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PRINTER SPECS

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Toybox is designed from the ground up for entertainment and ease-of-use. We enable kids to 3D print their own toys by providing an intuitive interface and a rich selection of high quality toys and content. By giving children the ability to create their own toys on the fly, we enable them to create richer adventures and stories with their toys.

Yes. Toybox allows you to import models from the internet or even your own creations. You can import models in STL, OBJ, and gCode formats.

No. You can import models from other platforms, and you can also use other 1.75mm PLA filament. However, our Printer Food Rolls are Toybox's favorite, and we cannot guarantee that Toybox won't get sick from other rolls.

Our Printer Food rolls are with PLA. We only sell PLA rolls because it's non-toxic and compostable.

Yes, Toybox can be plugged into any plug that is within 100V-240V.

No. The Creator Space is a suite of apps and tools that allow you to easily create your own inventions. You can also import models from the internet or even import models that you have created with a computer-aided design tool (CAD).

Yes. You can print directly from our website www.make.toys/toys. Just make sure you log in to the same account your printer is connected to, or connect the printer to the account that you log into from the website.

Yes. Toybox allows you to import models from the internet or even your own creations. You can import models in STL, OBJ, and gCode formats.

You can import your own models by navigating to the Creator Space and hitting the import button.

The platform currently supports STL, OBJ, and gCode.

This really depends on what you are printing. You can printer around 500 cat rings, or 8 full size action figures per roll. We recommend printing things in different colors to make it more fun.

Printing time is completely dependent on the geometry of the model being printed. For example, a small ninja star could take less than 5 minutes because it's thin. On the other hand, larger models take longer. A Block Buddy could take up to 4 hours because it has a lot of different moving parts.

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