MakerBot went transatlantic last week for the London and Paris 3D Printshows . We’re happy to report that we brought home a shiny new trophy and some unforgettable memories. 3D Printshow Global Awards We were proud to land the Global Award for Best Consumer Printer 2013, and to see our CEO Bre Pettis deliver the conference’s keynote address.
Good news for our friends across the pond: the Science Museum Shop in London is now selling the MakerBot ® Replicator ® 2 Desktop 3D Printer and the MakerBot ® Digitizer ™ Desktop 3D Scanner . Located at Exhibition road, South Kensington, London, the Science Museum Shop is one of a select few retail locations in the UK where you can walk in and take home a MakerBot Replicator 2 the same day. Offering MakerBot Desktop 3D Printers at their shop isn’t the only way that Science Museum London is embracing 3D printing.
Thingiverse Superstars to Speak in Seattle 3D printing is fueling a creative revolution in gaming, and MakerBot is helping innovators like Arian Croft (a.k.a.
The MakerBot® Thingiverse® team is overjoyed to announce the launch of our first mobile application. The iOS app has great features we know you’ll love, and we’re so pleased that you can now carry Thingiverse in your pocket or purse all the time. Go to the App Store and download the Thingiverse iOS app today.
Is the 3D modeling space big enough for multiple competitors? Martijn Elserman, Siert Wijnia and Erik de Bruijn sure think so. They’re the founders of a new 3D object sharing site called YouMagine and were the creators of the Ultimaker , a $1,500 3D printer that comes in kit form and is a favorite with the DIY set
Some of the best things on Thingiverse are part of a long line of derivations, designs that are based on other community members’ creations. Thingiverse allows community members to easily cite their sources and give credit to the folks whose designs inspired new ideas and iterations
When you ask a bunch of 3D printing nerds to design a better birdhouse, you can expect some wild and wacky offering—but this thing is perhaps the ultimate avian abode. Read more…
While Thingiverse has long been the go-to place for free printable 3D models, there’s another option as of last month: MyMiniFactory. A branch of iMakr, the site offers a number of interesting 3D models – all specifically designed for 3D printing on typical personal 3D printers.
Maybe it’s because Le Tour de France ‘s 100th edition just started last week, but since last weekend, we’ve seen to nice 3D printing project related to cycling. Since Sculpteo ‘s co-founder, Clément Moreau, is coming to the office every day with his bike, Tour de France or not, we had to talk about it.