New 2018 3Doodler Create Plus Pen And 2018 Create Line Released

Posted: Jun 5 2018, 7:57am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 5 2018, 8:01am CDT, in News | Toys

New 2018 3Doodler Create Plus Pen and 2018 Create Line Released

The new 2018 3Doodler Create+ Pen is in stock and a deal on Amazon.

3Doodler is back in 2018 with a new 3D pen. The makers of the original 3D printing pen have today announced 3Doodler Create+ (Create Plus) Pen and its 2018 Create Product Line. This includes a range of Home Décor & DIY Project Kits and several STEM-focused products that are both fun and educational.

The 2018 3Doodler Create+ 3D Printing Pen Set with 75 Filaments (600 ft. of Extruded Plastic) are in stock and a deal on The four different 3Doodler Create+ bundles are on sale with a $10 discount for $69.99.

Having sold over 1.4 million 3Doodler to date, the new 2018 3Doodler+ is aimed to drive the adoption of this unique 3D tool further. The Create+ introduces the world’s first dual drive system in a 3D printer, leading to effortless loading and operation for a wider range of plastics, including PLA, ABS and FLEXY. Watch the promo video below to see the new 3D pen in action.

The new design is dramatically reducing jams, says the company. Other major improvements include a new heating algorithm for enhanced performance, auto retraction to prevent oozing, auto sleep for safety, more distinct fast and slow settings, an overhauled and more intuitive unboxing experience, all coupled with unrivaled 24-7 multi-channel customer support.

“It’s time to start holding 3D printing and 3D printing products to a higher standard,” said 3Doodler co-founder Maxwell Bogue. “Faulty early-generation products are no longer acceptable to the community, or end users. The Create Plus, even more so than its predecessor was built to work effortlessly right out of the box. We want Doodlers saying ‘it just works,’ giving them more time to create as a result.”

The latest version of the world’s first 3D pen, the 3Doodler Create+, was designed with makers, artists, designers and craft lovers in mind. See also our 2018 3Doodler Creative+ Review. The re-engineered dual drive design incorporates hundreds of refinements making it intuitive, stronger and more reliable than its predecessors.

With pen sets starting at $79.99 MSRP, the Create+ stays true to 3Doodler’s core value as a maker of accessible and easy to use 3D printing devices. Inspiring and enabling creativity with a ground-breaking, quality product, all without breaking the bank.

3Doodler Create+ features:

The world’s first dual drive system in a 3D printing device

Optimized for PLA, ABS and FLEXY plastics, and now almost entirely jam-free

Auto retraction to prevent oozing

New heating algorithm for enhanced performance

More distinct fast and slow settings (increased speed for fast, decreased speed for slow)

Auto sleep for safety

Glossy monochrome design in an array of new colors

More plastic included than any other 3D printing pen on the market

New Ultimate Guide to Doodling handbook

24/7 multi-channel customer support

“The 3Doodler Create+ is the next step in our continued commitment to offer accessible 3D printing devices to a mass audience,” said 3Doodler co-founder Daniel Cowen. “The Create+ is more reliable, easier to use and sets a standard for everyday consumers to experience an entry point into exciting new technologies.”

The 3Doodler Create+ is compatible with all existing 3Doodler Create Plastics, Canvas Series, and Project Kits. The new 3Doodler is exclusively sold on Amazon and This summer, the new 3D pen will also be available wherever 3Doodler products are sold including Target, Best Buy, and Barnes & Noble this summer.

The 3Doodler Create+ Essential Pen Set has an MSRP of $79.99, which includes the pen and three packs of plastic. The Create+ Deluxe Pen Set has an MSRP of $99.99 and includes the pen, the best-selling Nozzle Set, a Mini DoodlePad and four packs of plastic.

The 3Doodler Create+ Master Creator Pen Set will retail for $149.99 and include the pen, Nozzle Set, full-size DoodlePad, 144-page Project Book, new A-to-Z Bookends Canvas, plus six packs of plastic.

Everything you need to create your masterpiece is at your fingertips with the 3Doodler Create Project Kits. Express your craftsmanship with DIY home, outdoor or workplace decor.

Owned by WobbleWorks Inc, 3Doodler is a technology company making creativity tangible through its range of 3D printing pens and accessories. Founded in 2010, the company went on to raise $3.89 million on Kickstarter to support the production of the world’s first 3D Printing Pens.

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