AIO Robotics Full-Metal Premium 3D Printing Pen for 3D Modeling, Education, PLA Filament Support, bright OLED-Display

No proprietary filament (1.75 mm diameter), ideal for education in classrooms with PLA only printing material support, ultra-slim stylus design with ergonomic touch, USB-powered (5V DC, 2A), adjustable temperature, individual extrusion speed control (nozzle diameter 0.5 mm), highest design quality, approved by ROHS, CE, FCC certification, 1 year manufacturer warranty

Product Features

  • Design and 3D print astonishing three-dimensional art objects in high precision!
  • Adjust material flow speed to your individual preference while crafting
  • Control the temperature in 1 degree increments to adjust for PLA variety.
  • Extra-bright OLED display allows you to monitor flow speed and temperature of material
  • Package includes slim, ergonomic touch pen, 2 colors of PLA plastic filament, manual, cable and A/C adapter

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2 thoughts on “AIO Robotics Full-Metal Premium 3D Printing Pen for 3D Modeling, Education, PLA Filament Support, bright OLED-Display”

  1. AIO = Awesome! So this is my first time playing with 3d printing using the pen format other than a few that I checked out at SF Maker Faire and I have to say I am loving it so far!I was super impressed with not only the packaging but the overall style, weight and ease of this pen…I literally had it out of the box with instructions read and 1st test project completed in about 10 minutes!The pen itself feels solid, well made and perfectly balanced. After plugging it into the power cord it took…

  2. I thought a 3D pen would be a cool little toy to use some of the filament I’ve been enjoying this pen for about two weeks. I wanted to really get it running before I posted a full review.I own a 3d printer, and I have a ton of filament for it. As such, I thought a 3D pen would be a cool little toy to use some of the filament. It turned out to be so much better than even that.I use it to prototype some drawings, and I like to draw full structures. I enjoy the pyramid designs, and once you watch 3d printing for a time, you have a good idea of…

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