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February 23rd, 2016 at 11:38 am

Kid-friendly 3D-printing pen “3Doodler” just $39

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Almost three years ago 3Doodler launched the popular Kickstarter for its first plastic-extruding pen. The company is back with the 3Doodler Start, a kid-friendly version of the device that has a safe-to-touch design with no hot points and a new eco-plastic material. It is available for pre-order now on the company’s website for $39.

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As with most 3D-printing devices, the Start requires a bit of patience when building from scratch given the new eco-plastic material, but the company has introduced a line of cool little stencils called DoodleBlocks that are included with the “Super Mega Pack” so that young builders can 3D-print complex inventions from their new device.

I sat down with 3Doodler co-founder Daniel Cowen to check out the new device, see what it looks like in action in the video above.

Image Credit: the3doodler.com
Article via techcrunch.com

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