There is a growing trend of people wanting to personalize their items without having to use permanent markers or carvings. The Piecemaker Factory offers this unique service with its 3D printed toys and accessories.
They are a company based in Pittsburgh and their product allows kids, parents, and even grandparents to go to kiosks and basically create their own toys and even write their names on it.
“A lot of what sets us apart from everyone else is our focus on the in-store experience,” said Pam Israel, director of Marketing for Piecemaker.
Piecemaker has an ongoing partnership with Toys “R” Us. Kids and adults alike can come in and use their kiosks. It’s a very simple process that doesn’t take too long for users.
On the kiosk, customers use the touch screen where they can choose the design, color, and customize the product. An employee of the store will then send the design to be printed in the store and it doesn’t take long for the product to come out.
Piecemaker provides a variety of items - from figurines to tags and even whistles and guitar picks.
Israel shared a quick story about how a grandmother came into their store and asked to customized her grandchildren’s jerseys. She gave them the number and the names and the were able to quickly accommodate her.
Another way that Piecemaker is able to accommodate customers is giving them the chance to print their own unique names. Using their product, any name, no matter how they are spelled, can be printed on toys, plaques, and other items all through Piecemaker.
“That’s the magic we offer, you can find your own name,” said Israel.
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