Polyes Q1 Pen Begins Writing 3D Printing

Polyes Q1, the first photoactive resin-based 3D printing pen, which uses Nobel Prize winning blue light LED technology to cure colored resins and allow for 3D drawing.

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The “next generation” 3D printing pen is meeting the approval of fans all over the world, and rightly so. Compared to current 3D pen technologies, such as the hugely successful 3Doodler, the Polyes has no heated parts, needs to perform no extrusion and only uses skin safe, cool, resin that can be cured by a light that is not dangerous to the eyes. The pen also has a series of safety switches to make sure that it does not present a danger of any kind and is suited for children.

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From High School To High Tech: Bridging The Talent Gap In The Innovation Economy – Forbes

We live in a knowledge-based economy driven by science and technology; an economy that is about disruptive ideas and taking risks; one shaped by the democratization of information and exponential growth of entrepreneurship.

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“The next generation of technology innovation will come from today’s student who should be exposed to an entrepreneurial curriculum, provided with real life experiences and supported in promoting their intellectual property ideas,” the report read.

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