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The Toybox 3D Printer Deluxe Bundle Lets Kids Print Their Own Toys

The Toybox 3D Printer Deluxe Bundle Lets Kids Print Their Own Toys
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A functioning 3D printer is probably like a dream come true for most kids. It’s a way to make their imaginations materialize in solid, three-dimensional plastic at the touch of a button. The Toybox 3D printer was specially designed to be used by kids to make their own toys at home, and for a very limited time you can get a Toybox 3D Printer Deluxe Bundle with everything you need to get started making your own toys.

And right now, it’s on sale for nearly 33-percent off the normal price, including not just the Toybox 3D printer itself, but the following goodies to help you get started right away:

If the Toybox 3d Printer looks familiar to you, it’s not just because of the toy creation fantasies you may have indulged in when you were a child. It’s also been featured on Shark Tank, where its simple but versatile design impressed the resident sharks. Toybox’s functionality doesn’t get bogged down in any complicated processes, and in fact, most of its functions come through exceedingly simple one-touch actions, making kids and even adults that aren’t particularly technologically inclined its ideal users. And Toybox also differs from most 3D printers on the market in that you don’t need to remove any excess material from the final product with a knife – another advantage for any young toymakers that get to use it.

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The limited-time StackSocial Toybox promotion comes with enough non-toxic, biodegradable “printer food” to make anywhere from 100-300 toys on average, in a generous assortment of eight colors. Between them, and the power cord, print bed, and instruction manual, you’ll get everything you need to become a fledgling toymaker at one low, discounted price.

So , where it’s currently priced at just under $315. It comes with a six-month warranty courtesy of the manufacturer, but you can expand the warranty to two years for $35.99 or three years for $49.99. Give it a shot, especially if you’ve been looking for a way to get your kids unhooked from those omnipresent glowing screens.

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