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The World’s First 3D Printing Pen

Have you ever wished you could lift your pen off the paper and draw in the air? Sounds crazy, but now now you can! Peter Dilworth and Maxwell Bogue from Boston-based company WobbleWorks have created the world’s first 3D printing pen!

“Using ABS plastic (the material used by many 3D printers), 3Doodler draws in the air or on surfaces. It’s compact and easy to use, and requires no software or computers. You just plug it into a power socket and can start drawing anything within minutes.”

3Doodler can be used to create jewellery, fridge magnets, personalize your Iphone case or even for minor repair work. And the best part – it’s probably the cheapest way to 3D print. Now go and fund them on Kickstarter!

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  • Per Ekholm via Facebook


  • Sandruschka Negativa via Facebook

    but… again plastic? can’t it be something organic? think green

  • Barbara Zeitler via Facebook

    WANT WANT WANT!!!!! (@o@)

  • Sarah Fisher via Facebook
  • Sander Verwoerd via Facebook

    Eric Veebee iets voor jou?

  • Emma J Tytherleigh via Facebook

    Amazing – WANT!

  • Teresa Louise Wright via Facebook

    so cool? How much??? lol

  • Todd P. Emerson via Facebook

    It couldn’t have been purple, like Harold’s crayon?!?

  • Mariela Kerin via Facebook

    Technology at its finest….this together with the nano technologies and ferrari monza- amazing. The human mind in progress…

  • Emilia Zygner via Facebook


  • Kelley Clayton via Facebook

    All it is is an hot glue gun that uses plastic.

  • Brett Baker via Facebook

    Shut up and watch the video, we need to stop supporting companies supporting jobs over seas, yes yes I know all….. that comes with that arguement!!

  • Brett Baker via Facebook

    Kelly its more than a hot glue gun, know the materials and the engineering around it all, before you make silly comments like that.

  • Brenda Marie via Facebook

    It’s $75 for that thing.

  • Mariela Kerin via Facebook

    every good thing has been underestimated, disapproved or said to be impossible- that’s inevitable…

  • Marija Kotevska via Facebook

    all they need to do is make a recycling apparatus where you can squish your unwanted 3D drawings and put them into something that will produce new plastic filaments.

  • Sandra Lechner via Facebook

    So impressing. Can’t wait to apply it :)

  • Guest

    Cool!!! How can I get one?

  • Sasa Radevic via Facebook


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  • Kaia Konsap via Facebook

    No way?!

  • Katarzyna Fontana via Facebook

    Tomasz Fontana

  • Baerbel Born via Facebook

    can I use it as a glue pen? then I buy it right away

  • Daniel Bogusz via Facebook

    it’s still plastic

  • Sandruschka Negativa via Facebook
  • Sarah Brace via Facebook

    I want one of these!

  • Paula Swan via Facebook

    there IS a green option for material, check out the link someone else posted above for more info in the kickstart project, do be aware though these are not on sale yet and if you ‘donate’ you will prob not see your delivery of one till xmas 2013. Still it is amazing and I want one!! x

  • Anonymous

    Really Awesome and cool collection

  • earwax42

    Daniel Sartório are you retarded. a legitimate 3D printer takes hours to do what it does and this take seconds. i dont thik ive ever heard a more ignorant statement before. also a glue takes much longer to build things and nothing made by it would stand because it comes out as a liquid and this comes out as a solid.

  • mrandrewau

    If this is classified as a 3D printer, then my ink pen is an ink printer