The flexibility and strength of your creation is really up to you as the creator.
You can make pieces thicker by going back and forth over the same line, or by moving slowly so that the extrusion line is thicker. This allows you to make stronger doodles that are able to act as supporting structures.
In the converse, you’ll create thinner strands if you move the pen faster. Thinner strands tend to be more flexible, but don’t do well as support structures.
So, in short, experiment with technique, you’ll be surprised at how versatile the 3Doodler is!
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