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This 3D printing pen allows you to draw in thin air – Mashable

by • January 7, 2016 • No Comments

They knew what they were making was a thing one-of-a-kind. “It’s a huge game-changer,” explains Cowen. “You may never only pick up a pen and turn it into an object in 3D preceding. Now you can.” The skill to draw in thin air was unquestionably a thing new, so creating a machine tiny adequate to fit in your hand to allow users to draw with ease was going to be a challenge.
What they turn it intod works a lot like a supercharged glue gun: You insert tubes of 3d printing plastic into the back of the pen, which are heated and released via a nozzle in the front, allowing you to draw in real time. Thought the plastic is hot first, it swiftly cools and dries, making the creation system simple.
Earlier this year, the team launched an improved version of the pen, the 2.0 version: It’s much slimmer and simpler to use, and can be paired with a multitude of doodling materials. Creative Director Faraz Warsi explains which his very own goal is to allow users to doodle with “every single material possible.” On this dream, Cowen says, “I can’t tell you too much, but we’re gonna manufacture the not easy happen.”

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