Appealing to hobbyists, artists, fashion and jewelry designers, architects and educational establishments, 3Doodler, the world’s first 3D printing pen, allows the creation of amazing 3D objects without the restrictions of complicated software or advanced artistic abilities or design training. Limited only by the user’s imagination, the 3Doodler requires no PC technique, technical knowledge or specific skills.
Already launched in the USA, Europe, Singapore and Japan, 3Doodler was launched in the UAE in May 2014, followed by Qatar and Bahrain. PRECISE is the exclusive distributor for 3Doodler in the Middle East and has partnered with Virgin Megastore, Jumbo Electronics, The Hub Concept and DUCTAC. Further retail and distribution partners will follow. Interested retail companies are welcome to visit 3Doodler in hall 8, booth number 806.
3Doodler will be exhibiting their brand new accessories at the GITEX Technology Week, including the DoodleStand and Nozzle Set. The DoodleStand not only elegantly holds the 3Doodler but also moves, helping users doodle accurate and clean lines – especially useful for those with unsteady hands. The Nozzle Set is a series of six interchangeable nozzles including ribbon – shaped, square and triangular nozzles, which allow users to extrude plastic in completely new shapes and sizes – the set even includes a handy tool for removing and storing the nozzles. More useful accessories will follow soon.
3Doodler will be part of the ShowStoppers media event prior the GITEX Technology Week, 11th October 2014. Media will have the chance for exclusive pen demonstrations and interviews. Daniel Cowen, the co-founder of 3Doodler, will be available for interviews during GITEX Technology Week.
Having shipped more than 100,000 pens in the past 11 months, 3Doodler is now the world’s most popular 3D printing device. 3Doodler took the printing world by storm after launching in 2013 as the world’s first 3D pen, and has now far surpassed the number of units sold by any other brand in the 3D printing space. 3Doodler now boasts one of the largest and most extensive ranges of plastics for any 3D printing related store, with a total of 50 colors across ABS and PLA.
The 3Doodler was developed by Peter Dilworth and Maxwell Bogue of WobbleWorks Inc. Launched in February 2013 on the crowd funding platform Kickstarter, 3Doodler became the 3rd highest funded technology project of all time.
Using patent pending technology it utilizes sticks made of organic PLA or standard ABS plastic– all BPA free. The plastic feedstock is melted inside the 3Doodler and solidifies instantly when extruded from the tip, allowing users to create unique 3D objects by hand. The plastic feedstock has a 10:1 ratio, meaning for every inch placed inside the pen you get 10 inches of 3Doodles out of the pen. The 3Doodler has a metal tip that reaches high temperatures and which should not be touched, although the plastic extruded from 3Doodler is safe to touch almost immediately after leaving the pen.
Compact and easy to use, the 3Doodler can be plugged into a power socket and used immediately. This makes it ideal for freestyle 3D sketching, tracing shapes from templates to make larger architectural structures, the development of spatial skills for educational purposes, or simply a fun tool for arts and crafts enthusiasts wishing to bring 3D printing into the home.
A creative design tool rather than a children’s toy, the 3Doodler can be purchased online from PRECISE, or at diverse retail stores.