
    But why Kevin only half printed? (And how did u get my files?? )