3-D printers have been used to create some incredible things over the past few years.

3-D printers have built houses, produced food, and generated all sorts of surprising objects. But they're not just for hobbyists and large-scale projects.; 3-D printers are capable of creating incredibly useful and clever household objects you may not have even considered in the past. 

CGTrader, a marketplace for 3D artists, knew that there were plenty of useful things you could make with a 3D printer, so they gathered up these handy 3D-printed objects. We added a few creative yet useful additions from Makerbot's Thingiverse and Shapeways as well. 

This is an update of a post originally written by Dylan Love. 

This working padlock and its key are made entirely out of plastic.

Make sure your headphones never get tangled again with this ghost-shaped headphone wrap.

This lamp is made out of several smaller pieces that snap together.

You can 3-D print this chip clip to keep your snacks fresh and crisp.


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