ELEGIANT Intelligent 3D Printing Pen, 3D Drawing Model Making Doodle Arts & Crafts Drawing, Stimulate Children’ Creativity, Improve Spatial Thinking Ability, with ABS Fibrous Material and Power Supply

INTRODUCTION:

ELEGIANT 3D Pen is a standalone device that can create 3D printed objects without the need of computers or Computer-assisted Design software. Create anything, anywhere.
ELEGIANT 3D Pen is lightweight and mobile, allowing users to make use of their surroundings to create large or small objects. Move freely along a surface or extend your creation upwards to add dimension to your drawings.
ELGIANT 3D Pen has fashionable colors of filaments to choose from. The PLA Refill filaments are biodegradable, non-toxic PLA filament made from organic materials. This filament has gone through various tests to ensure that it is DEHP-free and Heavy Metal-free for your safety.

FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS:

Nozzle diameter: 0.7mm
Power input: 12V 3A
Heating temperature: 160-230 degree adjustable
Intelligence auto standby mode after 5 minutes idling
The slender pen body suits hands habit
The stepless speed change by single finger
Create freestyle 3D objects
Plastic heats up and then cools to a solid shape
Endless creative opportunities
Makes a wonderful gift for creative children and adults
With advanced thermal management, filaments jamming detection, and super silence design

What’s In The Box?

1 x 3D Printing Pen
1 x Power Adapter
3 x ABS Filament
1 x User Manual

Product Features

  • Advanced unclogging mechanisms technology prevents jamming for easy maintenance.
  • ELEGIANT 3D printing pen replaces ink with plastic (1.75mm ABS or PLA Filament) to create 3D object, It can be used to draw in the air as well as tracing objects on paper.
  • ELEGIANT 3D printing pen bring your art ideas to reality with user friendly functions, you can easily control extrusion speed, temperature, filament; most important thing is it is only 65g in weight compared others in heavy design.
  • ELEGIANT 3D printing pen is perfect for children above 8 yrs old and adult no matter you are artists, hobbyist or creative lovers.
  • Double-clik the forward or backward button, 3d pen filament will be auto moving forth or back, you don’t need press the button when it is working.

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  1. Absolutely excellent, worked like a charm straight out of the … Absolutely excellent, worked like a charm straight out of the box, both my 13 and 8 year old love them (purchased 2), the only complaint from my 13 year old daughter was that the speed adjuster should be stepped as it is easily knocked while mid creation.This was purchased as a replacement for the 3doodler v2.0 which was the worst Christmas 2015 purchase I made.This one I highly recommend and so would my kidsI have attached a photo of my daughters first creation after the…

  2. Victorstar 3D is who I chose to get my 3d pen from and I am so glad I did. They supply 3D pen ABS filaments combo at very reliable prices. It is easy to use and the directions are easy to follow. Right out of the box you are ready to go with every thing you need to make neat 3D projects.It comes with three basic colors and the pen has an adjustable heat setting.The pen is comfortable in my hand and doesn’t cause cramps or pain when held for long periods of time. It doesn’t get hot…

  3. Ha-ha what fun it was trying this pen out. Until a couple of weeks ago I had never even heard of these 3d pens so I was intrigued as to how you use them – well first of all they are not hard to set up. My daughter and I started off by just doing a little bit of flat 2D shapes on paper, then we decided for accuracy we should actually draw the pattern on the paper and then follow it with the pen. After a couple of goes we thought we could extend to having a go at a 3D object. I am afraid that all…

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