Dec 21, 2014

Future Make Technology LLC announced that they are ready to launch their Polyes Q1 3D printing pen on Kickstarter with a surprisingly affordable price -- $59 (1 Polyes Q1 plus 3 capsules of inks).

Now you can free yourself from boring 2D, 3D printing pen brings doodles and drawings to life. Just draw in the air and you'll be printing with plastic using 3D printing pen. Unlike the commonly used FDM (fused deposition modeling) method used in 3D printing pen like 3Doodler, Polyes Q1 uses light sensitive resin instead of melted plastic. The pen ejects a stream of liquid resin from the extruder and it solidifies immediately when exposed under the blue light. Its cool, nontoxic ink allow you to draw things even on your own skin. In addition Polyes Q1 adopts the blue LED which nearly does no harm to people's eyes.

The company says you can adjust the speed of the resin flow by pressing a key on the pen. As for the battery, the Polyes Q1 lasts for 40-60 minutes of constant use, and an LED displays the remaining power level at all time.

The 3D printing pen is very suitable for children to use as it develops their interest in drawing. "With Polyes Q1, you can easily draw the car model without any software; you can design a fancy pattern on your iPhone's shell; you can make a stylish gadget to decorate your wall or your desk, or create series of cartoon characters," says the company.

According to Future Make Technology, the pen also includes an important feature called safety level sensor which cuts out the Ultraviolet light when the device is inclined beyond the working orientation.

Future Make Technology say their Kickstarter campaign is expected to be live "before Christmas" and to celebrate Christmas, the first 100 backers will receive the Polyes Q1 for $59, including three standard inks. Once the Kickstarter campaign is over, the pens will retail for $119, says the company.

Future Make releases a video trailer ahead of the campaign. Check it out:


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Sara Nita wrote at 10/31/2016 2:02:22 PM:


dtuerk wrote at 12/29/2014 4:48:48 AM:

They don't show it actually working...

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