CreoPop, A 3D Printing Pen That Uses Light-Sensitive Photopolymers Instead of Melting Plastic

CreoPop is a 3D printing pen that uses light-sensitive photopolymers instead of melting plastic. This means that there’s no heating element or smell of melted plastic associated with the device. Instead, CreoPop uses a UV light to solidify the photopolymers of varied colors. CreoPop is currently raising funds via an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign.

CreoPop

CreoPop

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