What surface do you use for a 3D pen?

Cardboard is one of the surfaces that is highly recommended for use by beginners. In fact, comments from 3D pen users certify this. This is because the cardboard is firm, so retrieving the pattern drawn is easier. Decorative designs can also be raised on a plain and clean ordinary paper sheet.

What paper should I use for 3D pen?

I use parchment paper, the kind that you buy on sheets for baking. It come off nicely but there are adhesion problems if you want to do sharp corners. I prefer using ordinary printer paper for that. You can simply soak any scraps of paper off in a sink.

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Can you use a 3D pen on parchment paper?

Can You Use a 3D Pen on Paper? Yes, you can!

Does 3D pen stick to wood?

Yes! The Eco-Plastic adheres to many surfaces, including fabrics, glass, wood or metal. It will not adhere permanently and can still be removed by hand. This pen can also be used for temporarily decorating clothing.

Does a 3D pen stick to plastic?

3D Pen Faqs – Yes! The Eco-Plastic adheres to many surfaces, including fabrics, glass, wood or metal. It will not adhere permanently and can still be removed by hand. This pen can also be used for temporarily decorating clothing.


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