3D Printed Cosplay Props, Accessories and Geeky items

Andover, England · 23 Sales


3D Printed Cosplay Props, Accessories and Geeky items

Andover, England 23 Sales On Etsy since 2017

5 out of 5 stars
Chris Newton

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5 out of 5 stars
Nikita Sarno

Nikita Sarno on 05 Apr, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

Lovely solid crown. Will be perfect for my cosplay. Lovely added touch with sweets in the parcel. My husband enjoyed eating them lol. Thank you.

Ruth Lohmann

Ruth Lohmann on 28 Feb, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

The crown is very comfortable and works well with my cosplay I am doing for ECCC. It's very light, but also stays in place. They did an amazing job! Thanks!


James on 25 Feb, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

Very Pink! Love it a lot!

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Restocking Ice King Crowns after selling out this weekend.
A sneak peak of our process Working on another batch of Unicorn ornaments.


We make cool things out of plastic, our only limit is imagination!

Me and my brother started 3D printing as a hobby back in October 2016! Growing our skills, knowledge, as well as developing a keen eye for detail along the way.
We pride ourselves in producing only high quality and accurate to scale 3D prints using the latest FDM printing technologies.

Check out our portfolio on our website at http://NB3D.net for examples of what we can achieve.

We gladly accept custom jobs at request, send us an email to chris [!at] newtonsbox.com and we will get in touch with a no obligation quote.

Thanks again for checking out our Etsy page. :)

*Credit video music: Bonus Points by Chic on SoundCloud

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  • Chris Newton

    Owner, Designer, Maker

  • Martin Newton

    Maker, Content Creator

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Last updated on 26 Jan, 2018
Frequently asked questions

What are 3D models made from?

We will always state in each item listing what materials have been used,but in a nut shell we mostly use PLA (Polylactic Acid).

PLA is mostly composed of starch and colouring, it is non-toxic and one of the safest materials used by 3D printers.

Care instructions

As most of our 3D prints are made from PLA (Polylactic Acid), It should be noted that this plastic will start to soften at 60°c and may warp or lose shape if temperatures exceed 60°c.

PLA may also become brittle if exposed to water and high humidity causing the 3D prints to denature if your print hasn't been weatherproofed for outdoor applications.
Weatherproofing can be achieved by giving your a coating in glossy paint or a clear epoxy resin coat to keep the moisture out.

PLA is not suitable for high impact applications.

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Chris Newton
ANDOVER, Hampshire United Kingdom