This video gives you all the essential info for unboxing your new Replicator Mini+. Follow along to learn what’s included in the box, how to unpack and what you need to do in case you want to travel with the Replicator Mini+.
3D printing allows manufacturers to create inexpensive molds for low volume manufacturing. Learn how 3D printed molds can be used to vacuum form parts in a variety of materials.
Silicone molding is a great way to create objects with materials not supported by your 3D printer such as flexible, or rubber-like materials. Learn how to 3D print ridgid molds to cast flexible materials into.
Silicone molding is a great way to recreate many of an object, or create an object in materials not supported by your 3D printer. Learn some of the best practices associate with creating molds around 3D printed parts.
Learn how to configure your MakerBot Labs Experimental Extruder and change between the four included nozzles.
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.
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?
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?
Montclair students learn 3D printing and 3D design from elementary school all the way through high school. This paradigm in STEM learning is possible with amazing teachers, administrators and the help of MakerBot content, community and support.