Massive Dynamics in Discussion to Use 3D Printing for Iconic Cartoon Character

Massive Dynamics in Discussion to Use 3D Printing for Iconic Cartoon Character

CUPERTINO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Massive Dynamics, Inc. (OTCQB: MSSD) has initiated discussions with the creators of an Iconic Cartoon Character to develop plans for using the Company's 3D Printer, currently in post production, to create toys and figurines.

Action figures and figurines started gaining popularity in the 1960s. Today, it is a multimillion dollar business, spanning involvement from film production companies to fast food chains. 3D Printing is poised to enhance this industry for both manufacturers and consumers. Consumers will now have the chance to customize their toys and be able to choose the pose they like best for their beloved characters - even allowing full articulation.

An article published on explains how a team of Harvard University computer scientists have developed software that allows anyone to 3D print their own action figures at home. "Not only will the models carry the likeness of the character, they will also be fully articulated," stated the article posted August 2012.

"We are hopeful that a definitive agreement can be reached for Massive Dynamics to be involved with this Famous Cartoon Character," said President Oscar Hines. "This would be a notable accomplishment for a company, such as us, entering into the 3D space."

Further details will be released as talks progress. For more information about Massive Dynamics 3D Printing Division please visit

About Massive Dynamics, Inc. (OTCQB: MSSD)

Massive Dynamics, Inc. is a Nevada corporation listed on the OTCQB under the trading symbol MSSD. The Company is an acquirer, developer and seller of leading edge consumer oriented technologies and products ready for rapid commercialization.

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