We are excited to welcome 3 brand new 3D printers to our space. Inventors and DIY (Do it Yourself) enthusiasts are also using 3D printers to transform their virtual ideas into solid objects. Printing a prototype is often more affordable than building one by hand, and certainly less costly than contracting a manufacturer to do it. Particularly with low quantities of production, inventors can rapidly design, print, and test a product. That cycle can be repeated several times with less cost and more rapidly than a single item manufactured the traditional way. In addition to printing and testing prototypes, 3D printers can also print ready to deliver products. In a world filled with mass manufacturing, customized toys are an expensive rarity; however, with a 3D printer, they’re easy to create.