A celebration of the 3D pen in the 3Doodler Awards

A celebration of the 3D pen in the 3Doodler Awards

A 3D printed cathedral, Da Vinci inspired machines, miniature creatures and fashion pieces – the winning designs for 3Doodler Awards celebrate the imagination and ingenuity possible with a 3D pen. 2016 marks the second year of the competition held by the world’s first 3D pen manufacturers, and has 9 different submission categories covering fashion, art and designer’s general ingenuity and imagination. Neckpiece designed by Aikaterini Kedikoglou, winner of the Wearable category. Photo via: the3doodler Making a house a home Devin Montes is a designer-turned-YouTuber based in Southern California who 3D prints objects for his channel Make Anything . His […]

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