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From biotechnology to astronomy, 3D printing has the potential to change the way we solve problems. But beyond that, we can use it to create cool stuff like hyper-realistic cosplay. Technology has become so accessible that we can make the toys we once dreamed of for our own children.
The Toybox goes even further. Its kid-friendly design lets kids bring their ideas to life with just the press of a button. Toybox Labs is offering its Deluxe Bundle — including a 3D printer, companion app, and filament — for $350, up from $469.
Using the Toybox is simple. Simply plug the printer into a power source, connect via the Toybox mobile app and choose a model to produce. The catalog is quite extensive, with hundreds of creatures and gear. So if your child wants to print out an entire family, they can customize each character’s hairstyles, facial expressions, and more. The library also contains blueprints for recognizable personalities from DC Comics, Cartoon Network, Looney Tunes and more, so builders can make epic crossovers between iconic superheroes and their own unique creations.
Featured on shark tank, the Toybox 3D printer offers many features for children. It comes with enough printer food to produce between 100 and 300 toys. The filament is also biodegradable, so it is safe for your children. In addition, prints can be removed from the Toybox without a knife.
With the Toybox 3D printer, you don’t have to go to the toy store every time your young ones start clamoring for a new addition to their collection, and you might even get them interested in STEM from a young age. You can purchase a Deluxe Pack today for just $350 or 25% off.
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