Meet the 3Doodler PRO+. Superior Performance. Elevated Design.

The 3Doodler PRO+ is the world’s most advanced professional-grade 3D printing pen. Sleek, dynamic, and reliable, the PRO+ offers design experts and engineers freedom and flexibility with easy-to-use technology.

Experience Creative Freedom

The PRO+ is the go-to 3D printing solution for creative professionals. Architects, artists, designers, and inventors achieve superior performance with ergonomic styling and advanced technology for hours of creative use. With versatile temperature and speed settings, the PRO+ ensures a precise finish to every project and offers a range of materials including wood, copper, bronze, nylon, ABS, PLA, and FLEXY.

It’s so versatile, it also acts as a repair or tactile teaching tool for other industries. From fixing floorboards and repairing junction boxes, to prototyping and augmenting 3D models, the range of use cases for the 3Doodler PRO+ is unparalleled.

The 3D printing pen features a smaller, more ergonomic design, a robust dual-drive system, precise digital controls for temperature and speed, and a completely removable magnetic panel to effortlessly access the internal workings of the pen. The PRO+ includes a user guide with sample projects and skill development tips, six packs of material, namely wood, nylon, and metal, a mini DoodlePad, a Nozzle Set, and a complete set of international adaptors so you can create PRO-level Doodles from anywhere in the world. The possibilities are endless.

PRO+ Art and Design Collaboration

3Doodler collaborated with artists and designers from around the world to create a series of ambitious Doodles to showcase the outstanding design and engineering capability of the PRO+.

“We wanted to acknowledge some of the highly anticipated events that got missed this year, so we used the PRO+ to bring them to life for everyone,” said Maxwell Bogue, co-founder of 3Doodler.

The exposition reflects on 2020 events that did not occur or structures that were not built to completion due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These feature a collection honoring the athletes who were slated to compete in the 2020 Olympics, Met Gala costumes to pay homage to the annual fashion fête, and even a series dedicated to this year’s architectural wonders, including the Expo 2020 Dubai Czech Pavilion.

What PRO+ Doodles are you inspired to make? Share your ideas and creations with us on social media. We can’t wait to see you unlock your creative potential with 3Doodler PRO+.

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Carousel 2, Images 1 and 2, Olympic Figure by Cornelia Kugelmeier @connie__doodles
Carousel 2, Images 3 and 4, Met Gala “Plague Doctor” dress by Heather Baharally @artbybaha
Carousel 2, Images 5 and 6, Met Gala Collection by Erica Gray @erica_gray_wearables
Carousel 2, Image 7, Canada Pavilion by Cornelia Kugelmeier @connie__doodles
Carousel 2, Image 8, Czech Pavilion by Alanna Baird @alannabaird

Creepy Costume Ideas with Create+

Get crafty this Halloween with costume designs and accessories you create!

By making a costume or custom accessories, you’re able to create a scary, funny, or sweet Halloween personality to match your mood. Even better—there’s no need to rush out and splurge on expensive store-bought items when you have a 3D pen at home. Check out a few easy-to-make Halloween costume ideas!

Making a costume might seem overwhelming, but you’ll be surprised to see how easy it can be with these projects, step-by-step instructions, a 3Doodler Create+ 3D Pen and a variety of Create plastics.

Dress up as Erica Gray’s “Swamp Thing”

Be the coolest ghoul this season with our DIY “Swamp Thing” mask. Fashion designer and artist Erica Gray dreamt up this creature from the 3Doodler lagoon and made an easy-to-follow tutorial for you to make this eerie mask. We guarantee it’s sure to turn heads!

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Scary Halloween jewelry:

If you don’t want to go over-the-top with your costume, but want something that achieves that spooky effect in a subtle way, this slit-throat choker necklace is the perfect accessory.

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DIY Halloween headbands

Dress up as a magical unicorn, stand out from the crowd with bats flying above your head, or go for a classic horror scene look with these Halloween headbands.

Unicorn Headband

These ears and horn make a whimsical prop to complete your Halloween Unicorn costume. They would also make a wonderful party craft, or could even be handed out as party favors!

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  • Things you’ll need: 3Doodler Create+ pen, Halloween Headbands stencil, Create PLA plastic, paper, clear tape, headband.

  • Roll paper into the shape of the unicorn horns, then cover with clear tape.

  • Make the horn while spinning the paper cone using one hand and Doodling with the other. Add final details, then remove the Doodle from the cone.

  • Print the Unicorn ears stencil here, place a Create DoodlePad over the stencil, then Doodle over it using PLA plastic.

  • Attach the horn and the ears onto a headband.

Flying Bats Headband

This headband is fun, cool and festive – and it’s perfect for last minute Halloween DIY projects! You could even pair this with a witch hat for your flying bats to circle.

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Arrow Headband

Add some humor to your rustic Halloween look with this super easy and classic arrow through head prop!

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Spider Web

This project is perfect for the whole family! Simply print out the stencil in different sizes to make cobwebs for both kids and adults. There’s so many things you can do with it: you can attach the cobweb to your shirt, pin it in your hair, or even decorate corners of your house!

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If these costumes inspired you to create, be sure to take a photo of your creations and share them with us via on social media. Tag @3Doodler so we can see your work!

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All of these projects are made using the 3Doodler Create+ 3D printing pen.

Frightfully Fun K-8 Creations

Costumes can be frightful or fun and we’re all about lending a bit of 3D design to each and every one. Kids enjoy developing their own ideas for spooky, scary, or silly Halloween creativity, so encourage them to explore with a few projects to spark the imagination.

There’s something special about making a Halloween costume by hand, especially with a 3D pen. Explore our creepy crafts to ensure young learners can engineer their own costumes this October with tactile tech!

DIY Halloween Glasses

Nothing says Halloween more than pumpkins and ghosts! Use our free template and cover it in spooky colors and shapes for a fun accessory to wear this Halloween. This project takes about 30 minutes to complete, and it is completely customizable!

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Make a Sassy Cat Mask

With this project, you can use a blank mask as a base, or you can simply Doodle the stencil for your DIY Sassy Cat Mask. If you don’t use a blank mask as a base, you can attach a piece of elastic to the mask by Doodling each end to the side edges of the mask in order to hold it in place, or you can attach two pieces of string by Doodling them to the sides and then tie the mask behind your head to hold it in place.

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  • Things you’ll need: 3Doodler Start penCat stencil, Start DoodlePad, 3Doodler Start Plastic, String or Elastic, or a blank mask as a base

  • Print out the cat stencil here, or draw your own cat mask design.

  • Place a Start DoodlePad over your stencil, then Doodle over it.

  • If using a mask base, Doodle to attach the pieces onto the Mask Base.

  • If using string or elastic, attach them to the sides of the mask with extruded plastic

  • Add final details, and put on your Mask to transform into your feline Halloween character!

Creepy Crawly Pins Project

Add a hint of Halloween flair with these frightful designs. Decorate a plain t-shirt or hat with creepy spiders, cockroaches and other scary bugs.

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We can’t wait to see your creepy crawly creations. Be sure to take photos of your Doodles and share them with our community on social media. Trick or tweet us, and be sure to tag us so we can see your Halloween crafts!

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3Doodler Teams Up with DonorsChoose by Funding $100,000 of 3D Learning Projects!

3Doodler, makers of the world’s first 3D printing pen, has teamed up with DonorsChoose by funding $100,000 of 3Doodler pens and educational support material for teachers across America. Our Match Offer is available to teachers in need at all public and public charter schools, whether you’re teaching remotely, in class, or some hybrid of both.

To celebrate World Teachers’ Day, we’re giving educators access to the high-quality tools they both want and need in an effort to boost their students’ creative thinking and hands-on learning. Teachers are currently navigating unprecedented challenges, and we want to make it easy for them to secure the supplies they need for in-person, remote, and hybrid learning opportunities this year.


“Even under the most challenging circumstances, teachers are demonstrating their commitment to educating students and we want to be in a position to support them along the way,” said Daniel Cowen, President at 3Doodler. “By partnering with DonorsChoose, 3Doodler is empowering teachers to have students apply their knowledge through 3D design, problem-solving and critical thinking. While it may not be the school year we expected, we are ensuring all learners have an opportunity to create in 3D with tools designed for a variety of learning environments.”

3Doodler EDU Start and Create+ Learning Packs will reach students in elementary, middle, and high schools with solutions for in-person, remote, and hybrid learning. 3Doodler EDU Learning Packs are designed for grades K-12 with a choice of 3D pens in quantities of 6 or 12. Updated for the 2020/2021 school year, our Learning Packs now include Challenge Card activities of varying difficulty levels for open-and-go projects, as well as washable storage pouches.

“Students in my classroom are attentive and engaged when they have their 3Doodler pens in hand,” said Ellen Peterson, STEM educator. “3Doodler tools are easy for teachers to use and great for students to experience project based learning with plenty of materials to keep learning fun and engaging whether working on a science project or demonstrating reading comprehension.”

Teachers have access to hours of lessons, activities, and project tutorials that bring science, technology, engineering and math to life for every student. 3Doodler Start and Create+ pens are an ideal entry point to 3D printing and extremely easy to use without any complex hardware or software. Students can design and build working models of real-world mechanisms to better understand how they work and master tough concepts. In addition, 3Doodler offers a free mobile app to access the latest classroom resources designed for flexible learning.

3Doodler will match the first $50,000 donated to STEAM projects including 3Doodler EDU Start Learning Packs and Create+ Learning Packs. To see projects requesting 3Doodler items, visit DonorsChoose.

If you know a teacher interested in 3Doodler’s educational tools and materials, including the 3Doodler Start Learning Packs in quantities of six or twelve or 3Doodler Create+ Learning Packs in quantities of six or twelve, have them visit DonorsChoose to post a project today!

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The Case for Project Based Learning in 3D

What is the best way to learn the physics behind bridges? By building one.

To build a functional bridge, it’s important to have an understanding in the basics of physics, Newton’s Laws, the properties of matter, and other factors that inform us of our physical world, but it can be challenging to see how they all work together at the same time. The best way to learn about bridges is to build a model of one – a perfect project based learning (PBL) activity. That’s just what students do in Glenn Couture’s high school classes. Explore Glenn’s PBL tips and access a roundup of 3Doodler K-12 lessons to bring PBL to your learning environment.

PBL to Engage Students

Glenn Couture teaches honors and AP physics at a high school in Norwalk, Connecticut. During the school year he guides students through a wide range of topics, including kinematics, the relationship between work, power and energy, waveforms, thermodynamics, fluid dynamics, electricity, and light.

Couture guides students to make models using 3Doodler pens

A key part of teaching these topics is taking abstract descriptions of how physics work and letting students explore them hands-on through PBL. Couture caps off many of his curricular units with  projects that enable students to apply what they’ve learned to a real-world problem. Students demonstrate their understanding of complex topics by creating their own 3D models. This application of difficult concepts ensures students build confidence, express creativity, and offers tools for visual learners.

3D Application in Chemistry Class

Couture used 3Doodler pens in a unique chemistry project to build models of a side-face molecule placement crystal.

A Doodled visualization of molecules in a crystal lattice

“In chemistry, solids form crystals,” he explained while showing off the cube, a helpful tool for visualizing the relationship between molecules in a crystal lattice.

With 3Doodler students have the advantage of creating a 3D model by hand, which they then use to study the stability of various crystal types.

“I sometimes find that students have difficulty taking a concept from 2D to 3D and vice versa,” Couture added. He feels that 3Doodler pens are the ideal tools to bridge that gap.

Jumpstart PBL with 3Doodler K-12 Lessons.

Doodle Wheelers (Force and Motion)

Recommended grades: K-2
Learn about: Simple machines, force and motion
Overview: In this activity, students explore the size of wheels and their effects on force and motion. Students will design and create one small-wheeled racer and one large-wheeled racer using clothespins and a 3Doodler pen.

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STEM: Earth’s Structure and Beyond!

Recommended grades: 3-5
Learn about: Structure of Earth and other planets
Overview: Students will create 3D models of cross-sections of planets and compare and contrast the structures and layers of them. Students will record their observations of the differences of cross-sections of Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.

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STEM: Bridging the Gap

Recommended grades: 6-8
Learn about: Physics, STEM
Overview: In this activity, students will work to design a bridge and test its ability to bear weight when spanning a gap of 20 cm using a 3Doodler and no other materials.

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3D Atoms

Recommended grades: 9-12
Learn about: Rutherford atom model
Overview: In this activity, students will work to create a Rutherford model of an atom in 3D with the 3Doodler pen. Students will study their models and identify the part of an atom. They will share their work and to demonstrate their comprehension of atom structure.

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Are you inspired by Glenn Couture’s use of PBL to enhance learning and comprehension? How do you incorporate PBL in your lesson plans? Our community of parents and teachers want to know. Share your thoughts with us on social media, and be sure to tag us!

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