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9 of The Most Amazing Projects Created with 3D Printing

As it becomes more available, 3D printing is starting to make its mark on the world. Manufacturers, artists, and construction companies are utilizing this technology more in their industries and creating some really cool stuff. While it is hard to narrow down the best creations, here are nine of the most amazing projects created with 3D printing.

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1. A Play Castle

1. A Play Castle

Looking for a fun play-place for the kids in the backyard? Check out this amazing castle created through 3D printing. The details created on the sides and roofing of the castle are intricate and unique. This castle was created by Andrey Rudenko who is looking to provide a new method for home construction. This project was used as a trial run to see how well the method works in construction.Photo Credit

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2. A Car

2. A Car

This automobile was 3D printed and assembled in front of a crowd in just six days at the International Manufacturing Technology Show in Chicago. Created by Local Motors, an Arizona-based car manufacturer, isn’t the first to create a car with 3D Printing, but they did do it the fastest. Photo Credit

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3. A child's artwork

3. A child's artwork

Want to bring your child’s drawings to life? Try sending them in to get a tangible, sculpture created with 3D printing. This will help boost the self-esteem of your child and clear off your fridge.Source

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4. Instruments

4. Instruments

Why not 3D print instruments? These instruments produce a quality sound and can be created from different materials. From Shakuhachi flutes to the first guitar printed and created by Scott Summi, you can create a custom instrument in less time.Source

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5. A Camera Lens

5. A Camera Lens

The basic camera lens isn’t that basic. Every photographer knows that the lens is the most vital part of taking a picture. What if they became more affordable through 3D printing? That’s right- people are 3D printing lenses and creating them to fit different cameras, fix existing parts on lenses, and more.Source

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6. A Wedding Bouquet

6. A Wedding Bouquet

Tired of wilting flowers? Dr. Majewski 3D Printed her wedding bouquet! Talk about customizing your own wedding to your interests. Photo Credit

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7. A Bridge

7. A Bridge

MX3D has overcome some major obstacles to create a fully functional stainless-steel bridge with 3D printing. It will be used in Amsterdam and used to cross a canal. This goes to show that 3D printing can be strong and complex while also showing grace and beauty.Source

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8. Babies in the Womb

8. Babies in the Womb

Expectant moms and dads are always looking for new ways to immortalize their children. With 3D printing, one Japanese company is helping to turn ultrasound pictures into 3D models. At any point in a pregnancy, couples can create one of these sculptures for a little more than $1200.Photo Credit

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9. Medical Models

9. Medical Models

Medical models that are 3D printed with titanium are helping some medical students learn and explore the human body, rather than starting on cadavers. Using these models creates a more lasting model that can teach before ever touching a real body. Photo Credit