3Doodler: The World’s First 3D Printing Pen

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

We already knew that 3D printers were gaining mass popularity over the past few years, but what about 3D printing pens? Well that’s exactly what we have here in the innovative 3Doodler.

This is the world’s first and only 3D drawing pen to ever hit the market, allowing users to simply draw anything they’d like without the use of software or computers. If you can scribble, you can use the 3Doodler. Crowned “the most affordable way to print,” the concept behind the pen is the same as its 3D printing companions, heating and cooling plastic as it passes through the body of the pen. Simply plug this thing in, and go to work building 3D models, jewelry, toys, art, you name it.

This is one of the devices you need to see in action before fully understanding, so check it out below and head over to the company’s Kickstarter page to show your support.

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