You don't need a 3D printer in your home to get 3D-printed products. At online stores like Shapeways, Cubify, iMaterialize and Sculpteo, designers and hobbyists share their digital designs, and shoppers can buy the finished, 3D-printed versions of those designs right from the online stores. Often, shoppers can further customize these products by choosing color, material or other decorative elements.
The choices online can be overwhelming. We've waded through the options and made this short-list for your gift shopping. From jewelry to tech accessories to home decor, these objects are stylish and useful.
Jill Scharr is a staff writer for Tom's Guide, where she regularly covers security, 3D printing and video games. You can email Jill at firstname.lastname@example.org, or follow her on Twitter @JillScharr and on Google+. Follow us @tomsguide, on Facebook and on Google+.