We have two DoodlePads available, one for the Create and the PRO, and one for the Start. To ensure you are using the correct products with your DoodlePad, please check here: www.the3doodler.com/compatibility
The 3Doodler Start DoodlePad is only compatible with 3Doodler Start Eco-Plastics. Please do not use any other filaments with this DoodlePad. You can gently bend the DoodlePad to pop the Doodles off. Doodles might become damaged in the removal process, and may require mending. If you have any difficulties removing your Doodles, please email us at [email protected] and we will be happy to assist you!
The Create Doodlepad IS NOT compatible with Flexy, Wood or Metal.
Note that these filaments will leave residue on your DoodlePad. Masking tape will get most of the pieces off, but using them may still damage your DoodlePad.
You can use the Create DoodlePad with all other PRO filaments.
Please ensure you are not using the 3Doodler Start DoodlePad, which is not compatible with the Create, the PRO, or their accessories. You can reference the compatibility chart here to make sure: www.the3doodler.com/compatibility
The 3Doodler Create is compatible with the Nozzle Set, which is sold separately through our website.
The 3Doodler PRO comes with a 6 piece interchangeable nozzle set of different sizes and shapes.
The 3Doodler Start is not compatible with the nozzle set.
To view our comprehensive compatibility chart, please visit this link here: www.the3doodler.com/compatibility
We have two DoodlePads available, one for the Create and the PRO, and one for the Start. To ensure you are using the correct products with your Pen and your DoodlePad, please check here: www.the3doodler.com/compatibility
COMPATIBLE: ABS, PLA, Nylon, Polycarbonate
NOT COMPATIBLE: FLEXY, Wood, Nylon, Metal, Eco-Plastic
Do not press the nozzle directly onto the DoodlePad, as filament may adhere to the surface. You can bend the DoodlePad to easily pop your Doodles off. Sometimes, Doodles may need to be removed with a putty knife. Doodles might become damaged in the removal process, and they may require mending.
If you have any difficulties removing your Doodles, please contact our customer support at [email protected] and we be happy to assist you!
No, the 3Doodler Start is not compatible with any of the 3Doodler 1.0, 2.0, or Create products or accessories, including Plastic Strands, DoodlePad, Nozzle Set, JetPack, Doodlestand, or Pedal.
The only exception is the Project Book, which we encourage using for 3Doodler Start projects too.
Simply draw into the grooves of the DoodleBlock™ to form a shape, wait 10-15 seconds for the plastic to harden and then bend the DoodleBlock™ to release your Doodled shape. You can then fill in the shape if you want, making it more solid. Once you’ve traced all the pieces, you can then use your 3Doodler Start to join them together to form your finished 3D creation.
No. You must use the new model of the JetPack with the 3Doodler PRO. The new Jetpack uses 5V/2A, whereas the older model of the JetPack uses 5V/1.2A and cannot power the PRO. The 3Doodler PRO requires the new model of the JetPack. The amperage is listed on the underside of the JetPack if there is any confusion.
The new version of the JetPack is compatible with the 2.0 and the Create.
Both the older model of the JetPack and the new model have an MAH reading of 4400.
The DoodleStand is the perfect place to store your 3Doodler Create (or 2.0) between creative sessions. More than just a stand, it is a lovely place to store your filaments for easy access during 3Doodling sessions!
The Nozzle Set is made up of two main items:
1. The Nozzle holder, which also doubles as a nozzle removal tool.
2. Six different nozzles, including a ribbon tip, square tip, triangle tip, a super fine 0.5mm nozzle, and thicker 1mm and 1.5mm nozzles.
Created specifically for more versatile 3Doodling, the pedal connects to the 3Doodler to give you the freedom to Doodle from various angles and for longer periods of time, without holding down the pen’s extrusion buttons.
The long cable coming from the Pedal connects to the control port on the 3Doodler, which is located next to the On/Off switch.
Put your foot down, and Doodle on, and on, and on…