What kind of filament does 3Doodler use?

The 3Doodler Create+ is compatible with official 3Doodler ABS, PLA, FLEXY and WOOD filaments.

Can you use any filament in a 3D pen?

Almost all 3D pens use 1.75mm filament, however some manufactures (3Doodler is famous for this) use bigger 3mm filament. Notably, some 3D pens allow you to precisely control the temperature, which means you can use just about any brand of filament you like.

What is the best filament for 3D pen?

ABS filament extrudes thicker, making projects faster to complete. PLA filament is preferred by 3D pen users for wearable projects such as jewelry.

How do you reverse a 3Doodler?

3Doodler Create – Getting Started: Reversing Plastic

How old should you be to use a 3D pen?

We recommend 3D pens for kids age 6+. Kids as young as 6 can enjoy creating with a kid-friendly 3D pen.

How do 3D printing pens work?

How does a 3D Pen Work? A 3D pen works by heating a plastic filament to its melting point and forcing it through the tip of an extruder, how a glue gun works. Once the melted plastic leaves the tip it is very malleable and can be painted onto any surface or molded into any shape.


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