3Doodler Start Essentials 3D Printing Pen Set for Kids

December 15, 2017 - Comment

Product Features The essential pack for creating in 3D The 3Doodler Start 3D Printing Pen 2 Mixed Packs of 3Doodler Start Eco-Plastic Complete with project booklet and micro-USB cable Kid-safe and Eco-friendly THE ONLY CHILD-SAFE 3D PEN: Designed with no hot parts completely safe for kids aged 8+. Pen nozzle and plastic can safely be

Product Features

  • The essential pack for creating in 3D
  • The 3Doodler Start 3D Printing Pen
  • 2 Mixed Packs of 3Doodler Start Eco-Plastic
  • Complete with project booklet and micro-USB cable
  • Kid-safe and Eco-friendly
  • THE ONLY CHILD-SAFE 3D PEN: Designed with no hot parts completely safe for kids aged 8+. Pen nozzle and plastic can safely be touched with no burn risks.
  • NO MESS, ECO FRIENDLY PLASTICS: Biodegradable Eco-Plastic made entirely from food-grade materials, BPA-Free, Non-Toxic melts at low temperatures.
  • 3D ART MADE EASY FOR KIDS: Plastic hardens rapidly allowing kids to literally draw in the air with only one speed and one temperature.
  • NO RISK PURCHASE: 360 days FREE replacement policy and unrivalled 24-hour global customer service.
  • COMPLETE 3D PEN KIT: Each box includes 3Doodler Start 3D Pen, 2 Mixed-color Packs of Eco-Plastic (48 Strands), Micro-USB Charger, Activity Guide + a ton of creative potential!
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Comments

Dr. Michael Heron says:

A very nice package This is a great device that offers huge amounts of fun. It takes an awful lot of practice though, and the cost of mistakes can be significant – it’s only going to be appropriate for those with a considerable degree of patience, not only in terms of mastering the device but in terms of building even simple structures . The nature of the melting strands of plastic means that it can behave unpredictably when being applied, and the feasible limits of drawing that come with the strands can add a…

Andrew Kerr says:

Great fun, versatile and good quality. Just watch the price of the consumables. The 3D printing revolution is upon us. But 3D printers are still fairly expensive. So, when I was offered this 3Doodler pen through the Vine programme for review, I was keen to see whether it could sort of give me a taste of what’s possible, as well as letting my 10 year old daughter have a play around with it. 

Sarah-Jane Sibthorpe says:

Two Stars Such a great idea but the pen broke after a couple of uses, obviously a design fault.

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