3D Printing Pen

Ever wanted a 3D printer? YOU can be the 3D printer!

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  • Create your very own 3D works of art!
  • No size limits! Create sculptures without the limits of 3D printers
  • Computer programs and robots? They're not necessary with the 3D Printing Pen
  • The pen melts the plastic in the nozzle giving you the right viscosity to create your work of art
  • The plastic sets quickly to maintain the 3 dimensional shape you've created
  • Great fun for the whole family!

Product Specifications

  • Construct 3D objects in a more natural way
  • No need to fiddle around with vertices or splines in a complex 3D program
  • Just hold the pen in your hand and start creating
  • The pen will melt the inserted plastic and produce a thin extrusion that hardens quickly allowing you to draw a 3D object
  • There are no size limitations that 3D printers have, you're only limited by the laws of physics
  • Power supply: 24VDC 1.5A
  • Nozzle Diameter: 0.7mm
  • Filament diameter: up to 3mm
  • Pen weight: 160g
  • Dimensions: 170(L) x 44(Dia)mm
  • Includes 3 x 3m test filaments
  • Additional plastic to suit the 3D Printing Pen (available separately at checkout):
    • PLA (Polylactic acid) is a biodegradable, environment-friendly plastic with a shiny, glossy appearance. It doesn't have the notable smell of hot plastic, compared to ABS during the printing process.
      Can provide sharper detail compared to ABS, doesn't necessarily need a heat bed but benefits from cooling during the printing process.
    • ABS (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) is an impact resistant and tough oil based material made from styrene, acryl and butadiene. It has a higher melting point compared to PLA, requires a heat bed during the printing process, but is stronger and more flexible.


12 months from Zazz


This product is expected to leave our warehouse within 3 business days of purchase

Product overview

How long has paper been around? According to Wikipedia, paper fragments found in archaeological digs have been dated back to the 2nd century BC in China and because I get paid by the hour and not by how much I write, I also did some thorough research of cat videos Ink and found evidence which dated back to the 23rd century BC. Based on this we can safely assume kids have been bringing home boring 2D pictures from school for a long, long time.

Every time my kids bring home a picture from school, I'm meant to put it somewhere with pride. Our fridge is covered, I have no space left on my office wall, but they just keep bringing pictures home. It makes me wonder why I'm paying school fees when they could draw something I could actually use at home.

You see, we have a 3D printing pen from Zazz. A pen which can be used to create almost anything they can imagine. They simply load in some 3D cord, wait a few minutes then they're ready to start drawing 3D sculptures which would blow the minds of the Chinese who thought they'd done something awesome inventing paper. When they're done they have created something you can actually touch, unlike those stupid 2D pictures that are so 2nd century BC.

But now I'm faced with a new dilemma, how do I stick these things to the fridge?