Now you can bring your ideas to life faster for less with this major breakthrough in MakerBot Print. We’re proud to introduce MakerBot MinFill, a dynamic new Print Mode that is the first of its kind in 3D printing. Short for “Minimum Infill,” MinFill uses an intelligent algorithm to determine the absolute minimum amount of support needed for the inside of any 3D print.
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MakerBot has improved substantially over the past two years .
AI has claimed some sizable scalps in recent years, with IBM’s Watson toppling humans at Jeopardy and Google’s AlphaGo program taking down a professional Go player last year. And researchers are hailing its latest triumph as yet another landmark moment for computer science, with Carnegie Mellon University’s Libratus program cleaning up at a 20-day poker tournament against professional human counterparts
Why MakerBot’s Integrated Approach is Crucial to Advancing 3D Printing Greater Collaboration for Better Solutions On September 20, 2016, we revealed what’s next from MakerBot. With the launch of new 3D printing solutions for professionals and educators, we announced a new approach to product development at MakerBot that’s based on carefully listening to our customers. For everything that the launch revealed, what it didn’t reveal was the intense collaboration behind the scenes that made these solutions possible.
Developing, Prototyping, and Verifying Form and Fit for 20 Different Parts How Businesses Can Go from Design to Prototype to Production-Ready Parts Quickly and Cost-Effectively with MakerBot Thanks to Peloton, you can take a cycling class in your own home on your own time with your own teacher.
Professional-Quality Product Packaging at Less Than Half the Cost Lean Startups Can Save Time and Money on Product Packaging by Post-Processing MakerBot PLA Filament Whether you’re camping, glamping, or just plain roughing it, BioLite wants to transform how we use energy off the grid. This Brooklyn-based startup redesigns traditional outdoor products, like stoves and flashlights, with high-tech, sustainable energy innovations so that each will work without fossil fuels
Today we are proud to announce our new alliance with PTC . This partnership will enable users of PTC’s highly-anticipated Creo ® 4.0 software to 3D print designs directly through i.materialise’s 3D printing service