Australian News Paper - Weekend Magazine 3Doodler Click here for full article

Author: microplus/Saturday, 30 August 2014/Categories: 3D Printing News, UP Mini 3D Printer, UP Plus 3D Printer, 3Doodler 3D Printer Pen

The Australian News Paper Weekend Magazine editor had some great fun Road Testing our popular 3Doodler 3D Printer Pen.

Here is the article written by Editor Ross Bilton on 30-08-14

 Road Test: 3Doodler

Ross Bilton  -   From: The Australian  -   August 30, 2014 12:00AM 

3Doodler Bike Print

Detail: what you can make with the 3Doodler - if you’re good. Source: Supplied

WHAT is it?

A pen that draws in three dimensions.

You’re blowing my mind, man. How? Instead of ink – the traditional medium for two-dimensional work – this pen extrudes melted plastic, which cools and hardens as it comes out the nib. So you start on the table and go up, up, up.

Is it easy to operate? Yes: simply plug it into a power socket, choose a coloured plastic stick (they come in a packet, and look like raw spaghetti) to insert into the pen, press a button for slow or fast extrusion, and off you go.

And? It’s unusual, and fun, but very tricky: a surgeon’s hands are needed to produce anything half-decent.

Did you make anything cool? Yes, an Eiffel Tower! Actually, it looked more like a pigeon’s nest.

Price  $159.50   From: 

Link to Original Article here:  Australian News - Weekend Magazine 3Doodler Road Test

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