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PieceMaker Teams Up with Ford to 3D Print Customised Toy Cars

The developer and manufacturer of in-store 3D printing factories, PieceMaker, has teamed up with Ford Motor Company for fans to customise their own toy cars.

PieceMaker Technologies has unveiled the 3D printed toy version of the Ford F-150 at the Toy Fair New York 2016. Customers will soon be able to create their own personalised toy cars at the PieceMaker kiosks, that are also set up at Toys’r’us, by choosing between different chassis, colours and truck body styles.

“We are tremendously excited to work with Ford to bring their iconic F-150 and Mustang into the exciting world of in-store 3D printing. Ford is once again demonstrating its innovation leadership by working with PieceMaker to incorporate cutting-edge 3D technology into kids’ everyday lives,” said PieceMaker CEO Arden Rosenblatt.

Currently still finalising the test phase of the F-150 model, PieceMaker will also make the Mustang available to customers of their in-store 3D printing factories in early spring.

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