Stuck for Christmas presents -- how about a 3D printed miniature? Send Miniature Moments a photo of your loved one, pet or favourite gadget, and it'll print off one of its passport photo sized miniatures for you.
Instead of battling the crowds at your nearest shopping centre, we recommend you really get into the festive spirit by downloading some free CAD software and having a go in this month's 3d Printing Challenge. You can win a 3D-printed model of your own design, plus a Tokyo Flash watch of your choosing.
As the printed word gives way to digital distribution, libraries must change in both form and function in order to remain relevant in the Internet age. One New York book repository has taken the lead in this effort by installing the country's first "maker's space" within a public library.
After receiving some weird and wonderful entries to our first-ever 3D printing challenge, we've not only selected a winner, we've actually 3D PRINTED THE SHIT out of the winner. Well, we didn't 3D print the creator of the winning model...that'd just be weird (and expensive).
Time is running out to get entries in for our first-ever 3D printing challenge. You've got until the 24th of October to trump Simon's Chairman Mao, which is currently in the lead for our "design an avatar" competition. Do you want to let him walk away with his very own 3D-printed model of Mao? Of course not!
You've seen the US site's shooting challenges; hell, you may remember the Photoshop challenges from years back. Do you know what we're going to do here on Giz UK? Get you designing 3D models, with the winner getting their model 3D model printed out for keepsies. Oh yes!