Jan.8, 2014

3Doodler, the $99 handheld 3D printer, is announcing their worldwide plans to retail in 2014 as well as launching a range of accessories at CES.

WobbleWorks announced on Tuesday that 3Doodler will be available across the US at Brookstone's retail stores, as well as online with website ThinkGeek, Maker Shed and the MoMA Store, 3Doodler's official launch partner for design.

WobbleWorks also launches a range of 3Doodler accessories at CES 2014.

The DoodleSuit

The first is a holder for the pen. The two front legs of the DoodleSuit double as speed control buttons, allowing you press down with minimal effort and move the whole DoodleSuit to create stable and precise flat 3Doodles.

3Doodler Nozzle Set

3Doodler will also be launching six different changeable nozzles, allowing users to extrude plastic in different shapes and sizes.


WobbleWorks also launches DoodleBlocks, silicon molds that can be easily "filled in" with the ABS or PLA plastic from the pen. The molds come in various shapes including stars, numbers, and letters, making it effortless to create 3D objects.

The 3Doodler, which debuted last year following a massive crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, has almost finished shipping Kickstarter backers their 3D-printing pen. WobbleWorks is accepting pre-orders for the 3Doodler, the estimated shipping is in March 2014. Pricing and exact launch timing for 3Doodler accessories have not yet been finalized, the company hopes to start shipping them from Spring 2014.

Posted in 3D Printers



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