ToyboxOfficial38 karma2016-02-18 23:02:47 UTC
Probably not, but if you can manage to get this comment to be one of the top 2 highest voted comments in this thread we'll give you a free snoo!
Edit: Oh boy, didn't actually expect this to happen :P
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ToyboxOfficial13 karma2016-02-19 00:38:44 UTC
Who should I make it out to?
ToyboxOfficial13 karma2016-02-18 21:14:33 UTC
Yes, our 3D printer will be able to print Lego compatible blocks. Lego is interesting because they have a very high clutch factor meaning the grip of the toys sticking together is really strong. We'll admit that right now Lego's blocks have a higher clutch factor, but we've been able to print toys that work very well with Lego, and the opportunity to customize your own bricks to combine with your toys is pretty amazing.
You can see examples of some of our 3d printed brick-compatible toys here:
ToyboxOfficial11 karma2016-02-18 21:21:48 UTC
We're aiming for a $550 price point, this is the cheapest price we could get our printer without sacrificing quality.
ToyboxOfficial9 karma2016-02-19 00:29:36 UTC
We recommend that children older than 5 use it so that it isn't a choking hazard. In terms of material, the most common plastic is biodegradable, non-toxic, fumeless, and made out of corn. However I wouldn't recommend this to any child that would swallow chunks of plastic.
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