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The Toybox 3D printer bundle is 30 percent off right now

This introductory 3D printer comes with eight colors of biodegradable printer food that’s good for making 100 to 300 toys.
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3D printing has revolutionized the engineering industry. Companies are now able to craft stunningly realistic models of everything from skyscrapers and jets to cars and even entire cities, and this technology only grows more powerful by the day.

But it's not just the Fortune 500 companies that get to enjoy the benefits of 3D printing. Geared toward a younger generation of engineers and toy-enthusiasts, the Toybox 3D Printer Deluxe Bundle allows you to build a virtually limitless number of awesome toys from scratch, and it's available for over 30 percent off at just $315.

This child-friendly 3D printer lets users design and create their own toys in the comfort of their own home.

Complete with a companion app that features an ever-expanding catalog of toys, this kit allows kids to create their own toys in a 3D printer that doesn't require adult assistance or third-party apps in order to function.

You'll even be able to draw and upload your own designs, and your order comes with eight colors of non-toxic, biodegradable printer food that's good for making 100-300 toys.

Embrace the 3D printing revolution by printing your own toys at home with the Toybox 3D Printer Deluxe Bundle for just $315—over 30 percent off its usual price for a limited time.

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