If you’ve neglected to remember the fact that it is soon to be Valentine’s day; don’t fret as there is still time to whip up something on your 3D printer which should suffice as a gift.
Below are some of the most romantic prints for you to choose from which are free to download and print, but perhaps don’t tell your loved one that part.
3D Print for Valentine’s Day #1: Infinity Heart Pendant
What is it? This design was made for a wedding but works perfectly well for a Valentine’s Day gift too.
Who made it? Sam Hightower
3D Print for Valentine’s Day #2: Valentine with Bare Conductive Electric Paint
What is it? The designers said: “Light up your Valentine’s geeky heart, with our 3dprinted AdaBot card, using LEDs and Bare Conductive Paint. Turning the gears applies pressure to the batteries hidden inside a heart, lighting up the LEDs.”
Who made it? Adafruit Industries
Where can I get it? You can find this design on Thingiverse.
3D Print for Valentine’s Day #3: MailBot – The Robot Note Mailbox
What is it? Mailbot is a 3D printed mini robot mailbox for little notes. The designer said: “There’s mail, and then there’s the mail you actually love to get.” Mailbot can be kept anywhere such as; your desk, office, car, and everywhere in between!
Who made it? 3by3D
Where can I get it? You can find this cute little guy here.
3D Print for Valentine’s Day #4: Heart Charms or Hearticles
What is it? Heart Charms! They can easily be linked together in different ways. If you’d prefer a bracelet, a necklace or even a ring from just one closed charm, there are many choices. The hearticles come in different sizes, some are closed, some have an opening on the side and some on the bottom. This sweet little idea makes nice jewelry.
Who made it? mieke van der poll
Where can I get it? You can find the downloadable files here on Pinshape.
3D Print for Valentine’s Day #5: Heart Wings Cookie Cutter
What is it? With this OogiMe Valentine’s Day Collection cookie cutter, you can easily surprise your loved one. The estimated print time is just 44 minutes, and depending on how good you are in the kitchen, estimated baking time can vary.
Who made it? OogiMe
Where can I get it? You can find this fabulous design here.
3D Print for Valentine’s Day #6: Heart Light
What is it? For anyone who likes pink heart lighting, this gift is the perfect choice. The heart light is one which casts beautiful mood lighting, perfect for Valentine’s Day.
Who made it? mingshiuan
Where can I get it? Find this gorgeous print here.
3D Print for Valentine’s Day #7: Male Valentines Duck
What is it? This little guy has been described as: “the ancient forefather of the almighty Duck Dynasty”. Sharing a bubble bath with him may make Valentine’s Day feel a lot less lonely. Hopefully.
Who made it? 3DPrinterOS
Where can I get it? You can download this design here.
3D Print for Valentine’s Day #8: Spiral Heart Pendant
What is it? If you’re a bit of a cheapskate, then you’ll find that this option is a much cheaper alternative to Tiffany’s.
Who made it? ideadesign
Where can I get it? This super cute heart pendant can be found here, with a free download too.
3D Print for Valentine’s Day #9: “Hole in My Heart” Cookie Cutter
What is it? Of this slightly different print, the designer said: “I wanted to create something fun for Valentine’s day and ended up with a heart shaped cookie cutter with a difference.”
Who made it? Kayleigh Spring
Where can I get it? If you’re looking for an alternative present option, then you can find this idea on Thingiverse.
3D Print for Valentine’s Day #10: Cupic
What is it? The Cupic’s are a great idea for anyone wanted to share any romantic food on Valentine’s Day. The designers said: “Lovers desert for two? Valentines party? Meet CUPIC, our most romantic food-pick. Dispose after one use.”
Where can I get it? You can find this sweet little idea on 3DShook, and download the print for free, here.
3D Print for Valentine’s Day #11: Valentine Vase & Dish Set
What is it? The Valentine Set comprises of heart inspired vases in short and tall varieties with an optional heart-shaped base, and a matching three section heart shaped candy dish too.
Who made it? richard_swika
Where can I get it? These classic looking dishes can be found on Pinshape.
3D Print for Valentine’s Day #12: “I Love You”-Box
What is it? A circular trinket/present box with the words “I LOVE YOU” embossed in the style of Morris/Goudy around the outside. There is a plain lid, or if you prefer, a lid with space for an insert of your loved one’s initial printed separately and pressed in.
Who made it? MakeALot
Where can I get it? You can find the design here.
3D Print for Valentine’s Day #13: Two-Finger Hearts Ring
What is it? This cute little ring which features three hearts is a great present for anyone with questionable jewelry taste.
Who made it? Ashley Sheppard
Where can I get it? You can find the design here.
3D Print for Valentine’s Day #14: Simple Heart Bracelet
What is it? To go with your loved one’s heart ring is a simple heart bracelet too. Perhaps you could make a whole jewelry collection from your 3D printer?
Who made it? Craig Beddow
Where can I get it? Check out this beautifully simple design on MyMinifactory.
3D Print for Valentine’s Day #15: Support Bouche
What is it? Moving away from the heart theme is this sweet yet functional idea. The Support Bouche is used to hold up your smartphone or tablet – something romantic yet useful.
Who made it? pydimpression3d
Where can I get it? You can check out this cheeky idea on Cults3d.
3D Print for Valentine’s Day #16: Couple Egg Cups
What is it? This interesting idea could be a great way to serve breakfast in bed on Valentine’s Day. The designer said: “Need a special gift for the upcoming Valentine’s day? How about this 3d printed couple? One for him, one for her.”
Who made it? FORMBYTE
Where can I get it? Check out this sweet idea here.
3D Print for Valentine’s Day #17: Heart Gear Keychain
What is it? If you want an understated present, then check out this 3D printed design which works as a key ring. The whole print only takes about 40-60 minutes and can be done in a single print with no raft or supports.
Who made it? UrbanAtWork
Where can I get it? You can find the simple, but a super cute idea on Cults3d.
3D Print for Valentine’s Day #18: Geared Heart, Hand Crank Edition
What is it? This design has an impressive 1,943 likes so it seems many people may be receiving the same Valentine’s Day gift this year!
Who made it? FollowMeOn
3D Print for Valentine’s Day #19: “You’re the one” Sound Wave
What is it? If you’re not really into hearts, but still want to find an equally cheesy present, then perhaps the “you’re the one” sound wave will fit the bill. The designer said, of this little token: “I recorded the words “you’re the one”, took that into Reaper to visualize the waves it made and designed a printable Sound Wave using Sketchup. The original idea was to put this in a box frame with the words as a gift but I’ve not gotten that far! Valentine’s gift perhaps?”
Where can I get it? You find a 3D printed necklace at Shapeways.
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