3DoodlerTM, the creators of the original 3D printing pen, today unveil their new range for 2017, including themed kits for budding roboticists, engineers and designers, as well as exciting licenses with Cartoon Network, CBS Consumer Products and the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

The 3Doodler Start, an award-winning product that allows kids to bring ideas to life in 3D, has expanded its range with the release of new themed kits, focused on Robotics, Architecture and Product Design. Using the only kid-safe 3D printing pen and biodegradable Eco-Plastic, the new themed kits will inspire young creators to engineer buildings, design functional products, and build their very own robots.

The star of the line-up is the 3Doodler Start Robotics Pen Set, which enables kids to engineer their very own moving robots in 3D. Following the step-by-step Activity Guide, and working with the motor and DoodleBlocksTM provided, any child can draw simple or complex robots into life. The 3Doodler Start Architecture Pen Set, packed with illuminating wire, and the new DoodleSheetsTM, is perfect for creating structures as diverse as the Coliseum or a Skyscraper with working lights. Also new to the line-up, the 3Doodler Start Product Design Pen Set, which includes a watch face, can be used to create customised clocks, wrist watches, smartphone cases, mini boomboxes, and much more.

“At 3Doodler, we believe it is imperative to inspire today’s young minds to create and innovate,” said Maxwell Bogue, Co-Founder & CEO, WobbleWorks. “With the new themed sets our 3D printing pen offers youngsters the ability to try out new concepts and nurture potential professional skills.”

3Doodler is also announcing exciting licensing agreements with Cartoon Network, CBS Consumer Products, and the National Trust for Historic Preservation to bring even more creative scope to their lines.

The 3Doodler Create, the company’s hero product, will be expanding to all new frontiers with a 3Doodler Create Star Trek Pen Set. Under license by CBS Consumer Products, adults can build new worlds in 3D, and create life forms and civilizations from the iconic sci-fi franchise. Launching exclusively with ThinkGeek, the special edition set includes a Star Trek engraved pen, activity guide and materials for drawing your very own Starship Enterprise, Spock ears, Klingon foreheads, Phasers, and more – perfect to boldly go where no one has gone before.

“The 3Doodler Create Star Trek Pen Set will allow users to venture into their very own space-filled adventures,” said, Daniel Cowen, Co-President of WobbleWorks. “We are thrilled that Star Trek fans will now be able to draw some of their favorite gear from the show using such a cutting edge product – a bit like having a handheld replicator of their own. We’re sure Scotty will love it!”

3Doodler will also be releasing an innovative 3Doodler Start The Powerpuff Girls Pen Set & Activity Kit with Cartoon Network, styled around the successful PowerPuff Yourself online concept. Coupled with a special edition 3Doodler Start pen, new DoodleMoldTM and themed DoodleBlocks, kids will be able to create their very own Powerpuff characters in no time at all.

“At Cartoon Network we strive to use our content and IP in a way that will inspire the next generation of creators” said, Peter Yoder, Vice President, Cartoon Network Enterprises. “We see the 3Doodler, The Powerpuff Girls Pen Set & Activity Kit as another great opportunity for our young fans to express themselves using tools at the intersection of creativity and technology.”

For the launch of the 3Doodler Create Project Kit series, 3Doodler has partnered with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, so fans of iconic architecture can draw their own scale model of the Farnsworth House with 3Doodler Create Farnsworth House Project Kit.

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