questpact from YouTube has used the 3D AirPen to “doodle” a quadcopter from scratch in about two and a half hours. While maybe not the most aesthetically pleasing quadcopter, it’s amazing how it was created, from what materials, the timeframe and oh, of course the fact that it flies. Very cool questpact, very cool. If you’d like your very own 3D AirPen, then I have some good news, the MSRP is just $130.
Rapid prototype of a quadcopter created with a 3D printing pen.
Build time was approximately 2.5 hours.
The 3D pen used: 3DAirPen
The quadcopter parts came from RC Eye One:
Music: shagabond – Dream Fabric
About the 3DAirPen
The 3D AirPen is part of a new generation of creative tools. The 3D AirPen is handheld and easy to use right out of the box. Using a unique heating and cooling technology, the 3D AirPen dispenses specially designed 3D AirPen plastic “ink” out of the tip. Simply plug the 3D AirPen in, load the 3D Air plastic, and begin drawing or writing anything you can imagine. Use the 3D AirPen to trace onto paper or begin to create free hand in the air. The possibilities are endless.