The World’s First 3D Printing Pen

The World’s First 3D Printing Pen

Drawing is a fun way to make art: But when you use pens to draw, it’s so two dimensional times to take your art to the next level with 3 Doodler 3D printing pen. This is one of the coolest inventions to ever be invented. And you will think so too, the first time you draw (i.e. print) a line going straight up into the year around watch it not fall back down, you will experience a thrill that can only be describes as resources. But here is this magic possible? Read on and fall in love with your next “favorite new toy”.


Plug in your 3 Doodler 3D printing pen and give it about a minute to warm up the interest a strand of plastic into the back. There are two arrows a thus two speeds press the speed of your choice and watch the plastic flow out of the 3 Doodler 3D printing pen. And then you’re just you drew and connected and fill in and make magic happen. Want to switcher colors mid build? Just push both boffour and plastic will eyed out of the back. Slip in another color, print out a little bit(as the colors blend from remains of old color into new color, and then get back to drawing you are too talented to just draw in two dimensions-kick it to the next level with the 3Doodler 3D printing pen.

But think geek, which plastic do I use, ABS or PLA? Both are good choices as both have special features ABS is mainly for building flexible 3D structure (like money of the things pictures while PLA is great for doodling on glass or windows (i.e. it’s thicker than ABS) and be semi-transparent.


  1. 3 Doodler 3D printing pen version 2.0
  2. Now your drawing can go in the three dimension draw with the plastic with this hand held 3D printing pen.
  3. Version 2.0 compatible with original plastic
  4. Rework drive system + new nozzle designed redesigned unblocking tool
  5. Double-click continuous flow function
  6. Two speeds, plus eyed (so you can quickly and easily switch colors)
  7. Two temperature settings for use with ABS and PLA plastic
  8. Quick heat up time (just over 1min) with LED indicator
  9. For both right and left handed use.


A mountain bracket is built into the back of the pen and requires two 3mm screws. Also there is a three –pin control port that controls this speed buttons without actually touching the 3 Doodler.

3 Doodler Printing pen Version 2.0 includes:

– 3 Doodler printing pen versions 2.0
– universal UL-rated power supply uox-240V (output 5v, 12A 6W) with 6ft cord
– Mint screw drivers
– Mini-spanner (aka wrench for us Americans)
– Unblocking tool
– Protector Nozzle cover
– 25 strands of ABS plastic
– 5x hot pink
– 5x highlighter orange
– 5x super yellow
– 5x generally green
– 5x lagoon blue

– 5x tuxedo black
– 5x foggy day grey
– 5x snow white
– 5x clearly clear
– 5x Clearly blue

– Nozzle storage contains that makes switching nozzles easy
– Square nozzle
– 1.5mm Nozzle
– 1.00mm Nozzle
– 5mm Nozzle
– triangle mm Nozzle
– Ribbon mm Nozzle
– snap-on smoothing tool

Refill packs breakdown:
– ABS essential refill
– 5x grand blue
– 5x every green
– 5x black belt black
– 5x riding hood red
– 5x sunny side yellow

ABS mete refill
– 5x polar white
– 5x choco powder
– lagoon blue
– plum purple
– 5x skg lines silver
– ABS shades Refill
– 5x hot pink
– 5x Greely green
– 5x highlighter yellow
– 5x Fluorescent yellow
– 5x Glow with dark

PLA Essential refill
– 5x tuxedo black
– 5x chili pepper red
– 5x Rubbe ducky yellow
– 5x Greens grays
– 5x Royal blue

PLA meta refill
– 5x snow white
– 5x island blue
– 5x perfect purple
– 5x robo silver

PLA Clearly refill
– 5x clearly pink
– 5x clearly blue
– 5x clearly green
– 5x clearly clear


  • Anodized aluminum casing
  • 3 Doodler dimension: 6.3 “longx7” diameter weight 1.8.02
  • age 12+
  • warning: Burn hazard hot tip can cause server burns.

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