Since the dawn of civilization, humans have been attracted to beautiful things – art. This fascination manifested itself as carvings/paintings on flat surfaces, cave walls, and even eggshells. Around the same time, people started to realize that they could mold rocks, clay, and other organic materials into creative sculptures, introducing art to the third dimension for the first time. This resulted in incredible displays of human ingenuity, such as the Statue of David, The Thinker, and the many faces of Mt. Rushmore. Unfortunately, not everyone has a cubic yard of marble in their garage, so it’s quite difficult for the everyday person to explore 3-dimensional art. Enter, the 3D pen, a device that draws cubes instead of squares. 3Doodler, being the innovative people they are, created the world’s first 3d printing pen – and it is incredible! With this gadget, you can draw 3d sculptures with minimum effort. Its ergonomic design is just as smooth as a Bic pen and features a super quiet drive system. Looking for a last minute present for your mother’s birthday? Draw her some jewelry. Art asides, the 3Doodler also proves useful if you desperately need to repair a broken household item. In case you never run into one of these in your lifetime, the experience can be compared to operating a hot glue gun. However, a 3D pen produces a contemporary masterpiece, while using a hot glue gun only results in a hot, sticky mess.
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