The 3Doodler is fun, allowing you to fabricate 3D objects by drawing them in the real world. Sure, it’s hard to draw things accurately and the filament can burn if you touch it as soon as it’s extruded (like when you try to adjust it after making a mistake), but it’s a truly fun product that enables a whole new way of making stuff.
The 3Doodler Build & Play wants to bring this pen-based fabrication process to preschoolers, ages four and up. You know how creating with the 3Doodler can be quite the frustrating affair, as it’s relatively easy to make mistakes? Yeah, you don’t want to frustrate little kids like that, unless you want to quit and play something else. As such, this safer and easier-to-use version of the 3D printing pen operates differently, combining the hand-modeling elements of Play-Doh with 3D fabrication. The 3Doodler Build & Play […]
I’ve been investigating the rather quiet company Seurat Technologies, which is developing a new metal 3D printing...