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  1. (Your browser doesn't support iframe) 3D printing is a number of things, depending on who you talk to: It's the future! It's dumb! It's a dangerous ... FULL ARTICLE AT Gizmodo

  2. Can You Tell Me How To Print, How To 3D Print Sesame Street?

    In order to show the average consumer that 3D printers aren't just for prototyping parts or building a plastic housing for an Arduino project, the MakerBot Digital Store has ... FULL ARTICLE AT Gizmodo

  1. Brooklyn venue Death By Audio is closing in November

    Death By Audio, the longstanding (at least in all-ages, DIY years) Brooklyn venue/workspace/studio that has hosted the likes of Dan Deacon, Thurston Moore, Tony Conrad, and Magik Markers ... FULL ARTICLE AT Tiny Mix Tapes

  2. Massive BigRep Pro 3D Printer Offers 53 Cubic Foot Build Volume For $79,000

    3D Printers, makers and businesses that are looking for a machine that is capable of printing projects roughly 30 times that of a MakerBot Replicator, might be interested in a ... FULL ARTICLE AT Geeky-Gadgets

  3. Join Us For A Screening Of Print The Legend, A Movie About Makerbot And Formlabs, On Sunday

    If you like 3D printing and you’re free on Sunday night, I’d like to take you to a movie. Print The Legend is an amazing (and dramatic) tale ... FULL ARTICLE AT TechCrunch Europe

  1. Join Us For A Screening Of Print The Legend, A Movie About Makerbot And Formlabs, On Sunday

    If you like 3D printing and you’re free on Sunday night, I’d like to take you to a movie. Print The Legend is an amazing (and dramatic) tale ... FULL ARTICLE AT TechCrunch

  2. (AP) — When students propose, design and create projects at Florida Polytechnic University, they will have a state-of-the-art, 3-D printing lab available to help them along. Tom Hull, vice president and ... FULL ARTICLE AT San Antonio Express-News

  3. 3D printing pioneer Bre Pettis leaving MakerBot, staying in Brooklyn

    Brooklyn tech scene mainstay Bre Pettis will step down as CEO of MakerBot Industries this fall and take a new position within Stratasys, the industrial printer that acquired the startup ... FULL ARTICLE AT Dayton Business Journal

  4. Bre Pettis, the co-founder of Eden Prairie- and Israel-based Stratasys Ltd.’s consumer 3-D printing subsidiary, MakerBot, will head parent company Stratasys’ innovation arm. FULL ARTICLE AT Minneapolis Star Tribune

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MakerBot Industries is a Brooklyn, New York-based company founded in January 2009 by Bre Pettis, Adam Mayer, and Zach "Hoeken" Smith producing 3D printers. MakerBot builds on the early progress of the RepRap Project with the goal of bringing desktop 3D printing into the home at an affordable price. Smith had previously been one of the founding members of the RepRap Research Foundation, a... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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