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Company Overview of MakerBot Industries, LLC
MakerBot Industries, LLC manufactures 3D printing tools for offices, classrooms, and homes. It offers desktop and compact 3D printers, fourth and fifth generation 3D printers, experimental 3D printers, desktop 3D scanners, and extruders for replicator printers, as well as filaments for replicators, desktop 3D printer, and replicator 3D printers. The company also provides 3D printing and design expertise, training staff for private workshops, open enrollment workshops, and other related courses. In addition, it offers desktop, mobile, and print shop applications. The company sells its products through its stores in the United States, as well as other retail locations internationally. It also ...
One MetroTech Center
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Founded in 2009
Key Executives for MakerBot Industries, LLC
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
MakerBot Industries, LLC Key Developments
MakerBot Launches New Experimental Platform, MakerBot Labs
Oct 19 17
MakerBot announced the arrival of MakerBot Labs, an experimental platform for engineers and developers to create, build, customize, and collaborate on MakerBot 3D printing solutions. It was born out of the feedback from MakerBot’s advanced users looking to tap their innovative spirit and expand their 3D printing experience. MakerBot Labs offers the freedom to experiment with advanced 3D printing features and materials. This gives designers and engineers a powerful sandbox to push the limits of 3D printing, while still retaining the option to fall back on extensively tested MakerBot solutions. Tested reliability when user need it, and the freedom to experiment and innovate. The MakerBot Labs Experimental Extruder is a customizable extruder with a modifiable design and four interchangeable nozzles, designed for the advanced user looking to push the limits of what’s possible with MakerBot 3D printers. The easily swappable extruder gives users the freedom to quickly switch from reliable production to sandbox experimentation. Large diameter draft nozzles enable “draft” printing at higher speeds, while a harder stainless steel nozzle enables printing in abrasive materials like metal composites. MakerBot Print now features the ability to import and export different custom print setting configurations, perfect for different materials and varied printing objectives. Users can define and improve on their own modes, or test modes available from the new MakerBot Labs Community. Once you’ve found the perfect setting for user chosen material or print mode, save a custom Print Mode and share it with the community. Browse, collaborate, discuss, and download. The new MakerBot Labs Community on Thingiverse is the single resource hub for user submissions and collaborations like custom Material Print Modes, custom hardware mods, new apps and software APIs, and discussion of advanced techniques and applications.
MakerBot Launches New 3D Printing Solutions for Professionals and Educators
Sep 20 16
MakerBot announced new 3D printing solutions that address the wider needs of professionals and educators. MakerBot's new solutions offer engineers and designers a faster and more effective way to develop ideas and offer educators a better way to integrate 3D printing in the classroom to teach creativity and problem solving. The new MakerBot Print and Mobile applications are designed to allow professionals to easily integrate MakerBot into their workflow and help educators introduce their students to 3D printing. These applications help streamline the print preparation process, save time, and produce higher quality prints. The new MakerBot Replicator+ and Replicator Mini+ have been re-engineered and tested to provide improved performance "that means faster, easier, and more reliable printing with a bigger build volume. With the new MakerBot Slate Gray Tough PLA Filament Bundle, engineers can create more durable, high-impact strength prototypes and fixtures. For educators, MakerBot is also launching Thingiverse Education to discover 3D printing classroom content created by other educators.
MakerBot Announces Smart Extruder+
Jan 4 16
MakerBot announced the MakerBot Smart Extruder+, a new swappable extruder for Fifth Generation MakerBot 3D Printers that is designed and tested for better print performance over a longer period of time. With improved components and an enhanced sensor system, the Smart Extruder+ is designed to provide a streamlined and reliable printing process from start to finish. MakerBot worked closely with its parent company, Stratasys, to put the Smart Extruder+ through extensive product testing and help verify its performance by two independent teams. With improved components and an enhanced sensor system, the Smart Extruder+ is designed to provide a streamlined and reliable printing process from start to finish.
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