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3Dsimo Kit: the first ever assembly kit of a multi-material 3D pen
3Dsimo after the first product 3Dsimo Mini pen – a “palm-sized workshop” which allows you to 3D draw, burn, cut foam and solder – has recently launched the new 3Dsimo kit, the first ever assembly kit of a multi-material 3D pen that you can modify to your requirements.
As well as being able to modify the casing, the device also has open source software and is based on Arduino Nano. Modifications and 3D models are available on the company’s Git Hub.
The assembly of the pen itself takes between 15 and 30 minutes and should be intuitive. The entire pen is made up of 3D printed parts which were created on FDM printers, so it could be easier to 3d print any parts once more or modify them to your needs.
In an interesting interview posted by All3dp.com, 3Dsimo CEO David Paškevič said “The idea is to inspire our customers to personalize the 3Dsimo Kit, make it better, improve our product, and share this improvement with community we are trying to create and engage with”.
3Dsimo Kit will cost you $49 and is now available to buy from the 3Dsimo’s website. Check out the demonstration video below to see how easy is the assembly process: