With CreoPop you can create amazing 3D designs at home. Check out some of the objects made by CreoPop below:
Unlike other 3D pens there are no hot parts, no melting plastics and no unpleasant smell. Instead, CreoPopTM uses photopolymers that are solidified using UV light to let you focus on creating designs rather than being worried about burning your fingers.
We have an experienced team already in place to bring you CreoPopTM, with over 20 company launches between us. Now you can join us in bringing the ultra-safe, cordless, environmentally-friendly CreoPopTM to the market.
CreoPopTM packs the full power of 3D printing with light-sensitive photopolymers into the small size of a portable pen. In contrast, other 3D pens on the market, melt ABS or PLA plastic to around 250 degrees Celsius (482 Fahrenheit). In other words, when using another 3D Pen you’re holding a tiny little device at nearly the maximum temperature of a home oven. No wonder that Engadget referred to one of the leading 3D pens as “sort of like a hot glue gun that melts plastic”. While such pens might be fine for use in a garage or in a lab, for home use this seems dangerous – and certainly not okay to put in a child’s hand.
By supporting CreoPopTM you will help make the next generation 3D pen a reality. This is beyond tech bluster – unlike the rest of the market, CreoPopTM has no hot parts, no melting plastic and no unpleasant plastic smell. Instead you can focus on the creative applications and possibilities of what a 3D pen can do.
We will continue to make further improvements to CreoPop, both in terms of design and functionality, until the pen is ready to be shipped in Q1, 2015. Having already reached our $40,000 funding goal, we are in a good place to bring you CreoPop on time. Now it is all about the stretch goals. By helping us to achieve the stretch goals, you will get an even better experience with your CreoPop.