The EQB Dino series is a quality wooden toy which utilizes EQB's proprietary Smart Joint - a genderless snap joint, to allow endless building possibilities. By eliminating separate male and female part, any joint can be connected to any other joint, allowing wider building possibilities. The competing collection is a series of three dinosaur toys that can easily break down to block elements and rebuilt into another dinosaur.
Rampage System is an interlocking component building system that allows the customer to build a variety toy and game model structures. The individual components are crafted in a fantasy pop-culture style. Rampage System capitalises on the rise of home 3d printing by delivering the product digitally. While this requires the customer to invest in a 3d home printer, the cost is offset over time. Home 3D printing the components also means that the customer only needs to print the pieces they require.
Inspired by the flexible nature of modular structures, Mini Mech is a collection of transparent blocks that can be assembled into complex systems. Each block contains a mechanical unit. Due to the universal design of couplings and magnetic connectors, an endless variety of combinations can be made. This design has both educational and recreational purposes at the same time. It aims at developing the power of creation and allows young engineers to see the real mechanism of each unit individually and collectively in the system.
This design deck of 56 cards are the reinterpretation of the known playing cards symbols with a different design. Inspired by the logo of whimsical, the concept of the design is determined and supported by illustration. The simple one-color design is only simple in respect to the narrow lines, one color and hand painted edges. The backs of each card is decorated with a 3D appearing diamond texture.
The Wonkis are a family of wooden and magnetics figurines. The objective was to create a wooden toy that could move almost like a human and it was achieved by using kneecaps and magnets as joints. The Wonkis are very flexible. But they had to be nice looking too: their rounded eyes and nose give them a friendly appearance. They have different accessories to create different worlds, from a surfer to a Viking warrior. No plastic, only wood and magnets and steel kneecaps are used. A CNC machine can produce them at a large scale, although a lot of hand finishing is needed as well.
Edge Dominos preserves the traditional number pattern and game play but innovates by reducing the tile design down to only the numbers and walls, with no material wasted. Travel-size and light weight, Edge Dominos works just as well on-the-go as it does around the home. The extruded aluminum structure combined with a strong black anodized finish and laser engraved number pattern ensures a durable design that will last a lifetime. The 28-piece set is entirely made in the USA and is available in a cotton carry bag or display worthy wood box.
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