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IDO3D Cool Create Machines That Go Starter Set – Cut Price

IDO3D Cool Create Machines That Go Starter Set
Draw in 3D with IDO3D! IDO3D is inspired by 3D print technology and allows kids to create their own multi-colour 3D creations! Ink your 2D design using the templates included or use your imagination! Dry with the UV light and connect with IDO3D ink to make 3D masterpieces! Build your own vehicles using the 3D guide included – you’re now ready to create your own adventures! A little practice and go freestyle, drawing in 3D – the creative opportunities are endless! This Starter Set makes up to 5 unique 3D projects! Includes: 1 x 3D pen (red), 1 UV light, 3D templates and accessories. Batteries required. For ages 6 years and above.

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  • Draw in 3D and create amazing multi-colour 3D masterpieces!
  • Draw, set and connect using the UV light included! You can even draw in the air.
  • Design like a pro with the 3D templates and accessories included, or let your imagination run free. You can bring any idea to life!
  • A little practice and go freestyle, the creative opportunities are endless!
  • Choose from different pen colours and themes available!
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3 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    4 Out of 5 Star Rating

    IDO3D Cool Create Machines That Go Starter Set (CM© toy)

    Ok ok, HUGE amounts of patience, a cocktail stick, rubber gloves, care and uv torch on as you draw…

    All complaints from previous users are pretty much nullified… I don’t think it’s really something for a child…

    If you imagine dealing with some kind of candy (god sake don’t eat it), it’s very sticky until it’s formed.

    Real 3D pens have heat elements that melt the filigree, obv i imagine change of temperature would start to cool/set immediately (this is a guess)

    From these pens, theyre already liquid, which means room temperature won’t solidify… So while drawing, i recommend having the uv light pointing at the pen flow. If you don’t use the uv light almost immediately, then yes, its runny.

    It will only dry exactly where the uv light has been shining, and it’s movable (really carefully!) after about 10-20 mins by slightly bending the plastic sheet and carefully running the cocktail stick underneath… Obv any that seem a bit “jelly”, use the uv light under it.

    Just remind yourself, the ONLY way to dry it, is the uv torch, so don’t get too frustrated if its still a bit runny, it means its not had any/enough uv yet…

  2. Anonymous says:

    1 Out of 5 Star Rating

    IDO3D Cool Create Machines That Go Starter Set (CM© toy)

    I didn’t realise exactly what this was. I hadn’t understood that a ‘pen’ was included – it was so cheap. I bought it for the design as I had purchased a ‘proper’ 3D pen but wanted the recipient to have something to get started with. The ‘pen’ in this box is a one time use, it is filled with a sticky substance which you draw over the paper design and then you heat it with a lamp (supplied) to dry it out. When dried you can peel the ‘plastic’ from the paper and stick it together (using the pen and lamp) to form a 3D shape. We did give it a go, but I ended up throwing it away, as we didn’t always manage to get it dry and I ended up with bits of ‘red sticky goo’ all over the place. It wasn’t something you could mould so if you put a wobbly line down on the paper you couldn’t do anything about it – the design was a racing car and wobbly lines didn’t seem quite right!

    The design is not suitable with a 3D pen as it melts the plastic that covers the design. Fortunately I have a bright 10 year old daughter who designed and built her own 3D ferris wheel without any aids!

  3. Anonymous says:

    2 Out of 5 Star Rating

    IDO3D Cool Create Machines That Go Starter Set (CM© toy)

    I bought 3 of these for various children for Christmas and had high hopes! Unfortunately the kits are quite messy to work with and even after using more than one torch to ‘harden’ it didn’t really seem to work. You get to a floppy jelly stage and then they don’t seem to be able to stand up to be able to assemble the pieces. I found that after much initial excitement all the kids got bored and frustrated and abandoned them to do something else! Also once on your fingers you have to scrub hard to get rid of the stickiness. This was definitely a disappointing purchase!

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