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3Dsimo Basic: Low Temperature 3D Printing Pen - Starter Pack

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The 3Dsimo Basic utilises low-temp PCL Filament to offer Child-safe Creativity that the whole family can enjoy – Start drawing in 3D Today with 3Dsimo!

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While many people typically consider additive manufacturing to involve large machines and collections of computer-aided systems that all work together to build, fuse or press materials into new or modified materials for particular purposes, the truth is that Additive Manufacturing can now be done from the comfort of home with amazing tools like the 3Dsimo Basic Low Temperature 3D Printing Pen. This is why, in addition to the 3Dsimo MultiPro Starter Pack, we are excited to introduce the 3Dsimo Basic Starter Pack, which includes the 3Dsimo Basic Low Temperature 3D Pen, around 57 meters of PCL filaments in a range of colours, a design template book, as well as a second battery so that you never have to stop your 3D Drawing fun.

The 3Dsimo Basic offers ultra-low temperature 3D printing on almost any surface you can imagine, with a specially-designed nozzle cap that will never go above 50°C. This makes it safe for the whole family, including kids aged 8 and up, allowing everyone to bring their creativity to life by drawing directly onto the 3D world around them. So, whether you’re an artist looking for a new medium to create beautiful pieces, a hobbyist eager to try creating personalised enclosures and similar designs, or are just wanting to unleash your creativity in a new and exciting way, the 3Dsimo Basic is the perfect tool to help you learn, refine and ultimately master your real-world 3D design skills.

Please Note: The 3Dsimo Basic is not a toy, and some of the components reach high temperatures. However, it has been designed to be as safe as possible for beginners and kids wanting to learn, and the white nozzle cap will only reach temperatures of around 50°C. This means, while it is relatively safe for kids to use, supervision and discretion is recommended to avoid any unnecessary injury.


3Dsimo Basic: Low Temperature 3D Printing Pen  -  Technical Specifications:

  • Printing Technology


  • Build Volume

– The Whole World!

  • Chassis Size (With Battery Attached)

– 163 x 34 x 20mm

  • Filament Diameter Compatibility

– 1.75mm

  • Filament Polymer Compatibility

– PCL (Polycaprolactone: Low Temperature)

  • Extruder Style

– Direct Drive

  • Stock Nozzle

–0.5mm Specialised Anti-Burn Nozzle

  • Max Hotend Temperature

– 80°C

  • Heat-Up Time

– ±25 Seconds

  • Print Platform Style

– Anywhere / Anytime

  • Printing Speed (Stable)

– 35mm/s

  • Printing Speed (Max)

– 90mm/s

  • User Interface

– Ergonomic Onboard Buttons

  • Included 3D Printing Filament

– 4 Tubes of 30cm Filament Sticks (192 Sticks Total)

  • Distinct Features

– Low Temperature Anti-Burn Nozzle Cap

– Suitable for Young Makers Aged 8+

– Mobile App for Learning / Sharing / Designing

– Replaceable AND Rechargeable Batteries

  • Weight (3D Pen)

– 75g

  • Weight (Package)

– ±350g

  • Operating Voltage

– 5V DC

  • Power Supply

– 750mAh Rechargeable Battery Pack

  • Average Battery Charging Time

– ±40 Minutes

  • Average Battery Lifespan

– ±3 Hours of Operation


3Dsimo Basic Starter Pack  -  Package Contents:

  • 3Dsimo Basic Low Temperature Pen
  • Book of 24 Fun Design Templates                   
  • 4 x Tubes of Filament Sticks
  • Instruction Manual
  • Spare 750mAh Battery Pack
  • 1.5m USB Cable


What Makes the 3Dsimo Basic: Low Temperature 3D Printing Pen Perfect for Beginners?

Because the 3Dsimo Basic is designed to utilise low temperature 3D Filaments, with PCL being the primary fuel for this creative tool, the filament tends to take around 20 seconds to harden. This is substantially longer than the standard ±3 second hardening time of other 3D Pens, but lends itself well to the fact that the filament can be shaped and moulded by hand during those 20 seconds of hardening.

This allows Creative Makers like yourself to extrude or draw filament, and then shape, bend, twist or even cut into it in order to fine-tune and neaten the design according to each creation you make. In fact, there are many videos available online of users drawing directly onto their hands, fingers and bare skin, demonstrating just how safe and malleable the 3D designs produced by the 3Dsimo can be!

And finally, if the idea of 3D design in the real world sounds interesting to you, be sure to check out the 3Dsimo MultiPro Starter Pack as well, which is a similar type of pack, but has been designed with a range of very cool attachments that hobbyists will certainly be able to appreciate – including soldering iron, plastic shaping and foam cutting attachments too.


The following video is an amazing example of how the 3Dsimo Basic Low Temperature 3D Printing Pen can be used to create fun but surprisingly functional designs, allowing this cool kid to create an awesome little house for his awesome little hedgehog friend:


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3Dsimo Basic: Low Temperature 3D Printing Pen - Starter Pack

3Dsimo Basic: Low Temperature 3D Printing Pen - Starter Pack

3Dsimo is a modern-age company that was founded by a Fourth Year Electronics student (and Avid Maker) name David Paskevic in the year 2013, as he noticed a serious lack of development and interest in the area of portable 3D Printing Devices like 3D Pens. This spurred him to create his own 3D Pen named “3Dsimo: The Amazing 3D Pen”, which was welcomed with open arms by Maker communities all over the world, from Prestigious Art schools to home-brew hobbyist hangouts.

The success of the 3Dsimo Pen is largely due to the way that David designed the pen – being a user primarily, who already knew the common shortfalls and problems with the existing models all-too-well. This, in conjunction with some realistic but very hype-worthy Kickstarter and Indiegogo campaigns, helped David further his designs, build the brand and the people within the company, and produce a range of different models, each focused on a unique field of 3D Pen functionality.

Now, just a few years after the initial 3Dsimo 3D Pen was introduced to the world, there are four distinct models, which includes a 3Dsimo Basic Low Temperature Pen, a more Open-Source Kit-Style 3D Pen that users can experiment with, as well as the 3Dsimo Mini and the 3Dsimo MultiPro – both of which feature various tool-head attachments that make them more than just 3D Pens, with interchangeable 3D Printing, Soldering, Shaping and Cutting attachments too!