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Switch adapted toy button. Red button with black base and cord. 3.5mm headphone jack cord. "SWITCHED" is engraved in the top of the button.

3D Printed Switch Button

Adapted toy switch buttons don't need to cost an arm and a leg. Our 3D-printed switch button offers the same ease of use as the name-brand switches, but at a FRACTION of the cost. Using our files, step-by-step instructions, and videos, anyone with access to a 3D printer can DIY—no experience needed. Don't have access to a 3D printer? No problem! You can pick one up at our Etsy shop, where your purchase helps support our mission of 'Making Play Possible'."

Mini Switch

Introducing the new

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See It In Action

Easy Activation

Requires very little force to activate

Activates Off Center

Great for low hand-eye coordination

3.5mm Headphone Jack

Works with all switch adapted toys

Durable Construction

Stands up to the roughest play sessions

Save Money

DIY for around $5 per switch

More Switches = More Fun

Perfect for toys with multiple adapted buttons

(Hover curser for sound)

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No Printer?

No Problem.

Mac download floder with 3D printed switch buttons zip file and .stl file.

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Download the files

Sign up to be a Switched Adapted Toys Member for free! Then you can access our file library. There you can download the .stl file and instructions to 3D print your switch button.

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Dial in the settings

Use your favorite 3D printing slicing software to turn the .stl file into a .gcode file that your 3D printer can use to print your switch with your desired settings. 

3D printer slicer software demonstrating slicing switch adapted toys 3D printed switch button for switch adapted toys.
Dremel 3D40 Flex 3D printer printing Switch Adapted Toys' 3D printed switch button.

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Print your Switch

Load some filament and hit print. Sit back and relax as your 3D printer does all the hard work.

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Some Assembly Required

Time to put it all together. Gather some supplies and follow along with our assembly video. You will have your own switch in no time.

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