Posted by Richie January 18, 2012

As profiled in Clutter Issue 16, New York-based Makerbot Industries creates one of the most affordable, compact and awesomely open-source 3D printer solutions on the market today. Just this month, Makerbot has announced some very cool playset templates for producing your own plastic objects. As a proof of concept, imagine what this kind of solution could produce in the hands of Toy Artists….?

Take a look at some beautiful shots of the latest MakerBot Fairytale Castle playsets just to show you what's achieveable.



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