A 3D-printed toy that has a button, a button hole and an opening to hold it in place is on the way to becoming a popular new toy.
A company called Pocket Toy is aiming to bring the polly toy to market by 2017, and it has already begun shipping the first prototypes.
The company was founded by Matt Whelan and Matthew Dabney, who have a background in 3D printing, and they’ve been busy bringing their polly toys to market.
They are bringing a prototype of the new toy to Kickstarter in the next couple of days.
The basic prototype has two buttons on the front and a button on the back that can be pushed to open or close the toy.
It also has a little plastic box that is just like a toy with a button inside, but with a hole to hold the toy in place.
The polly is a little bit smaller than the other toys on the market, but the buttons have a bigger and more pronounced shape than the ones on the other polls.
The designers have also designed the pollys to be a little easier to attach, like a button.
They say the buttons are “very durable, very solid, and can easily be attached by a regular pair of hands, or a kid with an extra pair of arms.”
A few weeks ago, Pocket Toy launched a campaign for a $20 reward tier, which is a stretch goal for the full project.
The first Kickstarter backers who pledge $20 or more will receive the pollyd toy.
This reward tier will also include a $10 discount for any additional $20.
You can view the campaign for more information on Pocket Toy’s Kickstarter page.