#3DBenchy news


Thingiverse member Chris Holmstrom, made this charming interpretation of the #3DBenchy boat in a scene from the iconic movie […]

The Jaws #3DBenchy by Chris Holmstrom


Michael Fogleman (@FogleBird), a software engineer at @Formlabs, published this interesting article about nesting as many #3DBenchy STL files into […]

About 3D-nesting as many #3DBenchy boats as possible


Paul Van Gaans, running the YouTube channel Print Very Good, made this eloquent video, explaining his use of the […]

Paul Van Gaans explains his use of #3DBenchy



See a fleet of #3DBenchy boats 3D-printed upside down on a BCN Sigma 3D printer. Image source: Thingiverse.com

3DBenchy boats printed upside down on BCN Sigma


Reddit user SHIZZILBISCUT made this beautiful #3DBenchy by printing it on an FFF 3D printer and then burning out the […]

Metal #3DBenchy cast in brass!


The standard method of using #3DBenchy is at 100% scale, which makes it easy to compare surface features and […]

Giant #3DBenchy made by Dave Gaylord



Joel Telling met Daniel Norée at the 2017 Midwest RepRap Festival, where he interviewed him about the popular #3DBenchy […]

Joel Telling interviews #3DBenchy’s father


What to do with all those #3DBenchy boats laying your 3D printer? Try stacking as many as possible! […]

#3DBenchy stacking challenge


Putting boats in a bottle has been done for ages. This version by Joel Telling (The 3D Printing […]

Putting #3DBenchy in a bottle using 3D printing