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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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NY Times Gadgetwise Answers Your Questions About The Replicator

Check out the the NY Times’ Gadgetwise blog, or yesterday’s print issue of the Times, for a quick FAQ on The Replicator! Warren Buckleitner wrote the piece, “A 3-D Printer for Under $2,000: What Can It Do?” after visiting the MakerBot booth at CES. He answers such burning questions as “What does a 3-D printer use?” and “How long does it take to make a plastic chess piece?” For more info, watch the video interview above that Buckleitner did with MakerBot’s  John Dimatos.

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Watch Bre on Today’s Engadget Show!

The guys at Engadget got a sneak peek of The Replicator at CES, and liked it so much that they invited Bre to bring The Replicator to the January Engadget Show! Tune in tonight at 6pm EST to see a live interview with Bre and some new awesome objects printed on The Replicator!

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What the Press Are Saying…

“MakerBot’s Thing-O-Matic 3D printer is totally worth it. We already established that. How can the company improve on its homemade toy-printing potential? By making it bigger and more powerful. That and giving it a cool name like “The Replicator.”
-DVice 

“The 10 best gadgets and tech at CES 2012. In the future, you won’t BUY a new toy, you’ll PRINT it.”
-TechRadar 

“3D printing isn’t new, Matthew Griffin of MakerBot Industries was careful to point out when we talked to him at CES. It’s just always been really expensive. What’s unique about MakerBot’s new 3D printer, The Replicator, is that it’s the first 3D printer that retails for under $2,000 and does two-color printing.

At least we think that’s what he said. We were too busy thinking HOLY CRAP THAT THING IS TOTALLY MAKING THAT OTHER THING! Matt needn’t have been so modest. Bringing a tiny little factory within financial reach of every inventor, toy designer, artist, certainly qualifies as “new” in our book. Doing it under a Star Trek-inspired name is gravy.”
-Woot!

“It turns out that while the MakerBot Replicator can print pretty much anything your heart desires, it positively excels at creating Lego-esque zombie nightmare humanoid astronauts.”
-Gizmodo

“If you haven’t yet heard about Makerbot, you haven’t been paying close enough attention to this year’s CES…The Makerbot Replicator is an open-source, 3D printer that can create just about any plastic object you can imagine.”
-CNet 

“At Consumer Electronics Show, it’s hard to miss Sony, LG, Panasonic, etc. But sometimes — actually, make that most time — the thing that makes you stop and say “whoa, that’s just cool” can be found in the smallest booths tucked away in the farthest reaches of the show’s most remote exhibition hall. At this year’s CES, one product that delivered that cool factor for me was the MakerBot Replicator 3D printer.”
-Consumer Search

“The big news this week comes from the Consumer Electronics Show event in Las Vegas. One of the items on display may be a huge boost to your marketing. The best part is, it’s not a tablet or a laptop or even anything that might manage time or the like. We’re talking about the Makerbot Replicator and an item like this might be just what you need to up the stakes of your small business’ marketing needs.”
-Hall00

I love how it’s still open source — even as MakerBot inches toward a more general audience, it hasn’t lost sight of its origins as an open source company”
-Make

“Seemingly torn out of the minds of Star Trek fans, the Replicator boasts some new features when compared to its older sibling, the Thing-O-Matic. First it has the capability to print in two different colors thanks to a new dual-extrusion head that can be had in the more expensive model of the device. In addition to two-color printing, you can experiment with using different printing materials at the same time, expanding the already practically limitless creation possibilities. Another added benefit the Replicator has is the ability to make use of a larger printing area. While it would be nice to print actual bread like pictured above, the loaf has been placed there to illustrate the area available to owners of this new device.”
-Geek.com 

“The folks at MakerBot Industries have not exactly been resting on their laurels since causing a stir at CES last year with the Thing-o-Matic 3D printer. Even though the original small object creation device would still see the jaws of most people dropping in wonder, the company has now unveiled a new model at CES 2012 called the Replicator that is not only capable of fabricating much bigger objects than its predecessor, but can also do so in two colors at the same time.”
-Gizmag 

 

 

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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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