Click here to buy an IDO3D Pen set: http://amzn.to/28KvyqZ Comes in 1, 3, and 5 pen sets $15 to $42
Pros and Cons listed below:
-This 3d pen has no hot parts! and uses ink instead of plastic
-Ink is built into the pens. just squeeze to use and then cure the ink with the uv light
-No power cords are needed
-Comes with stencils, pen tips and drawing pads
-Colors blend together and make cool effects
-very affordable costing $15 for 1 pen set and $42 for a 5 pen set
-Lots of Ink: I didn’t run out of any color in this video
-You can blend colors: I mixed yellow and red to make orange
-The ink is VERY sticky and gets all over your hands
-The art pieces take a long time (5+ min) to dry with the uv light
-After drying the art they will always be a little sticky
-This pen is not made for drawing up into the air like you can do with 3d printing pens (scribbler and 3doodler) instead you’ll have to make 2 objects, then attach them by adding ink
-Only comes with 3 colors (I wish there was more colors like a blue pen)
In this video I make: A rainbow, some triangles to stand up my rainbow, a flower, a bracelet, a Cube, and other fun things
Click here to buy an IDO3D Pen set: http://amzn.to/28KvyqZ Comes in 1, 3, and 5 pen sets for $15 to $42
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2 Comments on "IDO3D Pen Review + Demo: First 3d Pen with Cool Ink!"
3D pens sounds so much fun!
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