This is the World’s Smallest 3D-Printing Pen

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The LIX 3D printing pen does not require paper as it enables you to doodle in the air. The pen functions similarly to 3D printers. It quickly melts and cools coloured plastic, letting you create rigid and freestanding structures.

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LIX is highly portable with its small size and a power cable that plugs into any traditional USB port. Its smaller size (Height: 6.45inch/164mm – Diameter: 0.55inch/14mm) has made it an ideal 3D printing pen for all those who want to give their creative skills a try.

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LIX was created by 3 founders: Delphine Eloise Wood, Anton Suvorov and Ismail Baran. The company recently launched a Kickstarter campaign that has already exceeded its initial £30,000 goal with almost 2,500 backers pledging £210,568, with over a month left in the campaign.

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Check Out This Small Gallery
of Creations Made with the LIX Pen

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For more information please visit:

Official Website

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