Seven Practical 3D Printing Objects You Can Use

With the emergence of desktop 3D printers for the consumer market, we have seen some pretty amazing and interesting 3D objects you can print with a 3D printer. Here’s a list of practical 3D objects you can use at home for everyday use.

1) Roll Top Box

 

This is one type of 3D printed furniture you can make – roll top box. This 3d printed roll top box is a great way to store and organize your knickknacks, toys or anything else you can think of.

2) Archimedean Pencil Holders

 

Here’s another 3D printed furniture you can create. This Archimedean pencil holder is a great addition to your home or office. This is an eye catching way to showcase your pencils, pens, or even utensils, such as chopsticks.

3) Phone Case

 

Instead of buying a phone case that everyone else seems to have, you can accessorize your iPhone, Android or Blackberry phones with a customized 3D printed phone case. Now you can have a 3D printed phone case for every day of the week.

4) Kitchen Counter Spoon Holder

 

With this 3D printed spoon holder, you can keep your dirty spoons, forks or even chopsticks from touching the surface of your clean kitchen countertops. This 3D printed spoon holder can also be used as table settings for your dinner parties.

5) Chicken Egg Cup

 

Which came first the chicken or the egg? This 3D printed chicken egg cup will not only make your breakfast more entertaining but help you answer this age old question.

6) Battle Axe Hair Sticks

 

With these 3D printed battle axe hair sticks, you can style your hair as you watch your favorite television series, Game of Thrones.

7) Coin Trays

 

Is your coin jar collecting dust? It’s time to turn your unwanted coins into cash by organizing your coin collection with these 3D printed coin trays. You might be surprised how many coins you have collected over the years.

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