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.