Draw solid objects in the air with a pen
Writing and drawing in the air is now possible with LIX – a 3D printing pen that’s so small and smart that does not require paper.
The pen enables you to doodle in the air. You can make anything out of it within just a few seconds. Some examples include words, accessories, decoration pieces, art and crafts for kids, artistic jewellery, prototypes, and different forms of drawings.
Essentially, the LIX 3D printing pen functions similarly to 3D printers. It quickly melts and cools coloured plastic, letting you create rigid and freestanding structures – just by drawing them in the air.
Something interesting about this lightweight, engineered pen is that structures can be formed in any shape. Experience the pleasure of three dimensions and make your imagination a reality.
This pen fits perfectly in your hand, giving you extreme comfort and balance while you draw with it. LIX is highly portable with its small size. Its smaller size (Height: 6.45inch/164mm - Diameter: 0.55inch/14mm) has made it an ideal 3D printing pen for all those who want to give their creative skills a try.
LIX is made from aluminum, and comprises of trendy colours, such as black matte and grey matte.
The pen has been developed by Anton Suvorov, Ismail Baran and Delphine Eloise Wood, and is expected to sell for around US$140.
The LIX pen allows you to ‘draw’ plastic in the air, and two products made with an LIX 3D.