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3D Printed Thunderbirds are go!

The First Official 3D Printed Thunderbirds now live on, the e-commerce store for branded and 3D Printed merchandise, has launched a fantastic new 3D printed Thunderbirds product line. The product line is licensed by ITV Ventures, and is official merchandise of the 50th Year Anniversary Celebration of Thunderbirds TV-series created by Gerry Anderson.

The new Thunderbirds product line includes multicolour and paintable polyamide figurines of Scott, Virgil and Alan Tracy, The Hood and Aloysius “Nosey” Parker. Thunderbirds 1 to 4 from International Rescue’s fleet can be purchased in multicolour sandstone. These collectable, 3D Printed Thunderbirds are available in UK and Eire.

”Thunderbirds is a very personal thing to me”, says Kari Voutila CEO & Founder of 3D Online Factory and “It was the coolest series in telly back in my childhood in 60’s and I always admired the technology they had in their space ships and vessels. I’m truly proud that the Launzer team has the privilege to bring the fabulous Thunderbirds first in 3D Printing. It is a great addition to Launzer’s portfolio and a remarkable milestone for us on our road map to be one of the leading marketplaces for branded and 3D Printed merchandise”, comments Kari Voutila.

There will also be exclusive and limited editions of Thunderbirds, so stay tuned and check the fabulous Thunderbirds on!

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