3D printing has recently become very popular worldwide. Many industries are now taking advantage of the opportunities offered by this innovation. After a while, the popular technology started to be used not only in industry. Professional printers have been joined by printers that are accessible and understandable for hobbyists. Slowly, 3D printers have found their way into more households. One version of 3D printing is the 3D pen. It is based on the principle of 3D printing. A filament, also known as a printing filament, is inserted into one end of the pen and the device starts to melt the filament and the material exits through the other end of the pen. The 3D pen allows us to draw in space. You can create three-dimensional shapes with it. The device has a minimum age limit, but it is not just for children. If you are just getting to know the world of 3D or the technique of printing, you might want to try the 3D pen. It is extremely easy to use. In our webshop you will find 3D pens and filament for the pen. You can also choose from PLA and ABS filament for the pen. In the package you will find 1-1 roll of 10m in the following colours: pink, white, grey, purple, yellow, light green, red, pale pink, royal blue, black. It is not guaranteed that all the colours listed will be included in the pack, this is for information purposes only. Filament is not only used as a raw material for 3D pens, but also for 3D printers. The printer filament is sold in rolls. Filament is available in several colours and shades. In addition, filaments can be made of different materials. The most popular types of filament are PLA and ABS. Of the two, ABS is the material to choose if you want to create a solid or hard material, so PLA is easier to work with, but not as strong as the aforementioned ABS. Each can be a good choice, depending on their intended use. Melted filament has the ability to solidify quickly.