Walt Disney Co.’s merchandise machine is meeting up with the 3-D printing industry.
On Friday, 3-D-printed doll designer MakieLab begins selling doll outfits that feature patterns of Disney’s Minnie Mouse and Maleficent.
Here’s how it works: A kid goes to the MakieLab site online and picks out a basic doll design; customizes it for hair, eye color, and skin tone; picks out some clothes, and sends the design to MakieLab. The company prints out a physical, 3-D doll on a six-foot-by-eight-foot industrial 3-D printer, dresses it and ships it back.
MakieLab, based in London with an office in Los...