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14 Best 3D Printed Furniture Projects

While 3D printing is gaining ground in the industrial sector, it is also present on a smaller scale in homes, open spaces or even parks and streets. We have noticed more and more 3D printed furniture for example. From chairs, tables, stools to sofas, there is no shortage of initiatives! Designers and manufacturers use 3D printing technologies to increase complexity and offer customisable furniture. Some can even be printed directly at home. Discover some 3D printed furniture projects and leave with some great home decor ideas!

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Over 100 3D Printing Projects for Your Home

“But what are they really good for except printing more plastic crap that we don’t need?” We hear such sentiments a lot when talking about 3D printing. And there’s some grain of truth to that statement. A lot of what we still see coming out of 3D printers are trinkets, toys (that kids won’t likely play with), and joke items.

When Make: put together the first Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing just two short years ago, we decided to address this criticism by including an article on practical things you could create with a 3D printer. We really had to dig deep to find worthy candidates.

These days, it’s getting a lot easier. Especially in areas like medicine, 3DP is really starting to come into its own, creating seriously life-enhancing, even life-saving medical devices…

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Practical 3D Printing | Home Improvement & Repairs

In this video I show off a project that I did on my 3D printer to design and print a part needed to mount the curtain in my apartment correctly. As much fun as 3D printers are they have a lot of real world use cases. Maybe you can use a 3D printer to repair or upgrade something in your home!

 

3D Printing Ideas – 30 Simple IKEA Hacks to 3D Print

It’s a one-stop shop for instructions on modifying and repurposing IKEA products. Commonly known as IKEA hacks, the alterations can be as basic as a little embellishment here and there, or as complicated as a breaking out the power tools and safety goggles.

Naturally, the Swedish furniture giant doesn’t officially endorse or condone these modifications. But that hasn’t stopped them becoming very popular among devotees of their products.

And wouldn’t you know it, 3D printing has played an essential role in some of the best and the brightest IKEA hacks in the world today. Here’s a summary of best we could find, together with links for further instructions…

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20 things you’ll never have to buy again if you own a 3D printer

When 3D printing first arrived, enthusiasts imagined a future of desktop factories where people wouldn’t need to drive out to a store to get things they needed anymore. Instead, they could just download pre-made designs from the internet and print them from the comfort of their own home…

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