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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.  

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?  

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?  

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.  

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…

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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