PHOTOS: D-Tech on Demand Kiosks Removed from the Magic Kingdom, MaDe Now the Only Merchandise Personalization Service at Walt Disney World

The future of customized merchandise has arrived, as MaDe kiosks have been installed at Tomorrowland Light & Power Co. in the Magic Kingdom.

The new kiosks replace D-Tech On Demand, which is being phased out at merchandise locations around Walt Disney World. But while the replacement is happening in places where the merchandise is produced, like at this shop, in stores where it could be ordered remotely but picked up in a different location, kiosks have been removed entirely. Our reporters have noticed the missing kiosks at places including The Darkroom and Star Wars Launch Bay in Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Frontier Trading Post in Magic Kingdom.

Customized MagicBands, phone cases, and magnets can still be created and ordered through MaDe.

Currently, the MagicBand options are limited compared to what D-Tech On Demand offered, though it’s possible previous designs have not yet been loaded into the system. As of the writing of this article, only five parks designs are available: Cinderella Castle, Disney Parks snacks, the 20th Anniversary of Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith, the farewell to IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth, and Orange Bird.

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