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This 3D pen is very suitable for designing complex works. It is much better than low-temperature pens. It has a higher usage limit and can be used with PLA and ABS materials. When setting the temperature, the screen automatically prompts the types of consumables supported by the temperature range. The temperature and discharging speed can be adjusted, and the design is very thoughtful.
It is easy and simple to get started with. And even has a speed setting to control how much and how fast it dispenses the plastic.
I love this pen because it works great and it is very adjustable for the speed and temperatures and is all ready pre set and ready to go when you put filament in… just make sure to have plenty of Filament because it gets used up pretty quickly if you keep it at a high speed.
The 3D Pen has allowed me to dive into the fascinating world of 3D printing and unleash my creativity like never before. This pen offers a user-friendly experience and compatibility with both ABS and PLA filaments, making it a versatile tool for any aspiring artist or hobbyist.
A 3D pen is a pen that extrudes heated or warm plastic from the pen’s nozzle. You don’t need any software. There are no files to transfer, and no difficult tech to master. In the words of a teacher we work with, “whatever you imagine, you can draw. It goes from your brain, to your hand, right there."
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We recommend that you remove the filament. You can do this by pressing the on/off button on the 3D printer pen for 2 seconds. The filament will run out of the back of the 3D printer pen.
Yes, you can. However, you must start on a surface such as a stencil.
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