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Features of 3D Pens

1. Compatible surfaces

The functionality of these pens is simple. Instead of ink, they use plastic in order to “write”. Moreover, a good pen can be used on almost all types of surfaces. So, make sure you don’t buy one that works on a certain surface.

What sets a good pen apart from others is how it responses and how convenient it is to use.

2. Required temperatures

The performance of the pen will change based on the temperature of the environment where you are in. So, it’s a good idea to read the description and reviews of the performance of the pen in different temperatures. Understanding your work environment is also an important thing to do. In a hot environment, the pen won’t be able to give its best.

3. Timing of the plastic

Since these pens use the heat technology to work, make sure the substance inside the pen comes out without any interruption. Actually, the plastic can become sticky in immense heat and some colors may look slightly different. Also, it’s a good idea to read reviews on the pens on different websites prior to buying it.

4. Cooling Time

This technology makes use of the heat and the pen works only when heat is applied. Once the plastic inside the pen heats up, you can use the pen to draw or doodle. The pen should also cool down once the plastic in the shell heats up. The pen won’t be useable if the cooling time is too high. There should be enough gap between the heating up and cooling down of the 3D pen.