One of the best parts of visiting the MakerBot Store is the chance to grab unique gifts you won’t find anywhere else. Really. Items for sale were designed by members of the MakerBot Design Team and some of the best superstars on Thingiverse. Choose from functional jewelry and accessories to amazing pieces of art, all made with careful attention to quality and detail. Click below to see what’s currently available in the store.
The hobby of building model cars probably dates back to the beginning of cars, when fake cars and real cars had about the same amount of horsepower. These days, with a MakerBot, you can make yourself any kind of model you want. This one reminds us of roads outside New York City, where cars go lightning fast. Or, at least faster than pedestrians. Grab one today, and start dreaming up the next piece in your collection.
Whether your imagination is soaring over the Grand Canyon or dropping water over a forest fire or darting from yacht to penthouse, this Helicopter can handle the job. Make this the first piece in your MakerBot 3D-printed aircraft collection, or give one to your favorite aspiring pilot. You never know how far a little inspiration can go.
It may have taken decades to build the giant stone circle at Stonehenge in England, but you can put yours together in a few minutes. This 18-piece set requires you to correctly place the stones around the grounds and ponder what the original intent of this sacred space may have been. And now imagine this: with a MakerBot Desktop 3D Printer in your classroom or living room, a Stonehenge project can really come alive. What’s your favorite monument?
Having a MakerBot means being able to create the things that keep us entertained on long train rides, like this labyrinth. Can you get all two marbles from one end of this labyrinth to the other? Of course you can! Now try getting one marbles to one end of the puzzle, while keeping the other one in place. The board was printed as a single piece on The Replicator™, with just the right amount of space to let the marbles roll freely without falling out.
A long time ago, before Pandora or RDIO or even ancient technologies like iTunes, there was the mixtape — a carefully selected group of songs, organized into a playlist and recorded onto a cassette. You had to get these songs from other tapes or even record them from the radio. You had to have a machine that allowed for transferring songs from one tape to another tape. The whole process took planning… and patience. But the payoff was oh so sweet. The MakerBot Design Team, our division of makers and designers, have figured out a way to bring this magic back to life — with a modern twist — and make it 3D-printed, too. Get yours today, add a special mix, and share it with someone you love.
It’s scientifically proven that nothing brings people together like cupcakes, especially when there’s an extra piece of treasure inside. This Giant Cupcake is perfectly suited for holding love notes from your sweetheart or your collection of MakerBot 3D-printed jewelry. For your favorite friend, you couldn’t find a better gift box. Now you can have your cake, and store stuff inside it, too.
Just because the plastic is hard doesn’t mean it can’t be stretchy! Emmett’s Stretchy Bracelet design takes advantage of the properties of the material to fit around just about any wrist. Emmett credits Thingiverse use Landru’s design “Springamathing” as inspiration for this bracelet, and the bracelet itself has inspired other designs, such as Thingiverse user PrettySmallThings’ Spring Pins and Snake Pins. This is the perfect gift for that accessory loving friend of yours. You can bet they don’t have a bracelet made on a MakerBot!
“Getting Started with MakerBot,” by Bre Pettis, Anna Kaziunas France, and Jay Shergill
Our CEO wrote the book on 3D printing. No, really. This new book is an in-depth examination of the MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer and how you can start your journey with some 3D design tips. Get to know the history of our industry and how you can get started making with MakerBot right away.
Emmett Lalish is an Aerospace Controls engineer, and one of the most influential designers on Thingiverse. His Cube Gears design is has received more Likes on Thingiverse than any other upload, and it’s easy to see why. Looking at the shape, we expect the pieces to be fixed and immovable, yet each of them spins all the way around. Grab two opposing corners and spin them in different directions to see the gears in action. This version of Cube Gears is based on an earlier Cube Gears design Emmett created, however there is one important difference. After another Thingiverse user, tbuser, uploaded a set of Pin Connectors, Emmett was able to make his design 100% 3D-printed, without the use of screws or other hardware.
Emmett Lalish is an Aerospace Controls engineer, and one of the most influential designers on Thingiverse. This Heart Gears design is an extension of Emmett’s own previous designs, which were inspired by a piece by Greg Frost called “Broken Heart”. Unlike that design, this version is 100 percent 3D-printed and doesn’t need any additional screws to hold it together. Dozens of people have downloaded and made copies of Hear t Gears, and it has expired at least 16 derivatives with many copies of their own. Emmett’s piece has been described as a meme in the world of 3D printing, and as the root of a growing family tree. The large version of Heart Gears has been scaled up by a factor of 2.2 from Emmett’s original upload.
This handy notebook features a circuit diagram from a Makerbot Replicator on the inner cover.
There are so many times when you need both a pen and a set of calipers. Fixed! Pick up our pen-caliper combo at the MakerBot Store and never be unprepared.
Put some MakerBot on your back. These black-on-black t-shirts are the right way to show you’re on board with the future. Available in S, M, L, XL, XXL, and XXXL.
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Emmett Lalish is an Aerospace Controls engineer, and one of the most influential designers on Thingiverse. This Heart Gears design is an extension of Emmett’s own previous designs, which were inspired by a piece by Greg Frost called “Broken Heart”. Unlike that design, this version is 100 percent 3D-printed and doesn’t need any additional screws to hold it together. Dozens of people have downloaded and made copies of Hear t Gears, and it has expired at least 16 derivatives with many copies of their own. Emmett’s piece has been described as a meme in the world of 3D printing, and as the root of a growing family tree.
Wrist fashion is all about sporting the most exclusive watch you can find. The MakerBot Watch is made all in one pass on The Replicator™, with components that move freely as soon as you peel them off the build plate. Accessories made on a MakerBot. Now that’s exclusive. The MakerBot Watch comes fully assembled, but you can adjust it to fit your own wrist. The links in the band snap together simply, so you can add or remove them as you need. We threw a few extras in the box, just in case.