3DSimo Mini 3D Printing Pen with Four Interchangeable Tips for Shaping Cutting Soldering and Burning

With four unique interchangeable tips, 3DSimo mini 3D printing pen not only lets you make awesome 3D creations, but also provides multiple ways to express your creativity.

3DSimo Mini 3D Printing Pen

The 3DSimo mini is a multi purposed handheld 3D printer that features an ultra portable design, and its ergonomic design provides a comfortable grip for steady creation. As shown in the images, the 3D printing pen shows off four different interchangeable tips. The first tip allows molted plastic to be extruded from the die, and the plastic can cool down rapidly in order that you can freely draw various solid structures in the air. And with the help of adjustable temperature and speed, the 3D printing pen is compatible with various standard 1.75mm filaments like ABS, PLA, PETG, and more.

Most importantly, in addition to the first tip, the 3DSimo mini also features other three interchangeable tips. The burning tip not only allows you to use the 3D pen to burn various artwork pieces on a wooden cutting board, but also lets you use it to smooth your 3D models.

3DSimo Mini 3D Printing Pen

As its name implies, its soldering tip makes the 3D printing pen work as an electric soldering iron to help you repair your broken electronics or build your own electrical equipment. In addition, its cutting tip allows you to cut polystyrene, plexiglas, balsa wood or foam so that you can create various RC models from scratch.

3DSimo Mini 3D Printing Pen

Apart from that, using built-in Bluetooth technology, the 3D pen is capable to wirelessly communicate with your smartphone, and a dedicatedly designed application gives you control over temperature, speed and different material profiles with precision. And it also delivers you instructional videos, templates to print and regular software updates.

3DSimo Mini 3D Printing Pen

The 3DSimo has been available for preorder on Kickstarter. You can pledge $89 to own the versatile 3D printing pen. It will be shipped in March next year. Additionally, also don’t miss Polyes Q1 3D printing pen and more cool stuff by following tags.

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