Play-Doh Mega Fun Factory. Keep it moving and keep the fun coming with this awesome moving Mega Fun Factory conveyor belt set! Load your Play-Doh in one end and turn on your conveyor belt to stamp out pretend toys or food from one of the two gear molds. Keep your conveyor belt running and you can stamp out tons and tons of fun creations it's non-stop imaginative action! Plus, when you're ready to shut down the factory for the day, you can even store up to six cans of Play-Doh modeling compound right in the set so they're all ready for the next time you turn it on. The Play-Doh Mega Fun Factory features: Super-fun moving conveyer belt set lets you stamp out tons of Play-Doh modeling compound pretend toys and treats so the fun and creativity just keeps going! Set can store up to six cans of Play-Doh modeling compound. Mega Fun Factory conveyor belt set comes with two gears with 15+ molds, playmat and four three-ounce cans of Play-Doh modeling compound. The Play Doh brand is proud to celebrate over 50 years of colorful, creative play. Play Doh first introduced in 1956, Play Doh modeling compound has become a classic and beloved toy, used in homes and schools around the world by children of all ages. In 1956 Play Doh Brand modeling compound, a non-toxic reusable modeling compound developed by Rainbow Crafts in Cincinnati, Play Doh was demonstrated and sold in the toy department of Woodward & Lothrop Department Store in Washington, D.C. Play Doh compound is available only in one color and size, an off-white, 1.5-pound can. One year earlier, Play Doh was introduced to schools, kindergartens and nursery schools. In 1991 Play Doh compound joins Hasbro, Inc. as part of the Playskool line, when Hasbro purchased the Tonka Corporation and its Kenner and Parker Brothers divisions.
There are several very good, detailed, reviews on this product. So I will simply add a few things here.Several reviewers mention this is hard to clean. The only place the playdough gets jammed is where you push it through the opening at the beginning of the assembly line. At first, I was trying to jam my finger down the chute to grab the extra playdough, and thought it was impossible. Then I realized the handle easily comes off, as well as the front portion tha..