3Doodler: The World's First 3D Printing Pen

A project in Boston, MA by WobbleWorks LLC.
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It's a pen that can draw in the air! 3Doodler is the 3D printing pen you can hold in your hand. Lift your imagination off the page!
Backers: 26457
Average Pledge Per Backer: $89

Funded: $2,344,134 of $30,000
Dates: Feb 19th -> Mar 25th (34 days)
Project By: WobbleWorks LLC.
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April 30th - via: techcrunch.com
The startup began work developing the Lix in July last year — inspired, no doubt, by the 3Doodler pulling in $2.3 million on Kickstarter months earlier. (Read More)

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3Doodler pens ship to Kickstarter backers

October 1st - via: slashgear.com
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3Doodler pen now shipping to Kickstarter backers, will hit retail next year

September 30th - via: pocket-lint.com
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Handheld SwissPen 3D printer will beat 3Doodler to market

August 21st - via: geek.com
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3Doodler scores over $2.3 million on Kickstarter

April 4th - via: slashgear.com
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3Doodler Raises over $2.3 Million from Kickstarter Campaign

April 3rd - via: heraldonline.com
The team behind 3Doodler, the world’s first 3D printing pen, have received backing of $2,344,134 during their 34 day crowd-funding campaign, making it the most popular 3D consumer printing device and one of the top 25 Kickstarter projects of all time. (Read More)

3Doodler Pre-Order Store Now Live!

April 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
We're thrilled to announce the opening of our pre-order e-commerce store at the3Doodler.com, powered by our friends at Celery. For anyone who missed the Kickstarter for whatever reason, or who wants to go head to head with their non-backer friends,... (Read More)

3Doodler team 'gobsmacked' at campaign success

March 26th - via: backers.co
Backers today spoke to the team behind 3Doodler - a 3D printing pen and the latest Kickstarter sensation. Toy and gadget makers Peter Dilworth and Maxwell Bogue can’t quite believe their own success story. “The fact that we’ve been able to raise this much has us gobsmacked, and we just want to say a huge thank you to everyone who has backed us.” (Read More)

35 Days Later... Thank You!

March 25th - via: kickstarter.com
35 days ago, after months of preparation, we launched the 3Doodler on Kickstarter. We can't thank you enough for supporting us and making the 3Doodler a reality. We also want to thank our partner artists for joining us well before the madness... (Read More)

2 Days To Go: Some Important Notes (and a big thank you!)

March 21st - via: kickstarter.com
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New Artist's Special

March 13th - via: kickstarter.com
We are thrilled to announce (after many requests) a new Artist's Special launching this Thursday (14th March 2013). Following on the heels of the very successful project pieces from Bud Bullivant (WiredbyBud) and Ruth Jensen (Sparkflight),... (Read More)

Kickstarter Campaign For 3D Printing Pen 3Doodler Raises $2M

March 5th - via: thenextweb.com
Boston, Massachusetts-based WobbleWorks was hoping to raise $30,000 on Kickstarter to fund the development of ‘the world’s first 3D printing pen’, dubbed the 3Doodler. Yesterday, the campaign hit the $2 million funding mark, from over 23,000 backers, with nearly three weeks left. (Read More)

3Doodler Raises $2 Million Drawing Supporters Globally

March 5th - via: ibtimes.com
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Somerville start-up nabs nearly $2 million on Kickstarter for 3D pen

March 4th - via: bostonglobe.com
Somerville toy creators Peter Dilworth and Max Bogue struck Internet gold just two days after they posted a project on the crowdfunding website Kickstarter to pay for their latest invention — a three dimensional printer in the form of a handheld pen. Their gadget, known as the 3Doodler, attracted so many pledges — with many people offering the minimum $75 or more to eventually get their hands on one of the pens — that it quickly generated $1 million in funding. (Read More)

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February 28th - via: kickstarter.com
We remain awed by your response, grateful to each and every one of you, and super excited to get the 3Doodler into your hands. As we near the $2M mark here are some highlights, and a couple of tantalising updates: 1. Production Update! The benefit of... (Read More)

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February 27th - via: singularityhub.com
Five days after launch on Kickstarter, the 3Doodler 3D printing pen boasted over 21,000 backers and $1.9 million in pledges. Their goal was $30,000! What’s so special about the 3Doodler? If nothing else, it rivals the lofty infomercial marketing heights of Slap Chop or ShamWow. But let’s get something straight—3Doodler is a crafting “pen” not a handheld 3D printing pen (whatever that even means). (Read More)

3Doodler, the 3D Printing Pen!

February 27th - via: minidigita.com
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3-D Printing Pen Raises Over $1 Mil On Kickstarter

February 26th - via: webpronews.com
I’m not sure what impresses me most about this project: the fact that it began as a $30,000 goal on Kickstarter and went on to raise $1.8 million in just a week, or the fact that the product itself is so cool I’m finding myself daydreaming about all the things I could make with it before it’s even in my hot little hands. (Read More)

Kickstarter "3D Printing Pen" 3Doodler Sees Massive Demand

February 25th - via: allthingsd.com
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Crowdfund a Batman documentary, 3D printing pens, and a WWII setting for Lovecraftian RPGs

February 24th - via: io9.com
If you've always wished you could draw objects in 3D, there's a pen that uses basic 3D-printing technology to let you draw wire art-style objects, and it's looking for a little crowdfunding. So is a documentary on the power of the Batman story, an RPG setting that places cosmic horrors in WWII, the print volume of one of the Internet's most ludicrous webcomics, and a Creative Commons concept art book that lets you collaborate on the story. (Read More)

Introducing the newest member of the 3Doodler Team!

February 21st - via: kickstarter.com
Everyone, say hi to Ophelia!  Ophelia is a labrador-mix and a rescue dog. We adopted Ophelia just before our Kickstarter happened and are pleased to say she is settling in just fine, and seems totally unfazed by the excitement surrounding 3Doodler.... (Read More)

3-D printing pen raises more than $1 million on Kickstarter

February 21st - via: latimes.com
After being posted Tuesday, 3Doodler, as the project is called, quickly shattered its goal of raising $30,000, and is now just shy of hitting the $1.2-million mark. (Read More)

Opening Up December Shipments

February 20th - via: kickstarter.com
In the words of Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, "Boom Shake Shake Shake The Room!" We're delighted to announce the opening of December shipments of 3Doodlers! Demand has been astounding, and the whole team is truly overwhelmed by your reaction and... (Read More)

Keeping Up!

February 20th - via: kickstarter.com
Amazing Backers! It really means a huge amount to be able to reply to each and every one of you individually. We have been trying our hardest to do so, but we just can't keep up, no matter how fast we type! We thought we were doing a pretty good job... (Read More)

To Stretch or not to Stretch? That is the question.

February 20th - via: kickstarter.com
We originally set a Stretch Goal threshold at around $75,000. We hadn't expected to hit it so quickly, let alone in just a few hours! The intense demand for 3Doodler meant that all hands were on deck answering your questions and making sure we were... (Read More)

More 3Doodlers going live now!

February 20th - via: kickstarter.com
The aim of this Kickstarter was to create a first run of 3Doodlers, set the foundations in place to scale from there, and create an early 3Doodler community. Well we're about 30hours in and we're pinching ourselves. We are honestly gobsmacked!... (Read More)

3Doodler Destroys Kickstarter Goal, Raises Over $500K In A Day

February 20th - via: webpronews.com
The 3Doodler has absolutely shattered its initial Kickstarter goal by raising over $500,000 in just a day. As of now, the project has 7,826 people pledging $692,878. Every single tier of 3Doodler, except for the $10,000 has sold out. The team at WobbleWorks have added another 5,000 pens available at either $75 or $99, but these are also going incredibly fast. (Read More)

3Doodler crushes Kickstarter goal in hours

February 20th - via: slashgear.com
Currently the cheapest pledge that will get you a pen via Kickstarter is for $75 or more. That pledge will get you the pen and two bags of mixed color plastic along with a Hall of Fame mention. A pledge of $99 or more will get the pen and 10 bags of plastic. The company also still has both of its $10,000 or more pledges available that get a pen, a membership to exclusive beta tester mailing list for future projects from the company, and a day with the people behind the project. The company hopes to deliver the finished product by November of 2013. The 3Doodler would certainly make for cool gift for Christmas. (Read More)

3Doodler, World's First 3D Printing Pen, Takes Kickstarter By Storm

February 20th - via: huffingtonpost.com
If you've ever wanted to see your doodles in three dimensions, you can now do just that -- provided you fund the Kickstarter page for 3Doodler, the first ever 3D printing pen. (Read More)

Kickstarter-Projekt: Der Stift 3Doodler malt in 3D

February 20th - via: spiegel.de
Eine kleine amerikanische Firma hat einen Stift ausgetüftelt, mit dem man 3-D-Objekte von Hand zeichnen kann - mit erhitztem Plastik. Die Macher stellten ihr Projekt bei der Crowdfunding-Plattform Kickstarter ein. Mit überwältigendem Erfolg. (Read More)

3D-printing pen turns doodles into sculptures

February 19th - via: newscientist.com
The 3Doodle, which launched on Kickstarter today, lets users draw 3D structures in the air which solidify almost instantly (Read More)

Kickstarter Launched For World's First 3D Printing Pen

February 19th - via: thenextweb.com
Toy company WobbleWorks has launched a Kickstarter campaign today to try to fund the world’s first 3D printing pen, which will allow owners to draw objects that can then be picked up or sculpted into new three-dimensional objects. (Read More)

3D-Printing Pen, The 3Doodler, Reaches Kickstarter Funding Goal In Hours

February 19th - via: techcrunch.com
A pledge of $75 gets you a pen and you can use standard-gauge ABS/PLA plastic – the same material used by Makerbot. The project is already funded and it looks like it will be a popular product. It’s fun, clever, and introduces basic 3D-printing concepts without the rigmarole of programming and CAD. Think of it as a LOGO programming language for ABS extrusion fans, which is pretty esoteric but fairly accurate. (Read More)

A 3-D Printing "Pen" Project Hits Kickstarter

February 19th - via: fastcompany.com
A new Kickstarter campaign from WobbleWorks has taken the core idea of modern 3-D printing tech and applied it to an old-world tool: The pen. (Read More)

3Doodler 3D printer pen hits Kickstarter

February 19th - via: slashgear.com
3D printers are undeniably cool, but their price also puts them out of the reach of most; that’s where 3Doodler steps in, a 3D printing pen hitting Kickstarter today and promising to make sketches physical. The chubby stylus squirts out of a stream of thermoplastic from its 270 degree-C nib, which is instantly cooled by an integrated fan. (Read More)

A 3-D Printing Pen Wows Kickstarter

February 19th - via: technologyreview.com
The very affordable pen could open new vistas for 3-D creation. Drawing has entered the third dimension. (Read More)

World's first 3D printing pen smashes Kickstarter goal in a few hours

February 19th - via: theverge.com
WobbleWorks launched the project earlier today on Kickstarter, and shot past its $30,000 funding goal within a few hours; at the time of writing, it's raised close to ten times that amount. The first orders are scheduled to ship in September, though there only looks to be enough stock for around 5,000 Kickstarter backers in total. Right now, you can order your own 3Doodler for $75 and it should be with you in October. (Read More)

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