AMHERST, NEW YORK, May 21, 2019 — Seeking to maximize sales of its 3D printing pens and accessories, 3Doodler has appointed Stampede, the global leader in value-added distribution, to serve as a United States distributor for its award-winning product line that includes the 3Doodler Start, 3Doodler Create+, 3Doodler EDU Learning Packs and the new 3Doodler mobile app, according to Stampede President & CEO Kevin Kelly.
“3D printing pens represent an easy, accessible and affordable entry point into the 3D printing revolution,” Kelly said today, “and 3Doodler was the first company to introduce the world to 3D pens. Since their groundbreaking debut, 3Doodler has become a staple with educators, engineers, designers, hobbyists and just about anyone who wants to have some creative fun and, literally, bring an idea to three-dimensional life by drawing it!”
According to Kelly, Stampede believes the 3Doodler product line will appeal immediately to resellers who serve the K-12 education channel. “The addition of this remarkable product to our education portfolio is going to bring an exciting new tool to educators in school districts across the country. In fact, Stampede plans to showcase the 3Doodler product line in the Education area of our booth at InfoComm 2019.”
“In the six years since its founding, the company has shipped over two million 3D pens, with its products now used in more than 8,000 classrooms by more than 400,000 students,” said 3Doodler CEO Daniel Cowen. “We are excited to partner with Stampede and its world-class reseller network to bring the benefits of 3Doodler printing pens to an even wider segment of the education market and develop new markets for our products.”
3Doodler’s 3D printing pens have received extensive praise for making 3D printing available to all ages and economic backgrounds. This includes being named a Top Pick by New York Times owned Wirecutter and one of Mashable’s 10 Best 3D Printers for Beginners.
Owned by WobbleWorks Inc, 3Doodler is a technology company making creativity tangible through its range of 3D printing pens and accessories. Founded in 2010, the company went on to raise $3.89 million on Kickstarter to support the production of the world’s first 3D Printing Pens. 3Doodler now makes products for all ages and skill levels of creators whether they’re 3D sketching, tracing shapes from templates or creating architectural models or entirely unique 3D structures. Headquartered in New York, 3Doodler 3D pens and accessories are now available online and in brick-and-mortar retail stores in more than 60 countries. To see the full 3Doodler product range, learn more about the company, download hundreds of free projects or see how the 3Doodler can make an impact in education, go to www.the3Doodler.com.