As 3D printers get more sophisticated and able, so does the sector of 3d printed toys. Here are some applications that will blow your mind!
3D printed toys started with the creation of little figurines than moved on to modular and articulated toys. Now – combined with advances in physical design – it reaches to a point where people can even 3D print geometrically RC car models that are suitable for carrying heavy loads and racing at high speeds.
1.Cannybots: 3D Printed Racing Cars—Cannybots is a new approach to excite your kids creativity that has recently blown through its Kickstarter goal. A Cannybot is a little RC car. It that can be controlled through a mobile App and features 3D printable shells and accessories.
2.3D Printed Toys Trains: JellyModels—There are many people out there who consider train toys to be the best kind of toys for children – and who can blame them? Trains are where kinetic energy, grace of movement, and beauty of engineering conjunct, creating a unique effect of motion and emotion. JellyModels bring 3D printed toys into the game, offering highly detailed, unique locomotives and classic designs.
3.Fastest RC Car Ever: James Beswick—James experimented for a few years with RC drag racing using ready-made frames and traditional shell materials such as polycarbonate resins that bend too much in high-speeds and undermine the generation of enough downforce required to stay on track. He then figured out that he could potentially use Ultimaker 2 to break free from those limitations and design his own completely custom frames and shells in one-piece. This allowed him to fiddle with the body aerodynamics and points of reinforcement as much as he wanted to, reaching speeds that surpass 110 km/hr already.
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