A multi-category children's entertainment company since 1994, Spin Master has been designing, developing, manufacturing and marketing consumer products for children around the world and is recognized as a global growth leader within the toy industry. Spin Master is best known for such popular brands as boy's action phenomena and 2009-2010 Boys Toy of the Year winner Bakugan Battle Brawlers, and award-winning brands Air Hogs®, Appfinity, Aquadoodle, La Dee Da, Nano Speed, Spin Master Games, Tech Deck, and Zoobles. The company has also marked an entry into children's media with the launch of Spin Master Entertainment, a subsidiary focusing on the design, development and production of television and other media properties. Spin Master employs over 900 people with offices in Toronto, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Hong Kong, Mexico, Munich, Italy, Spain and central Europe.
Rusty Rivets follows the animated adventures of Rusty and his best friend, Ruby. By “combining and designing,” they invent their way out of jams by repurposing parts and objects into the wildest, coolest contraptions ever.
The series embodies the principles of the maker movement while exposing preschoolers to concepts found in science, technology and engineering.
Like other Spin Master series, Rusty Rivets has found a global audience and the show has been renewed for a third season.