The Best of the Year: 2016 3D Prints

This year saw the emergence of 3D printing as a viable alternative to traditional 3D printers.

3D Printing is an industry where you can make anything from 3D-printed houses to miniature replicas of real-life things.

However, 3D printed objects are still quite expensive, and often times difficult to print.

Luckily, there are a handful of 3-D printed houses, buildings, sculptures, and other objects out there that are both inexpensive and fun.

Here are the best 3D prints that you should check out in 2016.

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The Bamboo House The Basket of Flowers is an architectural masterpiece that has been designed by artist, Michael J. Bocanegra, who is best known for the architectural works of the late Pablo Picasso.

The structure is designed to take up a quarter of a mile in length and can hold a maximum of three people, and it can be completed in about two years.

It was completed in late 2015, and is one of a few houses that is 3D Printed, or 3D produced by 3D artists.

This house has a large balcony, a large, open, glass roof, and an open floor plan.

The exterior of the house is printed by 3d printers, and the interior is 3d printed using the traditional methods.

It is currently on display in the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC.

The architects claim that it will have a long lifespan because it is a very well-built, well-designed, and well-executed structure.

The Bamboo Home is a masterpiece of design and construction that will set the bar for others.