3doodler

  • 3Doodler Launches New Accessories Including A Much-Needed, Anti-Burninating Foot Pedal

    3Doodler Launches New Accessories Including A Much-Needed, Anti-Burninating Foot Pedal

    In todays small, hand-held 3D printer news, we learn that 3Doodler (think of a hot glue gun with a lot more usability) has released a few new accessories including a foot pedal that allows you to extrude filament without having to press the button on the device. I played with the 3Doodler a few months ago and was duly impressed. In the right hands – and with the right degree of… Read More

  • You Know, For Kids: A Quick Look At The 3Doodler 3D-Extrusion Toy

    You Know, For Kids: A Quick Look At The 3Doodler 3D-Extrusion Toy

    When we first broke the news about the 3Doodler I was pretty excited. It was supposed to bring 3D printing to kids in a way that was easy-to-use and fun. Created by a pair of veteran toy makers, it was bound to be a hit – and it was. The product hit $2.3 million on Kickstarter and was a sleeper hit of the holiday. Now that it’s for sale at retail – and now that I’ve… Read More

  • 3D-Printing Pen, The 3Doodler, Reaches Kickstarter Funding Goal In Hours

    3D-Printing Pen, The 3Doodler, Reaches Kickstarter Funding Goal In Hours

    3D printing can be complex or, if the 3Doodler is any indication, wildly simple. Built by a team of toy designers, the 3Doodler is a pen with a simple plastic extruder at the tip. When you press a button, a thin string of plastic comes out and almost instantly hardens. You can use the pen to draw plastic pictures or, with a little plastic, even build three-dimensional objects. Read More