A 3D printing company is offering a service to print teddy bears for a $35,000 reward.
The company says it is not offering the 3D printed product for sale, but the rewards will be shipped as soon as they are available.
The Tumbler3D service lets users create and print customized, 3D-printed teddy-bear accessories, including a hat, scarf, hat straps, socks and more.
The service will offer a 3-D printed teddy with a hat and a scarf.
The software used for 3D scanning will also be used to create the finished product, according to the company’s website.
The teddy, called the Tumblestorm, will also come with a custom printed 3D printable hat and scarf, according the site.
The company’s creator, Andrew Zwierse, said the teddy is based on his own design of the tester.
The 3D model for the tumbler can be downloaded from the website and will be made available to the public on Thursday, according a post on the company blog.
Zwierstom is an independent manufacturer of 3D printers, and Zwiers designs are also featured on MakerBot and other 3D services.
Zwieri said he is working with a few partners to make the tamer, which will be printed with MakerBot’s 3D Printers 3D Maker Toolset.
The maker said it is currently working on an Android app that will let users print with the TUMBLER3D app.
The Tumblerstester 3D software will be used for both the tumbling teddy and the t-shirt, and it will have customizable options, such as the hat that will be attached to the tambourine, according Zwiere.
Zwerstom has not yet released a price, but it’s expected to be around $25, the company said in a statement.