The next time one of your cynical friends scoffs at the idea that anyone is seriously buying 3D printers, you might want to send him the link to this page.
The leader in personal 3D printing is making moves to keep that position, like hosting a Hackathon and releasing a limited edition Replicator 2.
As 3D printing enters the mainstream, so is 3D scanning. Now MakerBot is making it clear that they’ll be a 3D scanning player.
Canada’s Global TV’s “3D Printing: Make anything you want,” presents an extensive look at 3D printing technology and industry, complete with interviews of some movers and shakers.
Thingiverse is hosting a contest to introduce the new Customizer, and you could win a MakerBot 2X Experimental Printer!
Chris Milnes is a singer who created a manufacturing business by seeing a need and then filling it with a product he invented and produces on his Makerbot.
Makerbot has announced an advanced, big brother to the recently announced Replicator 2. This 3D printer had a dual extruder and prints in PLA and ABS.
The last 20 years on the web have taught us that we can work together, in public, faster, better and cheaper. But that world is a world of bits. And we live in a world of atoms. Enter 3D printing.
Here are four just-released introductory video tutorials on Makerbot’s new Replicator 3D printer. Includes unboxing, setting up, using the software and running a maintenance routine.