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Future Make Polyes Q1

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Polyes Q1 Specifications

Dimensions
1" x 1.6" x 8.8"
the polyes q1 weighs 0.4 pounds

0.35

Upc n
712202  760285

Editorial Review

For a culture that spends an inordinate amount of time staring into the 2-dimensional voids of computer monitors, there is a certain irony to having those computers then print in 3-D. And not in the sense that paper or acetate are 3-dimensional manifestations but rather that they print actual 3-D objects. The time nears when the 3-D printer will be able to print itself and thereby achieve technological dominance over us. But it won’t be able to pay the electric bill so we will still retain power. At least for a while.

3-D printers like the Da Vinci 1.0 Pro can produce renderings of objects created in computers with varying degrees of integrity and practical utility. These are sophisticated devices that, improperly applied, can produce all manner of blobby mess and wasted print-stock. Certainly not the kind of thing you let the kids play with. Before the computer printer -- quite a bit, actually -- was the pen. And before letting the kids use the 3-D printer, give them a 3-D pen.

While perhaps not mightier than the sword by any real measure, the Future Make Polyes Q1 is still safer than the hot-melt gun with markedly less liability for the kids and their friends to use. 3-D pens like the Scribbler V3 work by extruding liquefied ABS/PLA filament through a narrow tip, which can be formed into any shape within the laws of physics. The Polyes Q1 uses a photo-polymer “ink” which is cured with the integrated blue LED in its tip which negates the need for heated parts or melting plastic. The polymers allow the user to incorporate different colors as desired. As a safety feature, the Polyes Q1 turns off its light if the pen is turned upright to keep curious eyes from being LED astray.

Future Make Polyes Q1 | Reviewed by Botdb | Rating: 5

Polyes Q1 Reviews From Around The Web


Inclination

Polyes Q1 is the first 3D printing pen with blue light and real inks. Rapid light curing technology turns your imagination into reality.

Tom's Guide
kickstarter.com
Inclination

The Polyes Q1 pen does not involve any parts that get hot, and does not melt any plastics. The risk of burns and the odors are eliminated.

Tom's Guide
slashgear.com
Inclination

This product is basically a piece of junk. I would not be surprised if the ink that does not dry is also toxic. Do not buy this.

Tom's Guide
kickstarter.com
Inclination

The pen can function without the help of a heating element a part that reduces both the safety and efficiency of other devices.

Tom's Guide
digitaltrends.com
Inclination

The Polyes Q1 is a 3D pen that allows users to bring their creations to life, without the hassle or danger found in most 3D pens currently on the market.

Tom's Guide
pastemagazine.com