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Gambody Produces Incredibly Detailed 3D Printed Scale Model of the Millennium Falcon

Any insomniac can tell you about the deep questions that plague them at 3AM when they’re desperately trying to get some much-needed sleep. What happens after death? Who decided that salt and pepper sh... read more

Gambody reveals how they designed and built an epic 236-piece 3D printed Millennium Falcon

A few weeks ago, 3D printing marketplace Gambody released the design files for a 1:34 scale 3D printable Millennium Falcon, one of the most detailed ... model’s complexity. It is an epic spaceship, wi... read more

Orion in the Mayan skies

Stéphane Guisard is an incredibly gifted astrophotographer, a man who strives to take the very best and most beautiful images of the sky that he possibly can. If his name is familiar, it might be beca... read more

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Gambody Continues to Impress with Flawlessly Detailed 3D Printed Models of a Soviet Tank and a MechWarrior Catapult

Gambody has wowed us with their detailed, quality models in the past, including an incredible, more-than-200-part scale model of the Millennium Falcon ... “All in all, we are very satisfied with the 3... read more


Top 75 spaceships in movies and TV part 5

The very ... the model contains a nude pin-up for the crew in the cockpit, though this would never have resolved to become visible during shooting. Possibly one of the most under-rated spaceship desig... read more

Disney Research brings custom 3D printing principles to knitting machines with new compiler

Disney Research has been on a serious roll with its 3D printing innovations and 3D printing patents ... For while industrial knitting machines can certainly produce very detailed, seamless, 3D surface... read more

Is Betelgeuse about to blow?

In reality, that’s just because of the way the image is printed, and isn’t an actual physical bump. But the hot spot (probably due to a big ol’ bubble of hot gas rising near the surface) in itself sho... read more



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