What is a 3D Pen?
If you’re new to 3D pens, this is a great place to start. In the pages that follow we have put together a quick intro to the what, who and how of 3D pens.
The 3D printing pen uses a plastic line for writing, and the plastic line is cooled almost immediately by the built-in fan in the pen tip. You don't need any software. No files can be transferred, and there are no hard-to-master technologies. In other words, "No matter what you imagine, you can draw. It goes from your brain to your hand, right there."
The 3D pen integrates the "printing end" technology of the 3D printer at the "pen tip". Users can "write" 3D object models on any object surface or space. Users can use the 3D graffiti pen to copy or directly draw a 2D image, and then remove it from the paper to become a three-dimensional object
Most 3D pens work by feeding plastic(PLA/AB/PCL) through the pen, which then melts it before it comes out of a nozzle at the end of the pen (that’s what we call “extrusion”). The pen heats up to a different temperature depending on the material you put inside the pen.
So how on earth can I then draw in 3D? When it leaves the pen, the melted plastic is soft and malleable, but within a few seconds it solidifies, creating a solid, stable, pick-up-able structure
THROUGH 3D PEN
PLASTIC IS HEATED FOR OPTIMAL FLOW
SOFT PLASTIC LEAVES THE NOZZLE THAT HARDENS ALMOST INSTANTLY
How Do 3D Pen Works
Materials to choose from
Our most popular and versatile plastic. Best for Doodling directly on surfaces.
Best for drawing in the air and first-time Doodlers.
Use with low -temperature 3d pen,degradable, safe and suitable for kids.
Who Would Use A 3D Pen?
Our users vary widely, and there is no one-size-fits-all, but we see 3D pens mainly being used by artists, makers, designers (fashion and home), educators, engineers, DIY fixers, hobbyists, and just about anyone who wants to have some creative fun. There are some photos of art works from our buyers,please check it below.