It is exciting to observe how the tastes of the Gambody 3D printing community change from month to month. While Jurassic Park, Alien Xenomorph and starfighters are still among the best 3D print ideas of 2020, the list of the most popular 3D prints of March comprises more humans, movie heroes, mechanized vehicles and articulated robots.
Many people would expect a 3D printing enthusiast to spend the last month before Christmas season in preparation for the festive days. There are many fantastic Christmas 3D printed models, including ornaments, trains, Santa Claus, home decor and accessories. But Gambody hobbyists had their own preferences last month and chose other popular 3D printing models in November.
It’s high summer now, but 3D modelers are still working hard to impress you by developing files for 3D printing miniatures. Transformers, superheroes, orcs, tanks, and spaceships – it’s all about how we spent July. We gathered all models released in our July Roundup for you, check it up.
This is probably the most frequent question I am asked whenever I buy a new set of STL files – why would I buy STL files that must be 3D printed, sanded and painted when I can go to a toy store or a hobbyist store and buy the item in a beautiful box.
The rise of bipedal vehicles is near!
London, 16 November 2016 – Step into the BattleTech Universe beyond your computer screen with this incredibly detailed and poseable MWO Atlas 3D model. Make the digital world merge with the physical world with the help of a technology that has been flourishing since its inception.
See what you can create with a 3D printer and a little paint
London, 5 July 2016 – Catapult 3D model has been reigning supreme on Gambody’s marketplace for a month already.