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Review MYNT3D Junior2 3D Pen for Kids [2020 Model] Child Safe Low Temperature Printing Pen (NOT Compatible with ABS/PLA)

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Details: MYNT3D Junior2 3D Pen for Kids [2020 Model] Child Safe Low Temperature Printing Pen (NOT Compatible with ABS/PLA)

Brand: MYNT3D

review MYNT3D Junior2 3D Pen for Kids [2020 Model] Child Safe Low Temperature Printing Pen (NOT Compatible with ABS/PLA)

MYNT3D Junior2 3D Pen for Kids [2020 Updated] Child Safe Low Temperature Printing Pen (NOT Compatible with ABS/PLA)

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Advantages

  • Products can be returned
  • Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
  • 3D Pen designed specifically for kids, with easy to grasp ergonomic design and low temperature nozzle that wont burn young hands
  • Watch your young artists, architects or builders imagination grow off the paper in 3D
  • Junior2 is updated with the same sealed nozzle design as more advanced MYNT3D pens to stop clogs and provide countless hours of enjoyment and learning
  • Battery powered, charges with Micro USB (note: AC adapter not included) works with kid safe low temp 1.75mm PCL filament (not compatible with ABS or PLA)

Notice

  • Is an online purchase
  • Delivery may be delayed in some areas.

review MYNT3D Junior2 3D Pen for Kids [2020 Model] Child Safe Low Temperature Printing Pen (NOT Compatible with ABS/PLA)

review MYNT3D Junior2 3D Pen for Kids [2020 Model] Child Safe Low Temperature Printing Pen (NOT Compatible with ABS/PLA)

Buyer Guide 3D Printing Pens

If you are looking at buying your first 3D pen, then this guide may be of use to you.

  • Safety. This is a critical factor. You want the pen to run smoothly and without issues. There should be no fire hazards while in use or after use.
  • Temperature. Some pens have operating temperatures that can be very warm. If you plan to use this pen in hot conditions, check that the pen is designed to handle this kind of abuse.
  • Power. Consider the amount of power the pen uses. Some pens have a larger, more powerful motor than others.
  • Nozzle Size. Some pens only work with a single nozzle, but others have multiple nozzles.
  • Thickness. Some pens use thinner filaments than others.
  • Filament. Filaments are different. Some are more brittle than others, and some can warp while in use or after use.

How to choose 3D Printing Pens

 3D pens are fun, creative, and an easy way to bring a little bit of art into your daily life. But which model is the right one for you?

When shopping for a 3D pen, there are three main factors to consider:

  • The pen’s material. There are dozens of materials that 3D pens can print with, including plastic, wood, metal, and thermoplastic. Although plastic is the most common material, it’s often the least durable. If you’re shopping for a 3D pen, make sure you know what kind of material works best for you.
  • The pen’s temperature range. Most 3D pens can start printing at around 100 degrees Fahrenheit. But you can create finer details at lower temperatures, and higher temperatures allow for faster printing. While most pens can print at 200 degrees Fahrenheit, some pens can heat up as high as 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • The pen’s size. Most 3D pens come in one of two shapes: a pen, and a pen-like shape (also known as a tube). Pen-like shapes are generally easier for beginners to learn with.

How to maintain 3D Printing Pens

To get the most out of your 3D pen, it’s important to take good care of it.
Never leave your pen unattended, and avoid using metallic or sharpened objects.