We spoke with Max Bogue is Co-Founder of WobbleWorks, Inc., the parent company of 3Doodler at #CEWEEK NY. For WobbleWorks Co-Founders, Maxwell Bogue and Peter Dilworth, the 3D printing pen was an invention of accidental genius, creativity and quick thinking. Inspiration struck after a traditional 3D printer missed a line near the end of a 14-hour print job, leaving an unplanned gap in a finished piece. That’s when it hit Bogue and Dilworth – Instead of starting over, why not take the head off the printer and fill in the gap manually? A day later, the first 3Doodler 3D printing pen was born. It was a clumsy looking device featuring a collection of gears, a heater unit, and the printhead of his now dismantled 3D printer. The words “3Doodler” were embossed on its side and colored in green and red in felt tip pen. The rest is history. Bogue and Dilworth joined forces with co-founder Daniel Cowen in 2012, and the 3Doodler went on to raise nearly $4 million USD in two successful Kickstarters and has since become the best-selling 3D printing product of all-time.