The toy industry may be about to see a major shift, as 3D printing begins inching its way into the manufacturing process. With a promise of customization, and t
This week at Toy Fair 2015 in New York City, PieceMaker has unveiled their latest 3D toy printing kiosk with several major upgrades and changes.
The first upgrade is quite significant. The new 3D Printing Stations are now completely unified, meaning that the printers (there will be 2 automated printers within each kiosk) are integrated within the kiosk itself. In the prior version, customers would need to pick their toy up at a separate location within the store. By unifying the system, a more fulfilling experience can be enjoyed by users as they design and then watch as their object is printed out in the same location.