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The 3D selfies evolve fast: Instead of printing a statue, you can now become a fully posable figurine. The same applies to cool, self-designed toy robots.
Want to play Cyvasse, the fictional board game from TV series Game of Thrones? Then take a look at this incredible fan project.
The Real Play Coalition has released a 3D printed replica of Albert Einstein’s famous Anker Steinbaukasten toy set. These blocks, which can now be 3D printed at home, are designed to foster the imagination and creativity of children.
Materialise created a small modular toy for the Flam3D Family of the Future event which hopes to predict the future through 3D printing.
Combining 3D printing with a worthy cause, the Stoyries X Greece project is raising funds to donate toy planes to child refugees in Greece.
For this year's Comic Relief Red Nose Day charity event, 3D printing made an appearance in the form of celebrity caricature red noses.
No time to DIY a Fidget Spinner? Consider backing Cameron Murtagh's Kickstarter campaign and receive a Fidget Spinner and Birthstone caps.
The co-founder of the 3D printing startup Toybox shares his plans to launch a citywide scavenger hunt for 3D printed toys in San Francisco.
Combine a toy racing track with a action camera for this epic 3D printed project from AdaFruit, a Hot Wheels GoPro mount.
Disney Research has developed a method which means prints can balance as you intended by using embedded metal ball bearings.
The shipping date for Mattel's ThingMaker, which was set to be this month, has been pushed back another year to give the company a chance to improve the printer.
Last week, Walt Disney company filed another 3D printing patent, which leaves behind the traditional "layer-by-layer" approach. With their other patents, Disney could become a major force in the 3D printing market.
Pley, the “Netflix for toys,” wants kids to design and rent toys. They now offer 3D printable designs. Got no 3D Printer? Rent it, too.
Mattel's been blazing trails in the toy business for decades. Now, their old Creepy Crawlers mold machine is being reborn as 3D Printer "ThingMaker."
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.
The Kitty Slowfood cat bowl is the purrfect solution for keeping your cat engaged and eating slower.
3D printable toys marketplaces are growing fast offering anything from tanks and robots to digital dollhouses.