Le Fabshop's Open Toys Turns Fruits & Veggies into Incredible Machines

By: Laura McQuarrie - Dec 8, 2014
References: thingiverse & lostateminor
Although some there are some kids who do their best to stay away from fruits and vegetables, 'Open Toys' by 3D printing company le FabShop makes healthy foods instantly more appealing.

The 3D-printed line of fruit and vegetable attachments consists of 14 free-to-download printable parts like wings, propellers, wheels and mock rocket engines that turn fruits and vegetables into amazing machines. If you're pressed for cash, these downloads make an awesome and inexpensive gift idea for kids, especially since the 3D-printed parts can be mixed, matched and reused over and over again with fruits and vegetables of different shapes and sizes. Rather than taking a trip to the toy store, le FabShop's Open Toys lets you get creative with what might already be sitting on the shelves of your pantry at home.