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MakerBot Takes Home Three Awards from CES!

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Check ‘em out! We are extremely proud to have returned from this year’s CES with three awards!

CNET Best of CES 2012 – Best Emerging Tech

From CNET: “The MakerBot Replicator one-ups the Cube 3D with “dualstrusion” technology, meaning it can print objects in multiple colors and materials. Pre-orders available now for $1,999, shipping in 6 weeks.”

Popular Mechanics Editor’s Choice Award

Popular Science Product of the Future

Convinced you need The Replicator? Order yours today!

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MakerBot Receives Popular Mechanics Achievement Award!

MakerBot Industries is excited to have been presented with Popular Mechanics’ Achievement Award yesterday at CES! Awards were given to companies with innovative products, and MakerBot shares the honor with the likes of Sony, Samsung, Roku and more!

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The MakerBot Replicator Takes Home Three Awards from CES!

MakerbotAwards2012-102.jpg

Check ‘em out! We are extremely proud to have returned from this year’s CES with three awards!

CNET Best of CES 2012 – Best Emerging Tech

From CNET: “The MakerBot Replicator one-ups the Cube 3D with “dualstrusion” technology, meaning it can print objects in multiple colors and materials. Pre-orders available now for $1,999, shipping in 6 weeks.”

Popular Mechanics Editor’s Choice Award

Popular Science Product of the Future

 

 

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MakerBot Featured in Popular Mechanics Gift Guide

Popular Mechanics has chosen the MakerBot Thing-O-Matic as one of the top gifts for this holiday season! Pick up a copy of the December issue (on newstands now) to see MakerBot in print, or check it online here.

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Popular Mechanics Features MakerBot Thing-O-Matic in 10 Coolest DIY Projects From Maker Faire 2011

Popular Mechanics: "Top 10 Coolest DIY Projects from MakerFaire"

The MakerBot crew was in attendance at MakerFaire 2011 – Bay Area this past weekend — where the MakerBot Thing-O-Matic made quite a splash. Check out a little of what Popular Mechanics has to say about our latest DIY 3D printer kit:

MakerBot Thing-O-MaticMakerBot Industries is a pure example of the maker ethos: Not only has the company created an interesting machine, but its machine’s sole purpose is to create things. Provided with the right instructions, it can print just about any 3D shape into plastic.

It can be hard to explain why exactly someone might want a 3D printer, so the crew put together a demo: a facial scanning system housed inside a 7-foot-tall dome built by maker Michael Felix, the joints of which were created with a 3D printer. Inside, fellow maker Kyle MacDonald uses the infrared camera bar from a Microsoft Kinect, along with software he wrote himself, to capture 3D models of attendees’ faces, which are then printed into plastic statues. The whole process, from flesh to plastic, takes only 45 minutes.

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12 months special financing on new
MakerBot 3D printer hardware purchases
with Dell Preferred Account on Dell.com.


Limited-time offer for qualified customers.
Offer Details

12 months special financing on new MakerBot 3D printer hardware purchases is a no interest if paid in full by November, 2015 financing promotion. Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the purchase balance is not paid in full by your payment due date in November, 2015 or if you make a late payment. Minimum monthly payments are required during the promotional period. If not paid by end of promotional period, account balance and new purchases will be subject to the Standard APR rates, which range from 19.99% - 29.99% variable APR, as of 8/30/2014, depending on creditworthiness. Offers subject to credit approval and may be changed without notice.

Dell Preferred Account offered to U.S. residents by WebBank, who determines qualifications for and terms of credit. Promotion eligibility varies and is determined by WebBank. Taxes, shipping, and other charges are extra and vary. Payments equal 3% of your balance or $20, whichever is greater. Minimum Interest Charge is $2.00.

All products in your cart at the time of purchase will qualify for the special financing promotion if purchased with Dell Preferred Account between 11-26-2014 through 12/30/2014.

New MakerBot 3D printer hardware purchases are eligible! Refurbished and/or used purchases do not qualify for promotions. Eligible e-value/order codes: A7516721, A7629818, A7598495, A7617635.

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