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Where to get a toy 3D printed?

Discussion in 'Help, Questions and How-To's' started by Kittycat1356, Sep 30, 2017.

  1. Kittycat1356

    Kittycat1356 Active Member

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    Hey peeps! I've been messing around with 3D software and designing toys for a while, just never making them. There's a few toys I've designed that I'd like to create for myself and maybe others, but my taste is a little odd so Idk..... I've been looking for places I could 3D print my designs but most have a height limit of like 6 inches.

    I'd like my toys to be bigger than that, but I have no idea how or where I would get that, any ideas?

    I've considered buying a DIY 3D printer, but I'm not sure I would be able to put it together- they come tall enough though...

    Any help would be appreciated!!
     
  2. Robert Thompson

    Robert Thompson Reaper of Fallen Toys, Porn King

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    Mine is 7 inches but I might be able to do multi print and then assemble to the desired size. PM for rates
     
  3. Aiko

    Aiko Member

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    Pls share files!! <3 ive wondered about grabbing the 3d files from bad dragon preview and printing that. But idk how to download the 3d file. Im not good at 3d design but i have a printer :3

    Reverse printing a toy should make a decent injection sillicone mould.
     
  4. Grimmfang

    Grimmfang New Member

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    I helped my son assemble a Prussia i3 printer. It took several hours but everything worked flawlessly from power on to first print. It has a large print volume that appeared would be adequate for your intended use.
     

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