The designs were created and presented entirely on a newly developed recycled printing material from Amsterdam-based startup Reflow. Reflow’s bioderived material, which is made with recycled food packaging, is available in a variety of translucent colors. Users can obtain free templates for each product from the website and 3D printing platforms and print them on their own 3D printers.
“This is our first project in the field of toys and we were amazed by the feedback of kids on it. This next generation is naturally interested in new technologies and amazed if they can see how their toys are made right at home. This would have been my very own dream as a kid,” said Manuel Siskowski, founder of Enable 3D. (Read more)