According to Mashable, “a Toy Box-3D printer so that kids can create their dream toys with the touch of a single button. It’s designed to be safe, includes non-toxic and biodegradable printer food in a variety of colors, and requires zero adult assistance. It comes as no surprise that Kevin O’Leary threw $150K at this idea on Shark Tank.”
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