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3Doodler 2020 Product Unveil – Introducing the PRO+ 3D Printing Pen for Creative Professionals

3Doodler YouTube Channel – 10.29.20 (10.28.20)

 

Introducing the 3Doodler PRO+(https://3doodlerpro.com/), the world’s most advanced professional-grade 3D printing pen. Designed to solve real-world problems, the PRO+ enables architects, artists, designers and engineers to achieve superior performance using a range of materials, including metal, wood and nylon.

Source: 3Doodler 2020 Product Unveil – Introducing the PRO+ 3D Printing Pen for Creative Professionals

Celebrating Earth Day: Prototyping Tools to Make a Cleaner Tomorrow

3Doodler Blog – 4.15.20

Helping students develop ideas and create things is such an important process. Oftentimes I find my students will not take the risks involved in inventing new things because they have never learned about prototyping. They’ve often never been encouraged or allowed to truly explore the process involved in bringing great work to life. With that as my goal, we started working with 3D printing to create hydraulic claws.

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3D Build & Play by 3Doodler. Create in 3D in Seconds.

3Doodler YouTube Channel – 2.21.20 (2.19.20)

 

3D Build & Play is the world’s first 3D printing product for ages 4+. From the maker of the award winning 3Doodler Start, 3D Build & Play brings together the power of 3D creation and storytelling in a fun, easy to use way. Use the 3D Build & Play and special molds to create Jim the Giraffe and his friends, and read along with our specially written story and “pop-up” backgrounds as you take them on a journey from the jungle to the city, and back again. As a tactile learning toy, 3D Build & Play teaches fine motor skills, hand-on learning and three dimensional thinking, all while cranking away and having a ton of fun!

Source: 3D Build & Play by 3Doodler – Create in 3D in Seconds

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