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  • grgjsp

    Am I the only one who sees only 6 instead of 10 things on this list?

  • Kate Slovin

    Can Chineasy be used by adults? Because I'm definitely interested.

  • Roy

    I'm disappointed 3Doodler is on this list. Have you ever used it? It is, in essence, a glue gun that melts sticks of plastic instead of glue.

    It is a 3D printer, but calling it a 3D printer is like calling a model rocket the Space Shuttle.

    • Matthew Manos

      The reason I like it is its accessibility - 3D printing requires so much technical knowledge and as it becomes more and more mainstream, we'll need more entry-level methods for making. I think that 3Doodler, while it may not be perfect, is the only product in that realm that is leaning towards that mindset which I think is nice.

  • Dawn Hancock

    Thanks for including us Matt! We couldn't have done it without our friends at IDEO.