One of the biggest strengths of an artist is being able to see the world in a different light and to bring their vision into reality.
Polaroid has introduced its Play 3D Pen to the US.
This week’s selection is the 3D printed “d.i.d” Pen Plotter by design studio Ufficio Progetti Perduti.
Katherine Bialek is an accomplished 3D pen artist. We learned her secrets of how to efficiently build complex 3D designs with only a 3D pen.
This week’s question is one we’ve seen a couple of times and deserves an answer.
Without fail, each month there is are busy announcements of the latest “3D printing pen”. That’s fine, except for one thing.
It appears that yet another 3D print-related Kickstarter campaign is struggling: 3D Simo.
Despite raising nearly $4 million across two Kickstarter campaigns, the 3Doodler 3D printing pen never really took off as a tool for professional designers and architects to hash out 3D sketches quickly (note: they are trying to change this).
For several years now, we’ve all seen those inexpensive “3D Pens” that are for some reason thought related to 3D printing. I think not.
YouTuber Tinkernut shows how to produce a “cheap 3D printer” in a recent video, but there’s an ironic twist to the plan.
A very sophisticated 3D printing pen is designed to accurately repair resin 3D prints.
The 3DMetalCreator is a unique device: it’s a pen that can print in metal.
Taiwan-based SKY-TECH offers a number of 3D products, but now they’re offering a very low-cost, advanced technology 3D printing pen.
3DSimo is an unusual 3D printing pen in that it can use multiple materials. Now they’re about to launch an even smaller version.
Yet another 3D printing pen has launched: the Polyes Q1.