Introducing the Sleek and Modern 3D Printed Apple Pencil or Pen Holder
In a world where organization and style meet seamlessly, our 3D printed Apple Pencil or Pen Holder takes center stage. Crafted to be the epitome of sleek and modern design, this holder promises to revolutionize your desk space. No more fumbling around for your writing utensils or art supplies – they'll be right at your fingertips, neatly organized and ready for action.
Stability at Its Core: One of the standout features of our holder is its exceptional stability. Engineered with precision, it boasts a low center of gravity to prevent accidental tipping over, ensuring your precious tools remain safe even in a bustling workspace.
Versatility Unleashed: Designed to accommodate a wide range of tools, our holder is compatible with:
- Apple Pencil 1st Generation
- Apple Pencil 2nd Generation
- Art Pencils
- Regular Pens
- Cross Pens
- Paint Brushes
- Makeup Brushes
- Microsoft Surface Pen
Exclusion of Wacom Pens: While our holder embraces versatility, it is important to note that it does not hold Wacom Pens. We've optimized it for normal width pens and the aforementioned compatible tools.
Modern Office Aesthetic: Elevate your home office with a touch of modern elegance. This holder seamlessly integrates into contemporary or industrial office spaces, adding a refined and aesthetic touch to your workspace.
Sustainable Artistry: At the heart of our creation lies a commitment to sustainability. Crafted using 3D printing technology, this holder represents the intersection of art and eco-consciousness. Feel good about choosing a product that values the environment.
In a world of cluttered desks and disorganized workspaces, our 3D printed Apple Pencil or Pen Holder stands as a beacon of order and style. Elevate your workspace, find your tools with ease, and embrace the sustainable artistry that defines this remarkable creation. Make a statement, make it organized, and make it yours.
Polylactic Acid, most commonly known as PLA, is a polymer made from renewable resources. Contrary to other thermoplastics that are petroleum-based, some of the raw materials used for PLA's production include corn starch, tapioca roots, or sugarcane.
As PLA is made from renewable sources, such as starch (e.g. corn, potatoes, etc.), soy protein, cellulose, and lactic acid, it is compostable, but this process is only considered “composted” when 3 criteria are met: The material breaks down into carbon dioxide, water, and biomass. The PLA fully disintegrates.
PLA is compostable but only in an industrial composting plant.