Introducing children to technology is a natural part of life these days, especially when companies continue to introduce products like kid-friendly 3D printers like Printeer. A playful design that speaks to children on a couple of levels, it provides an easy to use framework that brings the possibility of making their own toys and candy into their lives.
Far exceeding its Kickstarter campaign goal of $50,000 by raising a total of $117,210, Printeer shows that people are in the market for kid-friendly 3D printers. Made to work with an iPad, Printeer looks like something a Disney-fied mad scientist would work on. Completely transparent save for a few colorful trimmings and parts, kid-friendly 3D printers are the way of the future for playtime.
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