There’s a new 3D drawing pen on the market, which is named 3Dsimo. It can be seen as a new version of the 3Doodler pen. With this pen you can make 3D figures yourself. The 3Doodler pen was very successful and raised over $2,3 million. The new pen 3Dsimo was invented by David Paskevic from Prague, Czech Republic and his team and the same success is to be expected.
The concept of this 3D pen may sound a little vague to some, but this is how it works: you can use the 3Dsimo just like any other pen. If you know how to use a pen, you will know how to use the 3Dsimo. At first you have to plug it in, then you need to set the desired speed and temperature and then you can start to make your own 3D figures. The pen extrudes plastic through the hot end and it can be used for many purposes, like creating jewelry, repairing plastic devices and assembling models of 3D printers.
As well as the 3Doodler customers can draw their own real-life 3D prints with the 3Dsimo. However, the new pen has some more possibilities. Users can choose print options, temperatures and velocity. Also the 3Dsimo is able to handle various materials at different temperatures. The materials are inter alia, ABS, PLA, PVA (water-soluble material), and nylon. There are some more options, including backlight, preheating and a memory for storing settings.