If you’re new to 3D printers and aren’t quite sure how you’re going to use one, there’s no shame in using something simple – for example, something simple specifically designed for kids.
The Toybox 3D printer features a very easy setup and compact design, can be used with the accompanying app to quickly find and print different items, and the normally $440 deluxe package includes eight different ones Filament colors (which is safer to use). toxic plastic made from corn) to get you started. It can also accept your own custom print files, meaning you can play around with the basics until you get a feel for the process and then start creating your own stuff or importing other designs.
However, since it is intended as an entry-level printer for children, it also has its disadvantages. The Toy Box is not particularly large, with a print area of approximately 2.75 x 3.15 x 3.5 inches, so print sizes are limited. The print quality is also not as consistent or refined as other, more advanced printers. Aside from that, finished prints also require no further processing once finished, so you can remove them straight from the easy-peel bed and start playing, using, assembling, etc. straight away.