In addition to the typical plastics, this version of the pen uses filament made from copper, bronze, wood and nylon. The pen also boasts some functional improvements in variable speeds, temperatures and even the fan, given users greater control over their creations.
A better 3D pen comes with a bigger price tag. Look for it retailing at $249. At this price, 3Doodler can justifiably say it’s meant for professionals (architects, artists and engineers).
Read more of what 3ders.org has to say about it HERE.