Ever wondered what a 3D printer is capable of designing? Theoretically, anything from your own car to buildings for inhabitants that can absorb enormous shockwaves triggered by an earthquake. Let’s stick to basic designs for now and find out some of the coolest things to 3D print out of hobbies or fun.
A hive for sorting the cables
coThe number of cables each of us has right now is likely going to increase over the years as we are going to add more smart devices in our collection and managing all of them eventually turns hectic. That’s why; get your very own 3D printed hive for sorting them. You can also 3D print more hives if you want to add more cables to your collection.
Charging dock for your smartphone
A charging dock designed specifically for your iPhone 6 series that can conveniently compile all its chords while also acting as a passive amplifier whenever you play your favorite tracks.
Horde all SD-cards neatly
SD cards are tiny yet extremely important things that every photographer must keep track of without losing them. Therefore, this 3D printed SD card holder will perfectly compile and stash all your SD cards in one place that you can always turn to whenever you will need one.
Can’t let go of your phone while it’s charging? This 3D printed wall outlet shelf placed directly above the power socket can act as a platform for resting your precious iPhone.
Old school desk calendar
This old school desk calendar has permanently vanished off the market in this modern century when we are largely dependent upon smartphones. A 3D printed desk calendar can be a highly creative addition to your study table as well as an ingenious method of time keeping in these modern times.
Surprisingly, we spend a lot of money for the ultimate music listening experience; however, we never consider anything for protecting these earplugs. You can now easily secure your well-invested earplugs with this 3D printed carrier inside your jeans without tangling the wires too.
Stand for Macbook
A 3D printed stand for holding your Macbook at an optimum angle that will not leave a sore neck after prolong hours of staring at the screen.
Do these ideas intrigue you enough? Feel free to add your creative ideas in the comments and stay with TTN for more information on 3D printing.