Blusmart 3D Printing Pen Stereoscopic Drawing Pen ABS PLA Filament 3D Doodler for 3D Craft Drawing Tool(Purple)

It is a magic pen that bring fantastic thoughts(imagination) into vivid objects (reality).

So never miss the chance to live your dream! Make your drawing(dream) on paper get wings and fly in the air.


* The 3D print pen is designed for painting lovers,designers,amateurs,students, kids,etc

* It is compatible with PLA /ABS 1.75mm/0.005ft material and has a 0.002ft/0.7mm nozzle.

* It is Light-weight design with intelligent standby technology, Smooth touch and easy to use, a special gift for kids, decorate colorful childhood.

*Speed regulating button to control the speed freely.

* Free temperature adjustment button with 1 LED display screen control the filament.

* Make your painting (dream) on paper get wings and fly in the air!


*Color: Purple

*Discharging way: Fused Deposition Modeling

*Molding mode: Three-dimensional design

*Printing range: Unlimited

*Output speed: Adjustable

*Printing Filament: ABS/PLA 1.75mm

*Heating temperature: Adjustable ABS:210℃-235℃ PLA:160℃-210℃

*Operating voltage: 12V 3A

*Nozzle: About 0.002ft/0.7mm

*Material: Plastic case cover

*Net weight: 2.29OZ/65g

Packing includes:

Packing weight: About 22.93OZ/650g

Packing dimension: About 8.66*6.69*2.48inches/22×17×6.3cm(L×W×H)

Packing list:

1×3D Pen

1×Power Adapter

1×Free Filaments ( random color)

1×User Manual

Product Features

  • Intelligent design: super energy-saving when standby. lighter and slimmer make you at ease and full enjoy the fun of 3D drawing.
  • Regulated Speed: freely control the speed and size of filaments output,frame amazing 3D painting.
  • Controllable Filaments: press forward or back button can output or withdraw the filaments anytime.
  • Adjustable temperature: temperature adjustment button to change the temperature and control the time of drawing.
  • A magic pen makes your drawing(dream) on paper into vivid objects (reality),get wings and fly in the air.

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It is rocket science! World's first 3D craft set for take-off

London (AFP) – Fuelled by beer and the enthusiasm of amateurs, a British team on Friday said it was preparing to launch the world’s first ever 3D printed rocket.

Showing off the human-sized rocket in a central London office, Lester Haines, head of the “Special Projects Bureau” at technology magazine The Register, described the technical challenges and “big future” of 3D printing in aeronautics.

“You can do highly complex shapes that simply aren’t practical to do any other way,” he told AFP, dressed in a white lab coat sporting the project motto “Ad astra tabernamque”, which means “to the stars and the pub”.

“NASA are already 3D-printing metal rocket parts, so it’s obviously got a big future.”

The project — sponsored by German data analytics firm Exasol — was suggested by readers of The Register and goes by the grand title “Low Orbit Helium Assisted Navigator”, or LOHAN for short.

It took 30 committed team-members, including doctorate aeronautical engineers, four years to build the rocket.

The biggest challenge, according to Haines, was getting the standard hobbyist rocket motor to fire at high altitudes.

The team said it will launch the rocket from Spaceport America, the home of Virgin Galactic in New Mexico, later this year, after securing the £15,000 ($24,000, 19,000 euros) needed for lift-off on crowdfunding site Kickstarter.

A huge helium balloon will lift the rocket 20,000 metres (65,600 feet) into the stratosphere, at which point the onboard GPS will ignite the engine, catapulting it to speeds of around 1,000 miles (1,610 kilometres) per hour.

The three-kilogramme rocket, which cost £6,000 to print, will then use an onboard autopilot to guide it back to Earth, all captured by an onboard video camera.

Haines explained how 3D printing’s main advantage was in speeding up the process of refining prototypes, requiring only a tweak to the computer-aided design (CAD) plans that instruct the printer.

He called LOHAN “a because it’s there project”, and had no commercial value, but added that the number of potential uses for similar Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) was “endless”.

With the countdown on, Haines dispelled any suggestions the crew was feeling the pressure.

“We got some of the team turning up for a beer tonight,” he revealed. “It’s going to get really messy.”