If you have been looking for a relatively affordable 3D printer-like device, the wait is over. Back at CES 2017, IDO3D unveiled the 3D Print Shop, and we got to go hands-on with it at Toy Fair 2017.
Similar to their line of IDO3D Pens, this Print Shop allows kids to create in new ways. This time using molds, several of them are included and plenty more available in separate packs. In fact, you can even make building bricks, one at a time, with the 3D Print Shop.
Even better, these molds are physical, so there is no need for 3D modeling software or applications. In fact, the IDO3D Print Shop is quite easy to use and is even battery operated with a sturdy plastic build. IDO3D uses a Formula 4D system that makes a more robust mold that can be formed in any shape.
The IDO3D Print Shop will land later this year!