The Toybox 3D Printer Deluxe Bundle features an amazing technology that enables youngsters to build their own toys. The printer is kid-friendly but is very resourceful. Most of the 3D printers available in the market are not kid-friendly. Chances are that many of it will be damaged after one time being used by a kid. But the Toybox 3D Printer Deluxe Bundle is made mainly focusing on kids. It will allow the kids to bring their artistic minds out in the form of awesome toys.
After making its debut on ABC’s Shark Tank in early 2019, this simplified, but not in any way dumbed down 3D printer has received rave reviews from users and outlets alike, with the Toybox being described as “mesmerizing for kids and grownups alike.” Young makers make sure the printer is loaded with filament, browse a collection of thousands of toy ideas in the Toybox app, pick one they like, and press print. The Toybox spins to life with a single button press, transforming the non-toxic, biodegradable filament into the exact object they want. When the Toybox is finished printing, it doesn’t even require a knife to cut the object loose.
If the item your child desires isn’t in the catalogue, the Toybox Creator Space can help them make it with simple app tools that make the creation appear out of thin air.
Toybox isn’t just a company that makes generic boats, planters, and other plastic trinkets. Toybox has added a slew of new figures and other ideas for goods based on DC Comics, Cartoon Network, Looney Tunes, Hanna-Barbera, and a whole lot more thanks to new licence arrangements.
This set includes the Toybox 3D printer as well as eight spools of coloured filament, which may be used to make anywhere from 100 to 300 distinct toys. The Toybox 3D Printer Deluxe Bundle, which was formerly $469, is now on sale as part of the ongoing Labor Day Sale, bringing the total cost down to just $330.