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Funny, unusual, unusual, deco or not... Thought by creators sometimes winners of the contest System D, all these objects are printed in 3D. Useful, astute, ingenious, they embellish the daily home side, leisure or garden. The hard part is to choose!

A skateboard seat

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A skate transformed into a bench

Skate seat

Between Louis-Philippe and his skateboard, it's a love story, a page of his life, that of his adolescence. The time of friends. For this young designer, there is no question of throwing this board of memories. With a good dose of imagination, and some notions of modeling, Louis-Philippe managed to divert the primary function of the object, just to give it a second life.

Skate transformed into a seat

To transform his skate into a small bench, he creates two custom pieces that he prints in 3D. These parts are similar to the trucks, these parts screwed on the board where the wheels are clipped. With one difference! The designer has two holes (Ø 23 mm) in each plastic room where two wooden legs will fit together.
Hardware side, the designer needs to four pieces of broomstick (35 cm long), 8 bolts and nuts, four screws, a screwdriver and a wrench. Bolts and nuts are used to fix on the board the printed part in which the pieces of broom will be inserted.
On modeling software, only one file is needed for both parts. The printing lasts between eight and nine o'clock.
Sitting or standing on his board, Louis-Philippe tests the resistance and stability of his new seat. The whole thing works like clockwork.

Printed parts for skate seat

Cc-BY-NC-ND license
PLA material
Skatebench Project
Creator: Louis-Philippe Vancraeynest

Smart connectors for adjustable furniture

Pieces for an adjustable storage unit

Corentin is one of the winners of the System D contest. His idea? Build an adjustable cabinet with simple 3D printed connectors. Adaptable and flexible, the system consists of three types of parts and allows create custom furniture by assembly. For a piece of furniture, count about 12 pieces of this type. To print them, it takes 126 meters of filament, and seventeen hours of printing. The manufacture of a complete piece of furniture implies as additional material: a 4 mm rope, cleats of 27 x 27 mm and plates of 15 mm thick.
CC-by license
PLA or ABS material
Project Furniture Connectors
Creator: Corentin Le Bris

A glass stand in the shape of a dragon

3D printed wine glass holder

He shapes, distorts, sculpts and colors his passion for Asia. Cemal, designer, had fun creating this support for glass, aesthetic and functional. This piece is the subject of a single file. It takes eight hours to print a media with a fill rate of 25%. And why not print several, organize a coral Asian dinner. And impress the guests, in cahoots with the dragons.
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PLA or ABS material
Dragon Wine Glass Project
Creator: Cemal Cetinkaya

A wall spot on a kneecap

Airship spot

Luca dreamed about it, he did it. This designer has imagined a small articulated two-tone wall spot by a ball joint. The LED and the assembly are easy to assemble, a thread weaves between each of the pieces to fix them to each other. This PLA wall lamp is composed of four pieces, with four modeled files. The required filament length is about 26 meters. A screw 3 cm in diameter will be sufficient to hang this luminaire on the wall or on another support. Patience on the other hand to get the finished piece because the printing time is estimated at a little over twelve hours.
License ©
PLA material
Wall Lamp Project
Creator: Luca Parmegiani

A custom door block

Door block in 3D

Jean-Paul had a clear idea of ​​the door-lock he wanted. Tired of not finding what he was looking for, the creator modeled and printed it himself. Clever, this hinge latch is composed of three pieces to assemble, printed in 3D. The structure is fixed to the door with two screws. Once mounted, the ring clings to the stop and holds the door open. And when it is closed, the latch folds vertically against the door.
Cc-BY-NC-ND license
ABS material
Block Door Project
Creator Jean-Paul Beauxis-Aussalet

A decorative keychain

decorative keychain

Bored with wasting time searching for his keys, Guillaume modeled this decorative keychain. It has two notches to choose from, a letter to post, or some photos. The lines are protruding, print media are expected from the slicing software. Once the printing is complete, the keychain is almost ready for use. It will be enough to remove the overhangs with the cutter before nailing, screwing, or sticking to the wall. And why enlarge its dimensions to turn it into a coat rack?
CC-BY license
PLA or ABS material
Project Keychain / Photo Holder
Creator Guillaume Dualé

Bar connectors

Bar to do everything

The concept of Quentin, one of the participants in the System D contest, is to create bar connectors. It is inspired by Lego that can be assembled without limit. These impressions, once ready for use, require the bare minimum tooling level. The elements fit together with the exception of the elbow whose two parts must be glued. At the supplies, our creator adds a saw to resize, if necessary, the bars. And screws to fix the structure to the wall.
CC-BY license
PLA or ABS material
Project Barre to do everything
Creator Quentin Couvreur

A disign rack for curtain rod

Curtain rod support

Arnaud tinkered in his son's room to repair the twisted "legs" holding the curtain rod. Rather than buy two squares, the designer decides to print them in 3D. He used the Honeycomb mode for filling with slic3r.org slicing software
The model is composed of three parts to print in duplicate, with a base and two flanges which come to stiffen the structure. For assembly, 4 M3x20 screws and 4 M3 nuts are required for each element.
CC-BY license
PLA or ABS material
Draft angle / curtain rod support
Creator Arnaud Mestries

Pots "design"

3D printed jars

Geoffrey, a participant in the System D competition, is at the origin of the root project. The idea? A hybrid object, multifunctional to leave the user the freedom to use it as he wishes. In turn, flowerpot, pencil, or simple decorative object, the design of the object is inspired by floral roots. Select the "nozzle" print parameter, with a layer thickness of 0.8 mm on slic3r.org. It takes a filament coil of 335 meters for the whole. And forty-seven hours to print the files.
CC-by license
PLA or ABS material
Racine Project
Creator Geoffrey Berniolle

Original candy dispensers

These two candy dispensers will delight all gourmands concerned with hygiene and aesthetics. It only remains to choose his model, rock'n'roll or more classic in pink Barbapapa. The head is printed between ten and eleven, with acrylic paint and a layer of aerosol varnish suitable for a lacquered effect. The pink dispenser is printed with a backing, a 10% fill, and a 0.25mm resolution. The color of the filaments can be changed to obtain a tank in the hue of choice. For each object, the dimensions are adjustable. Additive printing allowed these two creators to design these objects from recycled daily waste.

Candy dispenser

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PLA material
Zombie Candy Dispenser Project
Creator Ricardo Salomão

Candy dispenser

Cc-BY-SA license
PLA material
Project Candy Machine
Creator Taniya Wiesner

A bottle rack design

Bottle holder

This bottle rack defies the laws of physics. It is thanks to the counterweight created by the bottle that the support plays its role. Original, this stylish and stylish object is printed in 3D for the modest sum of 3 €. Ideal for decorating a table, or to sit in the kitchen. This model needs at least 23 meters of filament. The printing lasts a little over four hours. A single file is enough to create the part that does not require any support. On the other hand, the complexity of the forms makes that no painting can be applied, at the risk that it is not uniform. The designer recommends choosing a filament color beforehand to print the model from the beginning in the desired color.
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PLA material
Twisted Project, Balancing Wine Holder
Creator Kirby Downey

A photophore moucharabieh way

Photophore printed in 3D

It is a candle holder. The object is extruded to let the light filter. Counting still seven hours of printing to touch the hand this creation, ready to use. Andrew, the creator, advises to reduce the speed of printing to obtain a better result. He says his room does not need any support to be made. The design was worked for 3D printing. The artist first designed all the faces in 2D, before importing the images on the modeler Rhino (rhino3d.com) to extrude them into a 3D object.
Cc-BY-SA license
ABS material
Voronoi Vase Project
Creator Andrew Reynolds

A perforated fruit basket

Fruit basket in 3D

Marcel, a surfer and creator of 3D objects, has created an original fruit bowl in the art of spider-inspired tableware. To print this piece, a few hours were enough. A beautiful gift idea.
CC-BY-NC-SA license
Material Nylon black
Fruit Bowl Project
Creator Marcel Bachmann

Nutcracker

Nutcracker

This 3D printed piece is an alternative to the traditional wooden nutcracker.
Two strong plastic parts are screwed together until the pressure crushes the hull. That's it !
License ©
PLA material
Project Nut Cracker
Creator Paul-Marco Van Schriek

Stand for coffee or tea caspules

Holder for coffee capsules

Useful and practical in the kitchen or to impress friends, this coffee capsule holder allows to present sixteen pods. The 3D room stands up thanks to a foot that balances the structure. Pascal, the creator, simplified the whole as much as possible. The assembly does not require any tools. The set is thanks to a system of clipping.
Cc-by license
PLA or ABS material
Nespresso Capsule Support Project
Creator Pascal Grossheny

A plug adapter for transferring without spilling

Plug adapter

This plug adapter helps regulate the flow of water.
It is even possible to create a thread to ensure maximum sealing. Also possible, the setting of the thickness "above and below" so that the water does not infiltrate into the room. And avoid leaks.
Cc-by license
PLA or ABS material
Plug Adapter Project
Creator Pierre Anne

A multifunction wall hook

multifunction wall hook

Daniel participated in the contest launched by System D. And sent his multifunction hook project to the editor. His piece hangs with a wall screw, to hang various accessories: handle coffee cup, tea towel, utensils, etc. For more support, two pieces must be printed. And, if you wish, you can even use it to maintain a decorative plate or frame in complete safety.
Cc-by license
PLA or ABS material
Project Multifunction Hook
Creator Daniel Roy

Barrette pliers to close packages

Clamp to close the bag

This 3D printed clip is ideal for storing food. Waterproof, it adapts to all open packaging and prevents early alteration of food. Gruyere case grated in the fridge, but also packet of pasta, or lunch box. Only one file is needed to create this nifty clip.
Cc-by license
PLA or ABS material
Farm Project Bag
Creator Philippe Poulard

Practical juicer

3D citrus juicer

Awesome. Thibault, creator, imagined a juicer that flows the juice directly into the glass. By changing the diameter from the modeling software, the plastic part can adapt to different sizes of lenses. Practical, aesthetic and hygienic. You had to think about it!
Cc-by license
PLA or ABS material
Presso project
Creator Thibault Fiacre

A two-in-one towel holder

Two-in-one towel holder

A sponge holder with water evacuator coupled with a support to be adjusted for the soap dispenser. History to solve the problem of liquid product burrs. The fill rate is 20%. The three pieces require the use of supports. Use a resin to seal the material.
Cc-by license
PLA or ABS material
Project Adapted kitchen accessories
Creator Mickael Da Silva

Practical Towel Rack

Practical towel holder

System D elected him for his workshop section. Designed for the bathroom or the kitchen, this towel rack will find its place in the heart of a DIY space. And will probably be very handy at hand.
Rather original with a very simple operation, the structure is composed of two pieces, the bearing and the ball. Side operation, just mount the ball, place the laundry, let fall the ball. And it's done.The printing time is estimated at two hours for the two modeled files: the hook and the ball. The fill rate of the ball is set at 100% to be quite heavy.
On the slicing software, it will probably be necessary to add supports to the ball.
The size of the structure can be modified at will according to the needs. Of course, a small towel will not require the same resistance as a large bath towel. Vary the colors so that the support is as decorative as useful.
License ©
PLA material
Towel Hanger Clip Project
Creator Franc Falco


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