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We once predicted that for future generations 3D printing could be a regular part of playtime, and Mattel is taking one big step in that direction.

Feb 16 2016

We once predicted that for future generations 3D printing could be a regular part of playtime, and Mattel is taking one big step in that direction. At the New York Toy Fair, the brand is showing off their newest innovation: ThingMaker, a 3D toy printer. The $300 kid-focused printer pairs with an “easy to navigate” and “ridiculously intuitive” app that could make 3D printing “more accessible to a wider audience.” Users will be able to design toys using built-in templates, or create them from scratch—and printing accessories to other Mattel products could be a next step. (TechCrunch