3Doodler: The 3D Printing Pen

The 3Doodler, the world’s first 3D printing pen, has today announced that it has already raised over $150,000 on the first day of its official launch on Kickstarter. The 3Doodler allows limitless design possibilities and presents a new future for the accessibility and approach to 3D printing development.

Priced from just $50 for early backers on Kickstarter, the 3Doodler has been created by WobbleWorks to make 3D creation available to more people. It is compact and easy to use, you simply plug the 3Doodler into a power socket and start drawing anything in 3D within minutes.

Now that WobbleWorks has reached its modest funding goal of $30,000, the team will start work on an initial commercial run, with the first 3Doodlers delivered to backers before Fall 2013.

With over 20 years collective experience developing gadgets and toys, the patent-pending 3Doodler pen is a brand new way of creating 3D objects out of thin air and will be the most affordable 3D printing device on the market.

3Doodler is expected to start shipping by September 2013. You can pre-order your 3Doodler now on the Kickstarter page

3Doodler is not a toy for children. While the plastic extruded from 3Doodler is safe to touch once it has left the pen, the pen itself has a metal tip that can get as hot as 270C. There is no reason for any user to touch the tip while in use, but safety comes first.

The 3Doodler uses ABS or PLA plastic as its "ink". ABS is one of the most common plastics around. PLA is what we call a "bioplastic". It's made from corn, is biodegradable and has a lower melting temperature than ABS. 3Doodler is compatible with 3mm ABS and PLA, and you can also buy ABS and PLA plastic in spools from a variety of sources.

For more information, visit: www.the3doodler.com


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