3D pens provide the benefits of 3D printing technology without the expense, time and space requirements of 3D printers. Whereas much of 3D printing is applied to prototyping and mass production, 3D pens can be used for arts and crafts projects, minor repairs, and small-scale modelling and sculpting. While most of these pens look similar and work the same way, there are a few that stand out. The 3DSimo Mini is a long, flat rectangle that is a multipurpose tool capable of soldering and cutting. Its extremely high working temperature enables a larger variety of materials to be used, and it is even has Bluetooth connectivity. The Lix 3D Pen is a high-end pen that also uses high temperatures, and is remarkable in its slimness.
The Yingjia Wireless 3D Printing Pen is called the iPeson 3D Printer Pen on Amazon, and further examination reveals it to be the Scribbler V2 3D Pen, or an exact simile thereof. In any case, it appears to be another well-received, mid-range pen, like the Xyzprinting Da Vinci 3D Pen. Its features include an LCD, auto-standby mode, single-hand temperature adjustment, and jamming detection. This pen does not require the user to constantly hold down a button while working. Instead, double-clicking the forward and backward buttons will keep the filament flowing.
The Yingjia/iPeson/Scribbler pen has a maximum melting temperature of 230 degrees, and works with both ABS and PLA. It comes with a power adapter, three 10-gram loops of 1.75 mm ABS filament, 6 loops of PLA filament, and an instruction booklet. It is rated for people of 8 years and older, and no doubt makes for a decent beginner's pen for those looking for creative ways to spend their free time.
Wow and wow! This is such an awesome pen, so easy to use just plug in, choose colour and go. Children under adult supervision will have hours of fun designing 3D drawings.
This is insane! It lets you draw in mid air and create really complex and neat designs. It comes with all you need to get started and you are ready to go...