If you are looking for a 3D printer for your home, a machine that in addition to testing this technology allows you to show it to your children, perhaps toy box be that project you were looking for. Of course, today there are many proposals to get the little ones interested in 3D printing, an example we have not only in the project that I present to you today, but in different alternatives such as the Mattel ThingMaker or the XYZprinting da Vinci Jr.
As has been revealed, the idea behind the creation of Toybox by the Oakland-based company, in charge of its design, development and production, is to get the youngest to develop creative activities from the beginning. younger age. With this in mind, it is not surprising that today this 3D printer model already has a catalog with more than 500 toys ready to be printed.
Toybox Labs shows us its interesting commitment to the smallest of the house
As he commented Ben baltes, current CEO of Toybox Labs:
Toybox's advanced high-resolution 3D printing technology means precision detail, bringing toys to life much faster than ever. Each model in the library has been pre-optimized so that the time required for printing is minimal. In turn, each model has been previously tested to guarantee a high-quality design with a resolution of 200 microns at all times.
Finally, tell you that, since this 3D printer model will be used by the smallest of the house, the manufacturer has decided to create a special material for it that stands out for being non-toxic while having biodegradable characteristics. If you are interested in getting a unit, tell you that today you can get one for just U.S. dollar 259.
Further information: Indiegogo