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Lix was devised by Ismail Baran and Anton Suvorov in Belgium, and Delphine Wood in London. The idea behind the Lix 3D pen, which can draw solid lines through the air with no need for paper. They launched a Kickstarter campaign just recently to get their product off of the ground and have already gathered more than 3 times their initial funding goal. Lix 3D pen enables you to doodle in the air. This professional tool offers you the comfort and pushes your creativity to another level. Watch how this lix 3D pen works. Just follow the link given below.
These are some of the amazing art create by the lix pen. Cool isn't it? As high-tech as the Lix pen seems, the technology behind it is relatively simple. After plugging it into a power source and waiting for it to heat up, the artist or inventor inserts a thin plastic filament through the back that melts as it progresses through the pen – much like a hot glue gun.
This melted plastic is cooled the moment it exits the pen, meaning that it can create lines of plastic rising up from their initial flat surface. With a bit of practice, the pen's creators have been able to create mind-bending works of art illustrating the pen's versatility and capability in different fields.
The components of the pen include a micro planetary motor. The Lix pen charges from a USB 3.0 port. Like 3Doodler, Lix can take ABS (petroleum-based plastic) or PLA (plant-based) filaments, and outputs solid lines as you move the pen through the air.
It is lightweight and portable so you could put it in your bag and travel with it! Have fun and doodle anywhere anytime you want!
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