Designed using 3DS MAX and Sketchup. 3D Printed and feverishly tested before submitting them into the wild.

I'm quite thrilled by physics, and mesmerized by roller coaster, water flumes,  marble runs, die cast cars, racing sets and LEGO.  I love the art behind toy design. I think it started with the original Creepy Crawler sets from Mattel back in the 60's. It featured that wondreful, child-unsafe Thingmaker which gave us that memorable jolt when you accidently touched it. Let's exposed electric oven. for kids. What were they thinking?. I any case, the battles scars were worth it.  LEGO came later - but I was too busy being an adult. Eventually, I came to my senses. So let's see --  papercraft is great, Polymer..even better, but 3D Printing is quite the ultimate. Well, with the exception of spiteful build plates. Looks like I came full circle, but now, my steel molds from the 60's are 3DS Max creations that have come to life. I also know better than to touch an extruder nozzle.



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