Worldwide and online, MakerBots and their operators are everywhere!
The MakerBot community is a lively group of operators, modders, tinkerers, and hackers working on cool projects all around the world! Below, you’ll find just a few of the ways that you can find other MakerBotters, follow along with their projects, reach out for help, and share your own progress and ideas!
MakerBot User Groups
Want to connect with MakerBot operators near you? Check the MakerBot User Group Map.
Thingiverse is a place for you to share your digital designs with the world. We believe that just as computing shifted away from the mainframe into the personal computer that you use today, digital fabrication will share the same path. In fact, it is already happening: laser cutters, cnc machines, 3D printers, and even automated paper cutters are all getting cheaper by the day. These machines are useful for a huge variety of things, but you need to supply them with a digital design in order to get anything useful out of them. We’re hoping that together we can create a community of people who create and share designs freely, so that all can benefit from them.
Stay in Touch
The MakerBot Blog showcases new products, cool projects from the community, and more!
Follow @makerbot on Twitter for up-to-the-minute updates!
The MakerBot Operators group is a lively discussion group filled with discussions of tips and tricks, troubleshooting help, hardware hacks, and more! Join in and introduce yourself and your bot.
Check out the MakerBot Flickr pool for photos of great prints, projects-in-progress, and more! Be sure to add your own!