Mini 3D Printer



Print your own doll sized Mini 3D Printer on your 3D Printer. Now your dolls can be designers too and pretend to print their own items. Perfect on a Space Station, in a classroom or your doll’s work space. There are two versions of the Mini 3D Printer and bonus instructions on how to make a filament role are included.

The Mini 3D Printer’s overall dimensions are 1¾” x 3¼” x 3¼”

This 3D Printing pattern is designed to fit 14-inch to 18-inch dolls such as American Girl® Doll, WellieWishers™ and Hearts For Hearts®.

Recommended Filament: 1+ colors of filament (each Mini 3D Printer weighs around 31g in total, depending on your printer settings)

Supplies Needed:
• 3D printer
• Filament of your choice of color (one or more colors)
• Slicing software e.g. Ultimaker Cura or Repetier-Host
• Super Glue
• Sandpaper for sanding printed parts (optional)
• Regular printer to print display and filament label
• Paper or self-adhesive labels (at least 1½” high and 1¾” wide) to print on
• 5 yard pieces of 1.2mm elastic cord in fun colors (kids jewelry item) as pretend filament (found mine at WalMart)

Skill Level: Confident Beginner

What You Get: One zip file containing one 18-page PDF file with printing and assembly instructions and 11 STL files containing the models for your Mini 3D Printer. You will get this zip file as a digital download so you can start your project immediately! The PDF instructions provide full color step-by-step illustrated instructions. A PDF reader and slicing software is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC and Cura or Repetier as slicing software). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.

Additional information

Doll Type

*Most 14-15 inch Dolls, *Most 18-inch Dolls, A Girl for All Time™, American Girl™, American Girl™ Boy Doll, Hearts for Hearts™, WellieWishers™


Digital (Download)

Skill Level

Confident Beginner


Everyday, Outer Space, School

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