Creativity That Defies Gravity

Creativity That Defies Gravity

Remember when 3D printers first came out? They were a true leap into the future, just like the movies made us imagine. You could literally think of anything, design it, and have your creation come to form. Now, think about having a pen that does the same. The company 3Doodler introduces us to the world’s first 3D pen that literally lets you draw your creations from thin air. Thanks to this line of pen-printers, you can beat the two-dimension restrictions of drawing and create images and products in their full 3D glory. 

The 3Doodler works by inserting spaghetti-like strands of materials into the pen (ranging from poly carbonate and nylon, to wood and FLEXY). The material of choice is heated within the device and extruded through the nozzle, allowing you to draw solid figures. All 3Doodler supplies have passed extensive toxicological risk assessments to ensure they are safe and the 3Doodler Start is designed with no hot parts and is completely safe for kids to use.

The company offers three versions of their pen-printers: The 3Doodler Start, Create, and Pro. All options are ambidextrous, so lefties need not worry. Anyone, from kids to professional designers, have an option that fits their needs. Buttons built-in along the base of the pens, allow the user to control melting heat and speed of extrusion. The Pro version includes fan speed controls, to accelerate the material cooling process when needed. All pens come with a declogging tool and a mini wrench, to help clear out any residue that might harden at the tip of the nozzle. 

The company’s website offers a variety of different nozzles, including different shapes and widths, all designed for pinpoint accuracy to handle even your most intricate creations. If you need a bit of direction or inspiration when getting started, there are a variety of kits that will get you up-to-speed in no time. 

Whether you want to use as a hobby or need it as a professional tool, the 3Doodler can help push the boundaries of your creativity. Einstein quoted that “creativity is intelligence having fun,” so why wait any longer to bend the rules of physics, and unleash your inner artist?

- Guest Post written by Melis Unsal


About The Author

Melis Unsal joins as a guest author for Goat & Table. She's combined her love for writing with her passion for tech and well made products to join us in our effort of creating the most reliable buyer's guide on the internet. Although she's lived around the world she currently lives and works in Boston, MA as a Product Marketing Professional for a tech company. 

Melis spends her free time finding new ways to channel her creativity. Arts, reading and traveling are a must. As a Millennial with a well versed background, her input promises to bring our readers a new but familiar take on our posts and products. Please join us in welcoming her by sharing this article.


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