3D Printing Pen Draws Structures In Mid-Air

Posted: Sep 5 2016, 3:30am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 6 2016, 7:56pm CDT, in News | Latest Science News

3D Printing Pen Draws Structures in Mid-Air
Credit: WobbleWorks

New 3D printing pen creates objects with materials like bronze, copper, wood and nylon.

Creating objects as they are seemingly suspended in mid-air has now become a reality. Several 3D printing devices are available in the market that can let you build structures in variety of shapes without any fuss.

Now, technology company WobbleWorks goes one step further. They have introduced a new 3D printing pen which can draw objects using materials like wood, copper and bronze. Conventional 3D printing devices use ink to create objects.

This is actually a pro version of their popular 3D printing pen which was designed for the recreation of common people. The new 3Doodler Pro, as the name suggests, is made for professionals like designers, architects, engineers and artists and can be used for creating stunning pieces of fine art to a life-size sculpture of a car.

“Beyond the numerous upgrades, what really makes the PRO so unique is how the device and materials come together to answer the needs of professionals,” said Maxwell Bogue, co-founder and CEO.

“The high-performance PRO can be used for the most advanced of purposes to bring concepts to life, and become an integral part of the creative process.”

The temperature and speed of the new 3D printing pen is easily adjustable and provides immaculate control over your work. The material used for creating structure solidifies immediately after being released from the pen.

Daniel Cowen, Co-President says. “We now have pens specifically designed for crafters, adults, children, and with this, the most advanced pen ever, professionals.”

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