3D-printed technical toys

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Our toys are designed to be fun, they have many interesting functions: opening doors, hatches, holds. You can print and build toys together with your children - there are many parts and screws that give a lot of fun.

All elements are very easy to print even for begginers. All parts are ready to print on the smallest 3D printers.


Small fishing boat [FREE!]

28 stl files, 38 parts to print

This toy fits popular brick figures and can float on water.
Modular construction, the model can be extended with additional segments.
Ready to print on nano 3D printers
(min. required printing area 80*80*75mm).
Easy to print - no need any supports, brims or rafts.

See details and download FREE stl files!

Cargo ship

52 stl files, 69 parts to print

This toy fits popular brick figures and can float on water.
Modular construction, the model can be extended with additional segments.
Ready to print on nano 3D printers
(min. required printing area 80*80*75mm).
Easy to print - no need any supports, brims or rafts.

See details and buy stl files!

Port quay

17 stl files, 36 parts (model in the picture)

This toy fits popular brick figures and fits all our ship models.
The model has a modular structure and can be built in any configuration.
Ready to print on nano 3D printers
(min. required printing area 80*80*75mm).
Easy to print - no need any supports, brims or raft.

See details and buy stl files!

3D-printed Passenger ship
can float on water ready to install engine ready to install lights

Passenger ship [coming soon]

a lot of files and parts :)

This toy fits popular brick figures and can float on water.
Model is prepared for mounting 5V DC electric engine
and LED navigation lights.
Modular construction, the model can be extended with additional segments.
Ready to print on nano 3D printers
(min. required printing area 80*80*75mm).
Easy to print - no need any supports, brims or raft.

How to print

The stl files are beginner friendly and all parts are ready to print on the smallest 3D printers (minimal required printing area 80*80*75 mm).

All files are in print-ready positions, you don't have to rotate it on your slicer. Neither of the models requires the use of supports, brims or rafts, although you can use them.

Print all elements with 100% filling, except for the elements listed in the building instructions for each model

We recommend using PLA filament, nozzle 0.4 mm and layer height 0.2 mm, but you can test other settings.

About Us

Printed Toys was established in 2020 in Kedzierzyn-Kozle, Poland. We design technical toys for children, printable on home 3D printers.

We know how difficult it is to find good technical toys for children, so we decided to start designing them ourselves. We put a lot of work into developing good and durable toys that children will enjoy.

About

My name is Adam Bugiel, I am the main designer of all Our toys. But I'm not only designer - my company teaches kids how to do 3D printing and object modelling. I'm a programmist, graphic, 3D modeller, and IT teacher with more than 15 years experience. I also have two sons who are great testers for all designed toys :)

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ekoncept - technologie informatyczne
ul. Piastowska 59A/3
47-200 Kędzierzyn-Koźle
POLAND

VAT-UE: PL7491948337
Bank account (IBAN): PL 16 1140 2004 0000 3402 4594 7841


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