Inspired by the character Fan’s career as a fish tank diver, the MakerBot Studio designed the beautiful orange koi pictured and shared it on Thingiverse.
We’ve found our fish. Thanks to everyone who entered such supremely creative and innovative designs in our ‘On Such a Full Sea’ Fish Challenge.
We celebrated the limited edition of Chang-Rae Lee’s new book with a Thingiverse design challenge. Its sleek, white slipcase was printed on a MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer.
A subjective panel, including Chang-Rae Lee himself, selected the winners based on ease of printing, beauty, and creativity of fish design entries.
A grand prize winner will receive a signed collection of Chang-Rae Lee’s books and three spools of MakerBot Filament. The second and third runners-up of this challenge will receive the regular edition of Chang-Rae Lee’s On Such a Full Sea signed by the author. All winners will have their creations featured on Thingiverse and displayed in the MakerBot Retail Stores.
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Fish Pen Pot by HEJHEJ
Not only does this fishy friend help organize your desk, but it’s also fun to feed. You’ll be seeing spare SD cards, highlighters, and thumbtacks as fish food in no time.
Cork Pals: Fishy Fish by uauproject
Upcycle your used corks into these absolutely adorable little fish. They print in a flash!
Air Jellyfish by XstrudeStudios
A perfect way to display your rootless, soil-free air plants, these bubbly, beautiful jellies will add underwater charm to any space. They print easily with no supports and look especially mystical in translucent filament colors.
World Whale by grumpyrobot
Steamed Fish by dutchmogul
Fictional Fish by mrigsby