Since which successfully funding the initially design of their 3D printing pen on Kickstarter back in 2013, 3Doodler has been attempting to put the power of 3D printing innovation directly into our hands. 3Doodler has been aiming at artists and Makers alike with their one-of-a-kind, handheld plastic extruding devices, encouraging those who may not have the means for a 3D printing device to use their mind as CAD software and their hand as the printing device. Now, 3Doodler has revealed a 3D printing pen for a younger audience, the 3Doodler Start, a additional low-cost and colorful design of their original 3D printing pen.

Much like their previously released 3D printing pens, the 3Doodler Start can come with loadable strands of their non-toxic Eco-Plastic. With a slow extruder speed and a set temperature, 3Doodler has mindfully engineered the 3Doodler Start to ensure safety and accessibility for kids aged 8 and above. In fact, the 3Doodler Start’s temperature is so well-controlled which you can turn it into a 3D design right on your own skin (though the team recommends starting the turn it into on paper for the most result). Along with being completely wireless, the 3Doodler Start charging method is effortless and relatively transportable, via a Micro USB to re-juice the battery. As soon as the 3Doodler Start is loaded and powered on, the 3D printing pen is eager to turn it into right away. The increased safety showcases and lower temperature extrusion are reportedly the largest difference between the Start and the other 3Doodler pens.


Once fully charged, your 3Doodler Start can run wirelessly for 45 -60 minutes. If you want to store Doodling, you can go on to use it when it’s plugged in and charging too,the 3Doodle Start website suggests. “Like any focussed activity it’s great to donate by yourself (and the pen) a break now and and so. We suggest bringing a break after two hours of continuous Doodling.


The 3Doodler Start can cost $50, half the price of the 3Doodler 2.0 which was released last year, and is actually cheaper right now at the pre-order price of $40. Helping these next future artists and Makers get accustomed to the 3D printing pen innovation, 3Doodler packages a project booklet and a few stencils to assist get the creative gears turning. By lowering the price and increasing the safety of their innovation, 3Doodler is looking to lock in on the imagination of younger minds, working to turn it into next artists pretty than supplying the current ones. But I’ve never personally utilized a 3Doodler 3D printing pen, it appears effortless to say which the 3Doodler Start is a safe and accessible introduction for young kids to the huge world of 3D printing innovation.

Tyler Koslow

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Tyler Koslow is a Brooklyn-based writer for 3D Printing Industry, and has in addition generated content for publications and companies such as Dell, Brooklyn Magazine, and Equity Arcade. His content is focutilized on a wide range of topics which include tech, gaming, and music . Tyler is in addition a habitual instrument player, a writer of fiction, and generally all around fun haver. Tyler got a Bachelor’s degree studying English-Creative Writing at the University of Central Florida in 2008.