Printer-Like Pen

Drawings grow into shapes at your fingertips. With CreoPop’s 3D printing pen in hand, you can create multi-dimensional pictures and structures freehand, in real time. Co-Founder Andreas Birnik thought 3D pens had untapped potential. Most of them work by melting plastic “ink,” which can make both the pen and ink dangerously hot. Plus, melting plastic doesn’t give off the greatest smell. CreoPop uses cool ink instead, so it’s even safe for kids to use. The ink is photopolymer (a fancy way of saying it’s light sensitive). The pen’s interior and adjustable UV light cures the ink as you draw without any heat. You can build dimension almost instantly. The cordless design charges via USB. That leaves you free to draw without a cord getting in the way. And CreoPop offers a variety of fun inks that can give your creations extra special effects. If you need help getting started, there are tons of videos online to help spark your imagination. After seeing the incredible things you can create, you’ll be inspired to work on increasingly intricate designs.

CreoPop

3D Cool Ink Pen

Printer-Like Pen

Drawings grow into shapes at your fingertips. With CreoPop’s 3D printing pen in hand, you can create multi-dimensional pictures and structures freehand, in real time. Co-Founder Andreas Birnik thought 3D pens had untapped potential. Most of them work by melting plastic “ink,” which can make both the pen and ink dangerously hot. Plus, melting plastic doesn’t give off the greatest smell. CreoPop uses cool ink instead, so it’s even safe for kids to use. The ink is photopolymer (a fancy way of saying it’s light sensitive). The pen’s interior and adjustable UV light cures the ink as you draw without any heat. You can build dimension almost instantly. The cordless design charges via USB. That leaves you free to draw without a cord getting in the way. And CreoPop offers a variety of fun inks that can give your creations extra special effects. If you need help getting started, there are tons of videos online to help spark your imagination. After seeing the incredible things you can create, you’ll be inspired to work on increasingly intricate designs.
Crowdfunded
Tech & Innovation

Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Eric
    Eric

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce CreoPop to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have!

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    1/20/2016 3:23 PM

    What sets CreoPop apart from other 3D pens on the market?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/20/2016 3:23 PM

    CreoPop uses light-sensitive ink called photopolymers. The ink is extruded from the nozzle of the pen and instantly cured from the light of the three LED diodes around the nozzle. This is unlike other 3D pens that melt filaments of plastic to dangerously high temperatures in order to extrude molten plastic.

    In addition, CreoPop uses nanotechnology to provide an exciting range of inks including glittering inks, glow-in-the-dark inks, temperature-sensitive inks, aromatic inks and more. This is far beyond what is possible with ABS and PLA plastic.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    1/20/2016 3:24 PM

    Was developing a business around it an ‘aha’ moment or more of a gradual process and what was the toughest part about bringing it to life?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/20/2016 3:25 PM

    I’d say a little bit of both as is common when developing technology products. It started with an ‘aha moment’ – the idea of using our 3D printing inks in a pen format but it was a long iterative process to make the product a reality.

    There were many challenges along the journey but I’d say the biggest challenge was to develop a quite complex product with limited financial resources. To develop CreoPop took a complete hardware lab plus a complete chemistry / material sciences lab for the inks. We also needed to set-up our own ink manufacturing facility. This is basically quite complex R&D and manufacturing operations.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    1/20/2016 3:25 PM

    What audiences do you see CreoPop resonating with the most?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/20/2016 3:25 PM

    We are targeting four markets. First, the maker movement where we find a lot of 3D printing enthusiasts. Second, the arts and craft market where CreoPop is an electronic paintbrush. Third, the toy market where CreoPop can be seen as next-generation LEGO or Playdoh – a 3D modeling tool for the 21st century. Fourth, the education market with art classes.

  • Raquel
    Raquel
    1/21/2016 11:07 AM

    @Eric Hi Eric - This is Raquel - a fellow Grommet Maker. I wanted to say BRAVO on this product. I will definitely buy this for my 12-year old daughter. I am going to be a rock star when she gets this - She will love it!! Wishing a you a super successful launch!

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    1/21/2016 11:49 AM

    Thanks so much, Raquel! We love Maker to Maker support!

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    1/20/2016 3:26 PM

    What does it mean to you to be launching on The Grommet and what do you expect the feedback from the community to be like?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/20/2016 3:26 PM

    The Grommet is a great platform for the maker community – a movement we very much see ourselves part of. Given that CreoPop resonated well with the maker community on Indiegogo, during our original crowdfunding campaign, I hope that CreoPop will be well received on The Grommet as well.

  • Maria elena
    Maria elena
    1/21/2016 10:55 AM

    hello! How durable are the designs created?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 11:04 AM

    the CreoPop's photopolymer ink is cured (i.e. hardened) by the LED lights so the designs are fairly durable - you can even solidify your designs even more by using the light-only mode setting on the pen

  • reina
    reina
    1/21/2016 10:56 AM

    Can you talk a bit about the safety of this product? Fumes/ no fumes? Anything toxic?

    What about long exposures to the UV light?

    I'm interested in this for my 11 yo son and want to be sure that it's safe.

    Thanks!

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 11:15 AM

    the CreoPop has a UL Children's Product Certificate for ages 4 and up; the CreoPop's inks are non-toxic; per the CreoPop Instruction Manual: when using the pen with LED lights on take frequent breaks every 20 minutes or more often if you need to rest - the blue light emitted by the CreoPop is beyond the UV spectrum and is not harmful to your health

  • Jessica
    Jessica
    1/21/2016 10:59 AM

    Can the hardened ink be sanded if say you have an extra "bump" on your creation because your hand was shaking? You know, to give it a more smooth and "perfect" final look?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 11:21 AM

    it depends on the creation, but most likely a creation could be very lightly sanded to give it a more smooth look - keep in mind your creation is made with a cured photopolymer ink

  • Lisa
    Lisa
    1/21/2016 11:03 AM

    This is very interesting to me and as a crafter I think it has unlimited potential. My question is though how long does the ink cartridges last or how far does it go essentially?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 11:25 AM

    each CreoPop ink cartridge provides 46 feet of continuous ink - note: the CreoPop 3D Pen Starter Kit includes 3 full size ink cartridges

  • Lisa
    Lisa
    1/21/2016 1:53 PM

    @Eric Thank you for the information.

  • Becky
    Becky
    1/21/2016 11:43 AM

    Hi, Eric -- the 3D Doodler pen has a clogging problem -- it has to be kept really clean to avoid getting stopped up. How about the Cool Touch -- does it have a clogging problem? Thanks, Becky.

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 11:58 AM

    Clogging has not been an issue with the CreoPop. From the CreoPop Instruction Manual: When operating the CreoPop pen, keep it pointing downwards at all times to avoid ink residue from building up around the nozzle. If ink residue accidentally builds up, remove it immediately with tissue paper to avoid it from clogging the nozzle.

  • Biff
    Biff
    1/21/2016 11:45 AM

    What are the archival properties of cured photopolymer ink?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 12:04 PM

    the properties of the CreoPop ink are proprietary

  • Biff
    Biff
    1/21/2016 12:07 PM

    @Eric So does a creation last a week? a year? ten years? Does it degrade in sunlight? Does it melt in warm temperatures or humidity?

  • Christina
    Christina
    1/21/2016 12:23 PM

    @Biff great questions. I'm waiting for the answer before I decide to purchase. Thanks for thinking to ask those important questions.

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 12:30 PM

    CreoPop creations have the same properties as brittle plastic (creations do not break unless dropped) - also, in our experience they do not melt in warm temperatures or humidity

  • Suzanne
    Suzanne
    1/21/2016 12:25 PM

    I am a jewelry artist and wondering about the durability of the end result product. Does it break easily??? Can it be used with beads...i.e. plastic or glass??? I'm fascinated with the concept but just wondering how strong the pieces would be?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 12:40 PM

    the CreoPop's photopolymer ink is cured (i.e. hardened) by the LED lights so the designs are fairly durable - you can even solidify your designs even more by using the light-only mode setting on the pen - CreoPop creations have the same properties as brittle plastic (creations do not break unless dropped) - per the CreoPop Instruction Manual: Glass materials are safe to draw on as are plastic surfaces not containing acrylic materials.

  • Suzanne
    Suzanne
    1/21/2016 5:01 PM

    @Eric Thnks for the feedback..I guess I will have to buy the CreoPop and try it out...I'm totally hooked!!

  • susan
    susan
    1/21/2016 12:40 PM

    Eric - I am interested in your answer to Suzanne, as I am also a jewelry artist and wondering if creations will be durable enough to include in designs

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 12:42 PM

    yes, creations are durable enough to include in jewelry designs

  • Margaret
    Margaret
    1/21/2016 1:14 PM

    If I made a charm for a piece of jewelry and wanted to drill a tiny hole in it to insert a jump ring would I be able to or would the piece shatter?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 1:23 PM

    CreoPop creations have the same properties as brittle plastic so drilling a tiny hole should work, but you would need test to confirm

  • Darlene
    Darlene
    1/21/2016 1:32 PM

    Can you make crafts for outside and leave them out?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 1:44 PM

    CreoPop creations have the same properties as brittle plastic, in our experience they do not melt in warm temperatures or humidity

  • Biff
    Biff
    1/21/2016 1:38 PM

    You website page http://creopop.com/#FAQ has a graphic and text for ELASTIC, BODY PAINT, MAGNETIC, and CONDUCTIVE inks however you do not have them listed for sale. Will they be available for purchase and do you have more information about these inks?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 1:45 PM

    the inks you reference are currently in the development stage

  • Ramona
    Ramona
    1/21/2016 3:30 PM

    @Eric

    Hello,

    I am a fashion designer. This seems like a product that could be used for creating sample models for shoes etc. What are your thoughts?

    Thank you,

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 3:47 PM

    sample models could be created using the CreoPop, however keep in mind with the CreoPop you are drawing freehand therefore the models you create will not be as exact as those you would create using a 3D printer

  • Ginger
    Ginger
    1/21/2016 4:57 PM

    Hi Eric - I purchased the pen and a few extra inks as a Christmas gift for my son at best buy. However, I was interested in getting more colors so I went directly to creopop.com and placed a nice size order on Dec 8th after I sent an email asking if it would make it in time for Christmas - the reply I received was 'it should'. To date I have inquired multiple times and been told it was a busy time for them and they would get to it. After about 8 emails within a week and a half after the first of the year trying to find out when my order would be processed I was finally told the end of January. I have already been charged and my order is still sitting open. There are plenty of other stores that were busy during the holidays and I still got my stuff much more timely. My son loves the pen, great product but if it's this much trouble to get the ink then I'm not so sure I would considering recommending or buying again. It would be nice if you could point me to someone who could help me with my order and I am certainly interested when the inks will be more readily available at retail stores that would be easier to deal with. Thanks.

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 5:37 PM

    it is great that your son loves the CreoPop pen; thanks so much for your feedback - I appreciate you bringing this to my attention and apologize for the delay and inconvenience this has caused. We are working with our customer service team to identify your issue and will have a resolution for you shortly.

    To be clear, at present orders directly from CreoPop.com are extremely delayed - we would direct all customers who are looking to buy ink or pens to purchase from our US based retail partners, like The Grommet.

    Once again we thank you for your comment and please be rest assured I will be working with our team to come up with an amicable solution to this inexcusable delay.

  • Ginger
    Ginger
    1/21/2016 6:13 PM

    @Eric - I appreciate the quick response and will definitely look forward to hearing from you again about my order. I will be happy to provide other information if needed to help you resolve the issue.

  • Lynda
    Lynda
    1/21/2016 5:57 PM

    Are you limited to colors

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 6:18 PM

    at present all ink colors ordered directly from CreoPop.com are extremely delayed

  • Dave
    Dave
    1/21/2016 6:23 PM

    @Eric Is this any different than the new glues that use UV to cure?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 6:26 PM

    I am not sure about the glues you are referring to - CreoPop uses a light-sensitive photopolymer ink

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

CreoPop

3D Cool Ink Pen

Printer-Like Pen

Drawings grow into shapes at your fingertips. With CreoPop’s 3D printing pen in hand, you can create multi-dimensional pictures and structures freehand, in real time.

Co-Founder Andreas Birnik thought 3D pens had untapped potential. Most of them work by melting plastic “ink,” which can make both the pen and ink dangerously hot.
Plus, melting plastic doesn’t give off the greatest smell.

CreoPop uses cool ink instead, so it’s even safe for kids to use. The ink is photopolymer (a fancy way of saying it’s light sensitive). The pen’s interior and adjustable UV light cures the ink as you draw without any heat. You can build dimension almost instantly.

The cordless design charges via USB. That leaves you free to draw without a cord getting in the way. And CreoPop offers a variety of fun inks that can give your creations extra special effects.

If you need help getting started, there are tons of videos online to help spark your imagination. After seeing the incredible things you can create, you’ll be inspired to work on increasingly intricate designs.
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This pen can build the Eiffel Tower.

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Eric
    Eric

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce CreoPop to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have!

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    1/20/2016 3:23 PM

    What sets CreoPop apart from other 3D pens on the market?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/20/2016 3:23 PM

    CreoPop uses light-sensitive ink called photopolymers. The ink is extruded from the nozzle of the pen and instantly cured from the light of the three LED diodes around the nozzle. This is unlike other 3D pens that melt filaments of plastic to dangerously high temperatures in order to extrude molten plastic.

    In addition, CreoPop uses nanotechnology to provide an exciting range of inks including glittering inks, glow-in-the-dark inks, temperature-sensitive inks, aromatic inks and more. This is far beyond what is possible with ABS and PLA plastic.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    1/20/2016 3:24 PM

    Was developing a business around it an ‘aha’ moment or more of a gradual process and what was the toughest part about bringing it to life?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/20/2016 3:25 PM

    I’d say a little bit of both as is common when developing technology products. It started with an ‘aha moment’ – the idea of using our 3D printing inks in a pen format but it was a long iterative process to make the product a reality.

    There were many challenges along the journey but I’d say the biggest challenge was to develop a quite complex product with limited financial resources. To develop CreoPop took a complete hardware lab plus a complete chemistry / material sciences lab for the inks. We also needed to set-up our own ink manufacturing facility. This is basically quite complex R&D and manufacturing operations.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    1/20/2016 3:25 PM

    What audiences do you see CreoPop resonating with the most?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/20/2016 3:25 PM

    We are targeting four markets. First, the maker movement where we find a lot of 3D printing enthusiasts. Second, the arts and craft market where CreoPop is an electronic paintbrush. Third, the toy market where CreoPop can be seen as next-generation LEGO or Playdoh – a 3D modeling tool for the 21st century. Fourth, the education market with art classes.

  • Raquel
    Raquel
    1/21/2016 11:07 AM

    @Eric Hi Eric - This is Raquel - a fellow Grommet Maker. I wanted to say BRAVO on this product. I will definitely buy this for my 12-year old daughter. I am going to be a rock star when she gets this - She will love it!! Wishing a you a super successful launch!

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    1/21/2016 11:49 AM

    Thanks so much, Raquel! We love Maker to Maker support!

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    1/20/2016 3:26 PM

    What does it mean to you to be launching on The Grommet and what do you expect the feedback from the community to be like?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/20/2016 3:26 PM

    The Grommet is a great platform for the maker community – a movement we very much see ourselves part of. Given that CreoPop resonated well with the maker community on Indiegogo, during our original crowdfunding campaign, I hope that CreoPop will be well received on The Grommet as well.

  • Maria elena
    Maria elena
    1/21/2016 10:55 AM

    hello! How durable are the designs created?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 11:04 AM

    the CreoPop's photopolymer ink is cured (i.e. hardened) by the LED lights so the designs are fairly durable - you can even solidify your designs even more by using the light-only mode setting on the pen

  • reina
    reina
    1/21/2016 10:56 AM

    Can you talk a bit about the safety of this product? Fumes/ no fumes? Anything toxic?

    What about long exposures to the UV light?

    I'm interested in this for my 11 yo son and want to be sure that it's safe.

    Thanks!

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 11:15 AM

    the CreoPop has a UL Children's Product Certificate for ages 4 and up; the CreoPop's inks are non-toxic; per the CreoPop Instruction Manual: when using the pen with LED lights on take frequent breaks every 20 minutes or more often if you need to rest - the blue light emitted by the CreoPop is beyond the UV spectrum and is not harmful to your health

  • Jessica
    Jessica
    1/21/2016 10:59 AM

    Can the hardened ink be sanded if say you have an extra "bump" on your creation because your hand was shaking? You know, to give it a more smooth and "perfect" final look?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 11:21 AM

    it depends on the creation, but most likely a creation could be very lightly sanded to give it a more smooth look - keep in mind your creation is made with a cured photopolymer ink

  • Lisa
    Lisa
    1/21/2016 11:03 AM

    This is very interesting to me and as a crafter I think it has unlimited potential. My question is though how long does the ink cartridges last or how far does it go essentially?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 11:25 AM

    each CreoPop ink cartridge provides 46 feet of continuous ink - note: the CreoPop 3D Pen Starter Kit includes 3 full size ink cartridges

  • Lisa
    Lisa
    1/21/2016 1:53 PM

    @Eric Thank you for the information.

  • Becky
    Becky
    1/21/2016 11:43 AM

    Hi, Eric -- the 3D Doodler pen has a clogging problem -- it has to be kept really clean to avoid getting stopped up. How about the Cool Touch -- does it have a clogging problem? Thanks, Becky.

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 11:58 AM

    Clogging has not been an issue with the CreoPop. From the CreoPop Instruction Manual: When operating the CreoPop pen, keep it pointing downwards at all times to avoid ink residue from building up around the nozzle. If ink residue accidentally builds up, remove it immediately with tissue paper to avoid it from clogging the nozzle.

  • Biff
    Biff
    1/21/2016 11:45 AM

    What are the archival properties of cured photopolymer ink?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 12:04 PM

    the properties of the CreoPop ink are proprietary

  • Biff
    Biff
    1/21/2016 12:07 PM

    @Eric So does a creation last a week? a year? ten years? Does it degrade in sunlight? Does it melt in warm temperatures or humidity?

  • Christina
    Christina
    1/21/2016 12:23 PM

    @Biff great questions. I'm waiting for the answer before I decide to purchase. Thanks for thinking to ask those important questions.

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 12:30 PM

    CreoPop creations have the same properties as brittle plastic (creations do not break unless dropped) - also, in our experience they do not melt in warm temperatures or humidity

  • Suzanne
    Suzanne
    1/21/2016 12:25 PM

    I am a jewelry artist and wondering about the durability of the end result product. Does it break easily??? Can it be used with beads...i.e. plastic or glass??? I'm fascinated with the concept but just wondering how strong the pieces would be?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 12:40 PM

    the CreoPop's photopolymer ink is cured (i.e. hardened) by the LED lights so the designs are fairly durable - you can even solidify your designs even more by using the light-only mode setting on the pen - CreoPop creations have the same properties as brittle plastic (creations do not break unless dropped) - per the CreoPop Instruction Manual: Glass materials are safe to draw on as are plastic surfaces not containing acrylic materials.

  • Suzanne
    Suzanne
    1/21/2016 5:01 PM

    @Eric Thnks for the feedback..I guess I will have to buy the CreoPop and try it out...I'm totally hooked!!

  • susan
    susan
    1/21/2016 12:40 PM

    Eric - I am interested in your answer to Suzanne, as I am also a jewelry artist and wondering if creations will be durable enough to include in designs

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 12:42 PM

    yes, creations are durable enough to include in jewelry designs

  • Margaret
    Margaret
    1/21/2016 1:14 PM

    If I made a charm for a piece of jewelry and wanted to drill a tiny hole in it to insert a jump ring would I be able to or would the piece shatter?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 1:23 PM

    CreoPop creations have the same properties as brittle plastic so drilling a tiny hole should work, but you would need test to confirm

  • Darlene
    Darlene
    1/21/2016 1:32 PM

    Can you make crafts for outside and leave them out?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 1:44 PM

    CreoPop creations have the same properties as brittle plastic, in our experience they do not melt in warm temperatures or humidity

  • Biff
    Biff
    1/21/2016 1:38 PM

    You website page http://creopop.com/#FAQ has a graphic and text for ELASTIC, BODY PAINT, MAGNETIC, and CONDUCTIVE inks however you do not have them listed for sale. Will they be available for purchase and do you have more information about these inks?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 1:45 PM

    the inks you reference are currently in the development stage

  • Ramona
    Ramona
    1/21/2016 3:30 PM

    @Eric

    Hello,

    I am a fashion designer. This seems like a product that could be used for creating sample models for shoes etc. What are your thoughts?

    Thank you,

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 3:47 PM

    sample models could be created using the CreoPop, however keep in mind with the CreoPop you are drawing freehand therefore the models you create will not be as exact as those you would create using a 3D printer

  • Ginger
    Ginger
    1/21/2016 4:57 PM

    Hi Eric - I purchased the pen and a few extra inks as a Christmas gift for my son at best buy. However, I was interested in getting more colors so I went directly to creopop.com and placed a nice size order on Dec 8th after I sent an email asking if it would make it in time for Christmas - the reply I received was 'it should'. To date I have inquired multiple times and been told it was a busy time for them and they would get to it. After about 8 emails within a week and a half after the first of the year trying to find out when my order would be processed I was finally told the end of January. I have already been charged and my order is still sitting open. There are plenty of other stores that were busy during the holidays and I still got my stuff much more timely. My son loves the pen, great product but if it's this much trouble to get the ink then I'm not so sure I would considering recommending or buying again. It would be nice if you could point me to someone who could help me with my order and I am certainly interested when the inks will be more readily available at retail stores that would be easier to deal with. Thanks.

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 5:37 PM

    it is great that your son loves the CreoPop pen; thanks so much for your feedback - I appreciate you bringing this to my attention and apologize for the delay and inconvenience this has caused. We are working with our customer service team to identify your issue and will have a resolution for you shortly.

    To be clear, at present orders directly from CreoPop.com are extremely delayed - we would direct all customers who are looking to buy ink or pens to purchase from our US based retail partners, like The Grommet.

    Once again we thank you for your comment and please be rest assured I will be working with our team to come up with an amicable solution to this inexcusable delay.

  • Ginger
    Ginger
    1/21/2016 6:13 PM

    @Eric - I appreciate the quick response and will definitely look forward to hearing from you again about my order. I will be happy to provide other information if needed to help you resolve the issue.

  • Lynda
    Lynda
    1/21/2016 5:57 PM

    Are you limited to colors

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 6:18 PM

    at present all ink colors ordered directly from CreoPop.com are extremely delayed

  • Dave
    Dave
    1/21/2016 6:23 PM

    @Eric Is this any different than the new glues that use UV to cure?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    1/21/2016 6:26 PM

    I am not sure about the glues you are referring to - CreoPop uses a light-sensitive photopolymer ink

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.