An Extrusion Pen is a 3D printing pen that allows you to create fully 3D objects. They work by drawing and extruding plastic filament that has been heated. The material will then cool rapidly and solidify. The material can then be used to construct objects or to weld existing objects.
The first step in the manufacturing process is to create the pen's main body. This part is then fitted with the ball and reservoir, and other components are added. After these components are assembled, the pen goes through finishing steps that may include coatings, decorations, and final cleaning. After this, the pens are packaged according to their intended use. They may be single-pen blisters with cardboard backing, or they may be packed in groups of pens in boxes or bags. These units are then put on pallets.
After the pen has been manufactured, it must pass quality checks. The manufacturer's Quality Control (QC) group will test each pen batch to ensure that its physical characteristics meet the specifications of the formula. The QC group will run tests such as viscosity and pH measurement, and may also perform appearance evaluations. If a batch is "out of spec," it will be re-tested using additional dye.
To remove a jammed filament strand, you should first remove the cap and turn the pen on to "fast mode." Then, insert the cleaning rod in the tip to push out the filament strand. You can also clip melted ends of the filament strands to avoid causing jams.