One of the things you can watch over and over again is the space opera created by George Lucas. We wish to recollect some of the most incredible characters that become top Star Wars models for 3D printing. One of Gambody enthusiasts, David Ventola, loves to 3D print upscaled models from this iconic universe. We are sure you will adore his Boba Fett 3D print, R2-D2 astromech droid and Darth Vader figurine.
Fairytale creatures, mighty dragons, famous superheroes, destructive villains and even spaceships come to life right before your eyes on a 3D printer bed. Gambody offers a new selection of the best models to 3D print at home inspired by June trends 2020.
The impressive Star Wars universe seems to be endless. With the release of The Mandalorian TV series, it offers many fantastic adventures to anyone who loves to travel in the outer reaches of the galaxy. This fantasy world creates many characters and iconic spaceships a true collector can die for. Gambody’s selection of stunning Mandalorian 3D models for 3D printing can bring you hours of joy and let you turn your favourite figurines, gauntlets, armour and spacecraft into unique masterpieces.
No matter how you met him, through The Mandalorian TV series or Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker film, but he has most likely melted your heart. The Child is one of the most popular characters in 2020. And a big selection of Baby Yoda 3D printing models allows you to add this cute alien to your collection of figurines from top-rated movies.
A big selection of impressive Star Wars models to 3D print makes it sometimes hard to decide which one to craft first. Gambody is happy to interview 3DPiceland who loves this franchise and keeps adding more and more spaceships and characters from Star Wars and The Mandalorian to his collection. Each new figurine is terrific to make in 2020.
Happy New Year to all the fans of 3D printing from all over the world. The on-going holiday festive made many of us a bit lazy. But it is always fun to begin the new 2020 year with admiring stunning 3D printing models shared by Gambody enthusiasts in December.
Is it summer yet?
According to the calendar, it is. We’re halfway through June which means we have some debts to pay to May. The roundup of your 3D printed figurines for the month of May hasn’t been shared yet. Apologies for the delay but the warm nights and long sunny days are to blame.
Hello, spring! The days get longer which means more time for 3D printing figurines.
If you randomly wandered here and have no idea what is going on, let us make a short introduction. Every month we are running a monthly roundup of 3D printed miniatures that our customers share pictures and videos of in our Facebook group. You can also join the fun and if you have questions concerning 3D printing, this is a place you will like to ask them.
We all know that 3D printing cosplay has become a branch of the 3D printing industry. If you don’t believe it visit one of the Comic-Con events and you will see it for yourself. Gamers all over the world are working on their costumes months before the event dedicated to video games and movies. They only have a couple of days at their disposal to make themselves seen by the entire audience.
The year has just started and barely recovered from all the celebrations and the festive mood that we getting our sleeves up for a new round of 3D printed figurines our friends from Gambody – 3D Printing Gaming Community shared with us.
We’ve ended the year on a positive note with a nice blog post about some of the best 3D printed miniatures from our marketplace. To keep the same trend, here are 16 of 3D printed models our editorial team picked during the first month of 2018.
Hello, 2018! Well, you came fast and caught us a little off guard. But don’t worry. We’ll be back in the saddle soon. We still have some unfinished business with 2017. And we can’t leave it pending.
‘Pick of the Month’ posts is a series of blog articles that our editorial team will write once per month, picking the 3D printing miniatures that according to them are worth being showcased again.
We contact the artists, ask them interesting facts about the miniatures or models and bring these facts directly to you, our reader.
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.
3D printing can be challenging. Sometimes it requires months to print one single model. So there’s no wonder it can cost thousands. The price also depends on material you print from – if you use precious metals, you should be ready to pay a lot. But sometimes the numbers can sound unrealistic, but still be real. We found some models for 3d print which price will definitely amaze you. And the models too.
We’ve collected 15 video game and movie-inspired 3D printing spaceships to give you the opportunity to 3D print one and admire it whenever you want. Some of them are of impressive size and scale. These require many 3D printing hours and a bunch of 3D printing material to complete. However, the result is worth it.
April roundup is not as rich in 3D printing models as the previous months were. Nevertheless, the second month of spring has brought other surprises for our entire community in the shape of 3D printed models that we will showcase in the second part of this post. Keep reading to discover them all.
3D printed helmet props from video games and movies that have become classics are very popular among 3D printing enthusiasts. Customized to meet even the most exigent tastes, these 10 3D printed helmets are simple 3D printing projects of people who enjoy the advancement of this technology and are eager to see what it can deliver to its followers.