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The days of simple Nerf guns are over. Embrace the new, and retrofit your arsenal with the best 3D printed Nerf gun parts, mods, and attachments!
3D printed toys are one way to bring more fun, increase customizability (and decrease cost, of course). From monsters and drones to dolls... 3D printing toys is like being a kid in a candy store. Here are some great ideas for 3D printed toys for children of all ages.
A 3D printed puzzle is an excellent example of how you can combine multiple parts to make one model or device. They also frequently have moving pieces, making them great torture tests for your 3D printer.
It's time to invest in finger friendly gizmos. Here are 32 great DIY fidget toys & fidget spinner alternatives to DIY or buy.
Are you an aviation enthusiast looking for the best model plane to add to your collection? Or maybe you're a hobbyist and you want to 3D print your own custom R/C plane? Either way, this is the list for you!
Fans new and old love to play with Transformers, and now you can 3D print your own! Check out these awesome 3D printed Transformers!
Need to entertain the kids, but aren't sure what to do? Check out our list of great 3D printed toys! Some are educational!
Looking for the best fidget spinner in the wooooorld? Here are the 55 best fidget spinners you can buy or DIY, plus bearings, tips and tricks.
We've trawled the web for these Rick and Morty toys, figures to 3D print so you don't have to. Show a little love, and Get Schwifty!
Looking for the best 3D printed fidget spinner toys? Here's a list of 34 best 3D printed fidget spinners you can DIY or buy.
Got a new 3D printer? This article guides you through the first steps and provides you with a lot of ideas and free 3D models you can print.
MakieLab, a London-based startup that 3D printed and sold custom dolls, is closing shop and handing everything over to Disney.
3D printed Makies are the dolls of the future. Here's everything you always wanted to know about Makies Dolls (but were afraid to ask).
Give a man a slot car track, and he’ll turn into a happy child. Now, a 3D printed solution adds even more fun to existing Carrera tracks.
Nam Le, a student from California Polytechnic State University, reverse engineered a Nintendo 64 joystick system from scratch using upcycled controllers. His redesign is sturdier, more durable and longer-lasting than current joysticks.
When it comes to smart dolls, Danny Choo is the guy to speak to. He’s currently evolving his "Doll Plus" into a fully grown, functional android.
Japanese creator Human Controller has built a self-solving Rubik's Cube to the dimensions of the original toy using 3D printing, an Arduino and servo motors.