3D printed toys are one way to bring more fun, increase customizability, decrease cost. From monsters and drones to dolls… It’s like a kid in a candy store. Here are 10 great ideas for 3D printed toys for children of all ages.
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These are the most popular 3D printing models on MyMiniFactory in 2015, based on the activity and likes of the community members.
MakieLab, a London-based startup that 3D printed and sold custom dolls, is closing shop and handing everything over to Disney.
No time to DIY a Fidget Spinner? Consider backing Cameron Murtagh’s Kickstarter campaign and receive a Fidget Spinner and Birthstone caps.
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.
Although this is quite a remote vision, the first examples of on-demand, in-store 3D printing are already materialising into interactive booths such as the one recently introduced by Pennsylvania based startup PieceMaker.
Figurine Studio Gentle Giant has presented Marvel’s 3D printed collectibles in the form of jumbo-sized multicolored figurines during this year’s Comic-Con.