Home Depot | DIY Meets MIY (Make It Yourself)

H_Deep_Launch_Blog3

The Home Depot, the second largest retailer in the US, has long been known as the go-to spot for people looking to repair and replace the things that keep the gears turning in our homes and businesses. Now, we’re teaming up with the Home Depot to offer MakerBot Replicator 3D Printers and an exclusive in-store experience to a select number of Home Depot stores across the nation.

See below for a list of Home Depot locations where MakerBot products will be sold:

East Palo Alto, CA
Emeryville, CA
Huntington Beach, CA
San Carlos, CA
West Hills, CA
Wilshire/Union, CA
Manhattan 59th St, NY
Manhattan West 23rd St, NY
Lincoln Park, IL
Naperville, IL
North Avenue, IL
South Loop, IL

Updated locations:

Tigard, OR
N.E. Portland, OR
Bitterlake, WA
Lander, WA
Issaquah, WA
Arvada, CO
Santa Fe, CO
Thornton, CO
Pin Oak, TX
Lumpkin, TX
Spring Valley, TX
N Austin, TX
Forest LN, TX
Lemmon Ave, TX
Cumberland, GA
Buckhead, GA
Midtown, GA
West Dade, FL
N Hollywood/Stirling, FL
Merrifield, VA
Alexandria, VA
College Park, MA
S Philadelphia, PA
King of Prussia, PA
Plymouth, MN
Eden Prairie, MN

Bre Pettis, our Founder and a lifelong DIY enthusiast and MIY advocate, is particularly thrilled about our new pilot program with the Home Depot. “Imagine a world where you can 3D print replacement parts and use 3D printing as an integral part of design and building work,” he said in a recent statement.

H_Deep_Launch_Image

MakerBot products will be showcased inside Home Depot stores in specially designed kiosks where customers can see live 3D printing demonstrations, check out sample prints showcasing practical applications for 3D printing, and take home 3D printed souvenirs.

Come visit MakerBot at 12 Home Depot locations in New York, California and Illinois, or purchase MakerBot products on homedepot.com/makerbot.