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Join our 3D printing community today and start designing,
collaborating, and printing the easy way.

  • Create anything you can imagine
  • Collaborate with other 3D enthusiasts
  • Show the world what you’ve got

Latest designs

  1. T Puzzle

    Another clever puzzle
  2. Puzzle of Evil

    A deceptively difficult puzzle.
  3. Quin G1: Mop1 - 3DKitbash.com

    A hair style for 3DKitbash's Quin: 3D Printable Fashion Doll and Inventing Platform.

About YouMagine

YouMagine is an online community for everyone who’s eager to explore the world of 3D printing.

Want to work with other users and learn from each other? Go right ahead: YouMagine is about sharing and collaboration. Needless to say, everything you upload will remain your intellectual property which we encourage you to share.


At YouMagine you can print existing designs, but we’d love for you to give designing a try yourself. With our easy design tool that will be available soon, creating your ideas becomes a piece of cake.


YouMagine is a community in progress, so please feel free to share your ideas.


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We have one job vacancy! Want to help make YouMagine grow? Find it at the Jobs page of Ultimaker!


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  • Span1 me
    jorispeels wrote:
    Lovely idea! Do want to point out that the process and material may not be food safe. But, did it work?
  • Span1 efi mr
    fns720 wrote:
    Yes it works :) The thicker one works with softer fillings - we are creating kabanos (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kabanos) with it. Although it is not exactly food safe I printed it from PLA (PLA is frequently used for food packaging).
  • Span1 me
    jorispeels wrote:
    I would council you to not use 3D printed things in a food application especially a raw meat one. On a personal level, awesome!
  • Span1 efi mr
    fns720 wrote:
    Or maybe we need to find some food safe raw material for printing :)
  • Span1 me
    jorispeels wrote:
    Even if you did this the nature of the process may leave occlusions, open spaces, space between the layers where bacteria or microbes could grow. And sanitization would work less well with a 3D printed part than with a smoother injection molded part. The only food safe process is 3D printed ceramics. You could add a liner or use the print as a mold.
  • User placeholder
    Walt B. wrote:

    Jorispeels.  They have food grade enamel paint  if you are worried about the plastic when using.  If you are worried about bacteria growth after using dispose of this after you use it.  When you are ready to make more sausages print another copy.


    I  created one of these but have not used it yet.  The only problem I saw was there was a little but of movement on the machines metal parts.