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A New Kid-Safe Version of the 3Doodler Melts Plastic Without Burning Fingers

Kids love to doodle, be it with markers, crayons, finger paints, even food. That’s why the 3Doodler seemed like the perfect kids’ toy — except the heat needed to melt the 3D printing filament meant it was adults only. So the company has created a new version, designed specifically for kids, with new filament that melts with hardly any heat. Read More >>

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Holy Crap — I Can Draw Freehand in 3D?

3Doodler caused quite a stir at the IFA trade show in Berlin last weekend, and it's easy to see why -- who doesn't want to draw in 3D? Read More >>