A new 3D printing pen has arrived that, unlike those before it, is able to print using cool ink, meaning no smell and more accurate modeling.

CreoPop uses photopolymers that are solidified using UV light. The light also acts as a spotlight to give a more clear view of the ink as it comes out of the pen.

The project is currently on Indiegogo which should help to fund new kinds of ink including glow-in-the-dark colours, elastic, magnetic, aromatic, conductive, glittering and body paint. We like the sounds of conductive which could, potentially, allow users to draw circuit boards and connections.

Stretch goals include different shaped nozzels, the new inks mentioned, and even requests from the CreoPop community.

The CreoPop can be bought for $79 with five ink cartridges. The $40,000 goal has already been broken and is now at $46,611 at the time of writing.

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