RENEGADE – An Eco-friendly 3D printing pen

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3D printing pens have become a craze for the new generation. Many 3D printing pens have come and gone, but “Renegade” is predominantly known as the ‘sustainable 3D printing pen’. This is for the very fact that it is an ‘eco-friendly’ pen. Now, that statement must have muddled you a bit. Let me explain it to you in detail.

3D printing pens already available in the market today use a very high quantity of plastic which makes it expensive as well as harmful to the environment. But Renegade is that 3D printing instrument which is made out of plastic strips from bottles, files, bags and other plastic materials. It was born with an aim to become a perfect solid tool to eliminate overpriced 3D pens and to save the environment. It helps you to have your greatest experience in 3D printing with no compromises.

Renegade uses a powerful screw-feeder mechanism along with a heating system. As the screw rotates, it forces the heated plastic to move forward and finally evicts it out of the nozzle evenly. Then this molten plastic cools down into a solid and stable special structure giving it an amazing 3D effect. The temperature can be adjusted from 50 to 320 degree Celsius. Its powerful motor eliminates 3D printing problems.

There is another tool called ‘Chupacut’ which is a manual plastic bottle shredder which transforms it into plastic strips which can be later used for 3D printing. It can create 3, 6, 9 or 12mm plastic strips with its unique spherical shape. Standard PLA, ABS, nylon, TPE, HIPS, wood and other types of filaments can also be used with the 3D printing pen. It is available in matte black and matte white finishes. The blade used for shredding is safely housed in the smiley face of the instrument. Finally, all these materials and tools can be stored in a stand.

Renegade is an extraordinary example of innovating an already existing technology, aiming to make it more eco-friendly.

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Pramathi J Navarathna