Why the world's smallest 3D printing pen is a big deal

The idea of having a using a pen like device to create freeform 3D printed designs first caught the public’s eye when the 3Doodler surpassed its original goal on Kickstarter by over 78x. Since then, 3D pens have boomed in popularity. 

Having tried the 3Doodler myself I know it's capable of creating some amazing things however the design of the pen itself is rather chunky as it's constrained by the components inside.

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