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What is MakerBot Print?

Learn the basics of our newest, most powerful and intuitive software yet – MakerBot Print. Easy enough for first-time users with a feature-set designed with professionals in mind.  

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From the Makers | MakerBot Innovation Centers

Join MakerBot VP of Professional Services Jordan Brehove as he discusses MakerBot Innovation Centers. A MakerBot Innovation Center is a centralized, scalable 3D printing solution composed of MakerBot Replicator 3D printers, software, supplies, and services.  

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MakerBot Stories | A Year With an Innovation Center

SUNY New Paltz has a new mechanical engineering major and a certificate in design and digital fabrication. Students help area entrepreneurs bring their inventions to market. And New Paltz won a $10 million SUNY 2020 challenge grant. What will a MakerBot Innovation Center do for your institution?  

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MakerBot Stories | University of Maryland

The A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland uses an “ecosystem of making” — with two labs and a startup incubator — to teach the engineering students of today. What can a MakerBot Innovation Center do for your institution?  

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MakerBot for Educators

Check out this quick video on how 3D printing is already playing a major role in many areas of education. Bring science, math, and engineering concepts to life by incorporating 3D printing into your curricula.  

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MakerBot Explorers | Lockheed Martin

You won’t believe what the Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Center created for NASA with their MakerBot® Desktop 3D Printers.   The James Webb Telescope will be NASA’s biggest science mission to date, the largest telescope ever launched, and the first to carry a camera optimized for viewing infrared light, the NIRCam. Lockheed Martin’s Advanced Technology Center (ATC) is tasked with building it. That doesn’t intimidate ATC engineer Alison Nordt, who believes that the James Webb Telescope’s pictures of deep space “will change our understanding of the universe and be much more spectacular than anything we’ve ever seen before.”   To…

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MakerBot Stories | The Browning School

A class of Browning eighth-graders, who designed their own Lego-style pieces, learns how to print them on a MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer. When the eighth-grade boys finish the project, these pieces will be mixed in to the building blocks in lower-school classrooms.   When Stephen M. Clement, III, became headmaster, in 1988, parents didn’t ask much about what their boys would learn about technology, he says. Today, tours of the K-12 school for parents of prospective students make an obligatory stop at the technology lab. “From seeing it as a potential force that might wreck the finances of…

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MakerBot Stories | A Slipcase for Chang-rae Lee

Helen Yentus, the art director of Riverhead Books, talks about designing a 3D printed slipcase for a limited edition of Chang-rae Lee’s novel “On Such a Full Sea.” The slipcase was printed on a MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer.   Yentus shows her early pencil sketches and describes how they evolved into the slipcase, which she designed in collaboration with the MakerBot Studio.  

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MakerBot Stories | Brooklyn Tech

Brooklyn Tech is the largest specialized high school for STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) in the United States. In this video, teacher Tom Curanovic talks about how rapid prototyping is transforming his computer-integrated manufacturing lab, and senior Vishnu Sanigepalli describes what he has learned by using the MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer.  

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MakerBot Stories | SUNY New Paltz Innovation Center

The State University of New York at New Paltz is home to the world’s first MakerBot Innovation Center: a ground-floor room with 30 MakerBot Replicator 3D Printers. “3D printing is training students to think in a different way,” says Dan Freedman, dean of science and engineering at New Paltz. “If students come out of here knowing about 3D printing and different applications of it, it will give them a better chance of starting a career.”  

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MakerBot Stories | Brookhaven Memorial Hospital

Steven Jaworski, a biomedical technician, had to replace so many cables that monitor patients’ vital signs that he ordered cable tethers from a medical supplier for $24.50 per cable, or $73.50 for a set of three. But surgical scissors cut through these tethers easily.   Then Jaworski appealed to the Brookhaven administration that a MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer could help solve his cable problem. He designed a tamper proof cable tether. Between the dense black PLA and thick wire, it costs $7.94. It holds all three cables, and surgical scissors can’t cut through it.  

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MakerBot Stories | A. MacArthur Barr Middle School

Vinny Garrison is the technology teacher and racing commissioner at A. MacArthur Barr Middle School, in Nanuet, NY. Over the course of seven weeks, each eighth grader will shape a footlong wood block into a car and make a set of wheels on a MakerBot Replicator Desktop 3D Printer. Students eager to challenge the all-time record craft wheels weighing as little as eight-tenths of a gram. (Stock wheels can weigh as much as five grams each.) Others create elaborate patterns worthy of a custom rim shop while learning engineering principles.  

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