The world’s largest toy company, Lego, announced Monday it has released a set of 3D printed dinosaurs, including one that is so accurate, it can take an expert to assemble it.
The Lego Dinosaur is a fully articulated model, which means it can be assembled with hand tools, such as a 3-D printer.
It’s the company’s first Lego-printed dinosaur, but the company has released many other models, including a model of the dragon.
The company says the dinosaur will be released in March, but it’s already sold out.
The first 500 will go on sale in the United States on March 10.
Lego is known for releasing more than 1,000 models per year, so the dinosaur’s release is a significant step forward.
The dinosaur, named Lobo, is the first Lego dinosaur that can actually be built with the aid of a printer.
Lego says it’s the first of its kind, and it will be available in the U.S. and Europe.
“We’re building a world that is completely open,” the company wrote in a blog post.
“The world is not locked behind a wall of bureaucracy, it is open.
It is the world of imagination.”
The dinosaur is based on a model from the film Jurassic Park and comes with a range of accessories that can be customized.
It comes with legs and a head, and a new removable head comes with the dinosaur.
“Our goal is to make the LEGO model a fully realized, interactive, interactive and entertaining creation, with an expressive and playful face, and an expressive, playful head,” Lego said.
“Lobo is an entirely unique toy that will be a global phenomenon.”
The Lego dinosaur is available for pre-order at Lego.com.
The set includes five pieces and can be purchased separately for $69.99.