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3Doodler - The World's First 3D Printing Pen

Just Drawsome

3Doodler - The World's First 3D Printing Pen

Just Drawsome

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  •  Take your drawings to another dimension
  •  It's like a mini 3D printer in the palm of your hand
  •  No technical knowledge or computer software required
  •  Allows you to physically draw in the air
  •  Crowd-funded – one of Kickstarter's biggest success stories
  •  Enhance your doodles with our accessory packs (sold separately)


Unless you're one of those gifted street artists who can create images that pop out when you look at them from a certain angle; your drawings will always remain firmly in the two-dimensional world. Well not any more, thanks to the triumphant arrival of 3Doodler – The Worlds First 3D Printing Pen.

Now you can bring your pictures to life, exactly as you imagined them. Just plug it in and start drawing as you would with a regular pen, only in the air. The 3Doodler neatly squeezes out a thin, flexible, but strong thread of heated plastic that quickly hardens, allowing you to create colourful three-dimensional shapes in real time.

It feels natural in the hand and is equally as rewarding to use, with no technical knowledge or computer software necessary. You can draw freehand or trace over templates to create larger structures and objects – there's hundreds available online to help get you started.

Our new accessory packs (sold separately) provide various ways to enhance your doodles; from different sized nozzles that expand your creativity, to pedals with speed control and stands to improve stability.


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Please Note:
  • The 3Doodler is NOT a toy for children (it’s recommended for ages 14+). It has a metal tip that can get as hot as 270C. There is no reason for any user to touch the tip while it’s hot, but safety comes first and parental supervision is always encouraged.
  • Comes with a UK 3-pin plug
Product Features:
  • Draw things in 3D, exactly as you imagined them
  • It's like having a mini 3D printer in the palm of your hand
  • Comes with two refill packs (Meta & Essentials) to get you started
  • No technical knowledge or computer software required
  • Uses incredibly strong and flexible ABS plastic
  • Handy speed control
  • Fully ambidextrous
  • Three exciting refill packs available
  • Crowd-funded – one of Kickstarter's biggest success stories
Accessories (sold separately):
  • Doodle stand: The two front legs double as speed control buttons so you can create accurate and clean lines. The perfect place to store your 3Doodler between creative sessions.
  • Nozzle set: Six new and exciting nozzles to up your creative game – a ribbon tip, a square tip, triange tip, and 0.6mm, 1mm and 1.5mm nozzles.
  • Foot pedal: Put your foot down and doodle on and on. Two speed settings.
  • Measures approximately 18cm(W) x 4.5cm(H) x 4.5cm(D)

Customer Reviews

I backed the kickstarter and this device of joy lets you draw with plastic. It heats up plastic in the colour of choice and away you go. Patience is required, as with anything modelling related but you can get some amazing artistic license doodles on the go by mixing colours of plastic and whether or not you move your hand quickly or slowly. A tip, though, start on paper. Or, if you want to start on something smoother, use a mix of water and PVA glue on the surface, let it dry, then start to doodle on it - this is a trick used by people with 3D printers! If you have sufficient patience, the plastic can be solid enough to use for repairs; don't forget to layer up your doodle though! ABS can be brittle, but tough. PLA is flexible but a bit weaker. Have fun and play to your hearts content!
Christopher Stanton, Leeds - 16th January 2015
This is an awesome product. Purchased it as a graduation present for someone graduating as an Engineer. He loves it, I would definitely recommend this product.
Kush Tailor, Solihull - 19th July 2014