Cool Nifty Gadgets Made with 3D Printing
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3D printing can be used for everything from producing organs to homes. The technology is as varied as it is powerful and it can result in some pretty incredible creations.
Here are now some cool and nifty gadgets made with 3D printing. The first is an 8 cylinder radial engine model that sees all its pieces move at the same time.
Seventh is a super useful print-in-place phone holder that even goes in your car. Eighth is a stylish multi-colored clamp that can hold together a variety of objects.
Next, is an ultra-smooth cranker console box. Tenth is a torque wrench that can easily be assembled together.
Fourteenth is a cool squeeze grip fan that can provide some refreshing cooling. Next up is a scary looking chompy skull.
You can also 3D print fabric although it's doubtful you can wear it. Seventeenth is a ratchet clamp, a smaller clamp for tiny objects.
Next, up are some fun multi-purpose small clips that look like fish. A swipe flask is ideal for hiding things while a flat-fold phone stand works magic for holding up your phone.
Fidget twisters are great for relaxing and an iris box is ideal for small jewelry or pills. Micro catapults are great for throwing small things across big distances and puzzle spheres are loads of fun to assemble.
Have we piqued your curiosity yet? Then watch the video to see all these items in motion.
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