The 3D printing tool can create wood and copper products that can be polished or sanded for versatile finishes

Technology company WobbleWorks released the 3Doodler PRO, the world’s first professional-grade 3D printing pen, an updated version of its popular 3Doodler pen. This versatile tool works using a similar method to 3D printers and functions like a hot glue gun to shape lines of plastic-based filament, making it a perfect prototyping tool for architects, designers and creative professionals in general.

Along with 3Doodler's wide range of plastics, the 3Doodler PRO introduces a series of new materials to help enhance concept development and aid in communicating vision and direction. These new filaments include bronze, wood, nylon and polycarbonate, all containing real bits of the materials blended into the standard plastic filaments to create pieces that can be polished, sanded, dyed and melted for a variety of finishes.

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