D-Tech Me Experience Returns With Two New Figures for Star Wars Weekends

by on March 27, 2015

Filed under: Recent News, Walt Disney World (FL)

One of the more popular activities for Disney’s Hollywood StudiosStar Wars Weekends is returning this year–the D-Tech Me experience. This unique opportunity allows guests to have their face cast on a mold of a Star Wars figurine.

This year, Disney is adding two new options into the mix; they are a Jedi Knight and a TIE-Fighter Pilot.

D-Tech Me

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In addition, the previous four molds will be returning: the Carbon-Freeze Me mold (you know…what happens to Han Solo in Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back); the Stormtrooper mold; the Alderaan Princess mold; and the X-Wing Pilot.

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D-Tech Me Alderaan Princess and X-Wing Pilot

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The experience will take place in Darth’s Mall, a special merchandise location only available during Star Wars Weekends.  This year Darth’s Mall will be near the Streets of America, across from the Studio Catering Co.

The process works as follows: Guests will take part in a 3D face scan. The whole scanning process takes approximately 10 minutes. From, there, the captured scan will then be sent to a 3D printer. Once created, the figurine will be mailed to guests in approximately 6-8 weeks. (International shipping may take a bit longer.)

Guests can purchase either a 7-inch figurine for $119.95 (plus tax and shipping) or a 16-inch figurine for a $999.95 (plus tax and shipping.)

To book your experience, call (407) WDW-TECH. A credit card number will be required to hold the reservation, and cancellation fees may apply.  Keep in mind that theme park admission is required to enter the park. Children can participate, but they must be 3 or older and accompanied by an adult at all times.

This experience will only be offered during Star Wars Weekends. Dates for this year’s event are: May 15-17, May 22-24, May 29-31, June 5-7, and June 12-14.

The D-Tech Me experience really is the ultimate for a Star Wars fanatic!

Posted on March 27, 2015
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