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Offline drkamruzzaman

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Three Dimensional Printing
« on: July 08, 2015, 10:11:10 AM »
Inventors Max Bogue and Peter Dilworth have invented a unique pen that draws in the air.

A colorful spool of plastic thread is fed into the pen.

The thread is then extruded as heated plastic that cools and solidifies instantly as it exits the tip.

This allows solid 3D structures to be drawn on any surface or from any surface into the air.

The pen, called a 3Doodler, weights approximately 7 ounces (198 g) and is 7 inches (17.7 cm) long. It requires no technical knowledge or software and plugs into an electrical outlet.

Max and Peter have received over 2.2 million dollars worth of advanced orders for their three dimensional printing pen.
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Offline ABM Nazmul Islam

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Re: Three Dimensional Printing
« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2016, 11:31:13 AM »
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