iMakr introduces world's first 3D Printing Pen to the consumer market

3D printing firm is supporting its consumer range with individual training sessions at its London store.
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The team behind the first 3D printers to enter High Street retail, iMakr has revealed its latest step forward in the consumer market, introducing the world's first 3D Printing Pen.

The Pen allows users to draw physical objects on paper without the need for CAD or other design software.

The latest innovation will be available from iMakr from August 16th and will be priced at around £79.

In addition, the 3D printing firm is offering individual 3D printing training sessions at its iMakr store.

The sessions, running from 60 to 90 minutes each will be held every day at its store on Clerkenwell Road, London.

Priced at £29 per session, individuals can learn to make a variety of objects from toys to models.

The training sessions run ahead of September's 100% Design Show, where iMakr will showcase its Factory at Home concept with a plethora of 3D printing possibilities, including toys, figurines and accessories.


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