. London-based Lix have unveiled their innovative 3D printing device
. The device is about the same size and weight as a regular ballpoint pen
. It can be plugged into a regular USB port like the one on your laptop
. Then by feeding a strip of plastic into the back it can draw in the air
. The plastic is melted inside the pen and then pushed out the nib
. The device will go on sale in September 2014 for £85 ($139.95)
By Jonathan O’Callaghan
Tired of writing with traditional pen and paper? Then you’ll want to pay attention to Lix’s device.
Their 3D printing pen enables you to write and draw in the air by melting plastic.
This means at the touch of a button you can create freestanding objects in a matter of seconds.
Lix’s product is the first 3D printing device that resembles the size, shape and weight of a regular ballpoint pen. It will go on sale in September 2014 for £85 ($139.95) and will be available in black and grey…