Easily design, customize and make action figures that can take on a wide array of dynamic poses with any 3D printer

If a person in your life becomes a fan of a line of action figures, they can easily rack up several hundred dollars in costs in collecting toys in just that line. Now, imagine, if for roughly the same price, they could make their own toys? With all kinds of weapons, armors, add-ons and customizations? And the toys could be easily assembled, changed and even taken apart and mixed together?

High quality 3D printers are available now for less than $500, but the hard part has been learning the design side to make something really cool. Special software focused on special niches is making that easier and easier though, and one company out of Reykjavik has focused in on awesome toys kids can make at home.

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