“We’re thrilled to let kids take their creations to the next level with the Qixels 3D Maker, and give parents an opportunity to introduce the idea of 3D printing at an affordable price.”

Moose Toys’ $25 3D printer to hit US shelves this month

Moose Toys’ new Qixels 3D Maker – a 3D printer for kids – is set to hit shelves across the US this month.

The new kit allows children to create three-dimensional, pixelated designs, and is set to retail for $25.

“We introduced Qixels to inspire all kids to be creative, improve dexterity and enjoy craft activities in a new way,” said Paul Solomon, Co-CEO of Moose Toys.

“We’re thrilled to let kids take their creations to the next level with the Qixels 3D Maker, and give parents an opportunity to introduce the idea of 3D printing at an affordable price.”

The Qixels brand launched in 2015 as a craft activity line that inspires kids to use their imaginations to create 8-bit style characters with cubes that join together using just water.

The Qixels 3D Maker already scooped the Australian Toy of the Year Award back in March.

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