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Desktop 3D Printer Large Format 3D Printer Compact 3D Printer
The new MakerBot Replicator sets a new standard in affordable desktop 3D printing. With a modular design, large build tray, and high resolution settings, this 3D printer will be your favorite tool in the toolbox. No need to be afraid of big 3D printing projects with the massive build volume of the MakerBot Replicator Z18. This easy-to-use 3D printer will enable you to think bigger Get started with 3D printing with the MakerBot Replicator Mini. This compact easy-to-use system will have you 3D printing your ideas in no time. 
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Desktop 3D Printer Dual-Extrusion 3D Printer Smart Extruders and Filament
The MakerBot Replicator 2 is the 3D printer that started it all. This desktop unit is a workhorse, 3D printing your projects consistently and reliably without constant monitoring.  Print two colours, or two materials, the choice is yours with the MakerBot Replicator 2X dual-extrusion 3D Printer. With the ability to use solvable support material no project is to complex.  Be sure to stay stocked with the latest 3D printing filament and smart extruders available in multiple colours, and soon - wood, metal, and limestone. 
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MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Guide

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Printing
Build Volume (cm)

28.5 L x 15.3 W x 
15.5 H cm

24.6 L x 15.2 W x 
15.5 H cm

10.0 L x 10.0 W x 12.5 H cm

25.2 L x 19.9 W x 
15.0 H cm

30.5 L x 30.5 W x 
45.7 H cm

Build Volume (inch)

11.2 L x 6.0 W x 
6.1 H in

9.7 L x 6.0 W x 
6.1 H in

3.9 L x 3.9 W x 
4.9 H in

9.9 L x 7.8 W x 
5.9 H in

12.0 L x 12.0 W x 
18.0 H in

Minimum Layer Height 100 Micron 100 Micron 200 Micron 100 Micron 100 Micron
Build Platform Acrylic (Glass Opt.) Aluminum Acrylic Glass PC-ABS
Dual Extruders   MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Dual Extruders      
Heated Chamber         MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Heated Chamber
Heated Platform   MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Heated Platform      
Six-Side Enclosure   MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Enclosure MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Enclosure   MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Enclosure

Connectivity
USB MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark USB Connection MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark USB Connection MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark USB Connection MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark USB Connection MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark USB Connection
Wi-Fi     MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Wifi Connection MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Wifi Connection MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Wifi Connection
Ethernet       MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Ethernet Connection MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Ethernet Connection
USB Stick       MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark USB Connection MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark USB Connection
SD Card MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark SD Card Slot MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark SD Card Slot      

Hardware
Smart Extruder     MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Smart Extruder MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Smart Extruder MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Smart Extruder
Camera     MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Camera MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Camera MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Camera
LCD Interface       MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark LCD Interface Panel MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark LCD Interface Panel
Assisted Leveling     No Leveling Req. MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Assisted Leveling MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Assisted Leveling

Filament
PLA Filament MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Material PLA   MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Material PLA MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Material PLA MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Material PLA
ABS Filament   MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Material ABS      
Flexible Filament MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Material Flexible        
Dissolvable Filament   MakerBot 3D Printer Comparison Checkmark Material Dissolvable      
Spool Size 1 kg (2.2 lb) or
Large (2 lb / 0.9 kg)
1 kg (2.2 lb) Small
(0.5 lb / 0.2 kg)
Large (2 lb / 0.9 kg) Large (2 lb / 0.9 kg)
           
           

 
 

MakerBot Replicator 3D Printer Materials


MakerBot Replicator 3D Printer Materials PLA
MakerBot Replicator 3D Printer Materials Translucent PLA
MakerBot Replicator 3D Printer Materials ABS Filament
MakerBot Replicator 3D Printer Materials PLA Flexible Filament
MakerBot Replicator 3D Printer Materials Dissolvable Filament for Rep 2X

Coming Soon!MakerBot Replicator 3D Printer Materials PLA Wood Composite
MakerBot Replicator 3D Printer Materials PLA Iron Metal Composite
MakerBot Replicator 3D Printer Materials PLA Bronze Metal Composite
MakerBot Replicator 3D Printer Materials PLA Limestone Composite


 
 

MakerBot Replicator Key Features

Available on the Fifth Generation of 3D Printers
MakerBot Replicator
Smart Extruder
  • Easily to swap or replace for uninterrupted making
  • Automatically detects filament absence and pauses your print
  • Automatically sends notifications to MakerBot Mobile and MakerBot Desktop apps
  • Designed for future material upgrades 
Smart Extruder for MakerBot Replicator 3D Printers Canada

On-Board Camera
  • Monitor your 3D printing from wherever you are
  • Be social and share your 3D printing to social media and other 3D printing networks
  • Accessible via your computer through MakerBot Desktop and your cell phone through MakerBot mobile apps
  • Store final prints and progress in your cloud storage library
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Unmatched Connectivity Connect via:
  • USB Stick
  • USB Cable
  • Ethernet Cable
  • Wi-Fi
  • ​System is connected to the cloud for extra storage space and accessibility
Connectivity for MakerBot 3D Printer WiFi USB Ethernet

Easy to Operate
  • Easy filament swaps
  • Removable tray
MakerBot Replicator 3D Printer Material Change

3.5-Inch Full Colour
LCD Display
  • LCD Panel Display for a rich user experience
  • Access your object library and see previews of your 3D model files
  • Easy maintenance and set-up with onboard utilities and troubleshooting
Full Colour LCD Panel Display for MakerBot 3D Printer

Mobile Control
  • MakerBot mobile app free to download
  • Remote monitoring from on-board camera
  • Receive notifications and alerts from your MakerBot Replicator 3D Printer
Mobile Control App for MakerBot Replicator 3D Printer
 

 

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MakerBot Product Features and Benefits

 
MakerBot 3D Printers Adaptive Modular Design
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MakerBot 3D Printer Filament PLA Colours Wood Limestone Metal
Adaptive Design
  • Swappable MakerBot Smart Extruder for easy upgrades as 3D printing evolves and new materials are available
  • Alert messages that keep your 3D printing projects on track
  • Smart sensors prevent filament jams and pause your prints if errors do occur
Powerful Apps
  • MakerBot desktop software is a powerful 3D printing management tool that allows you to easily manipulate and optimize your 3D design files
  • Control material consumption and infill for efficient 3D printing
  • Always stay connected with your 3D printer through MakerBot Mobile
Creative and Colourful
  • ​MakerBot PLA filament is consistent and repeatable allowing you to 3D print with confidence
  • 3D print in over 30 different colours and material properties 
  • PLA is a safe, bio-derived material
  • 3D Print in wood, metal. and stone aesthetics with PLA composite materials (available soon)
Wifi Cloud Ethernet 3D Printer
Cheap Affordable Inexpensive 3D Printer
3D Printing Ecosystem
Connected
  • Integrate your MakerBot 3D printer in any technology ecosystem with 4 ways to connect; Wi-Fi, USB stick, USB cable, and Ethernet networking
  • 3D Print from the cloud with cloud storage through MakerBot desktop
  • Control your 3D printer from anywhere with MakerBot mobile
Economic Freedom
  • 3D print without worrying about breaking the bank, MakerBot 3D printers have some of the lowest operating costs in the business
  • Inexpensive consumables remove traditional roadblocks to high-volume 3D printing
Ecosystem of Makers
  • Being a maker means joining a community of thousands of people around the world to share ideas and designs, pushing the limits of 3D printing
  • Thousands of free 3D CAD files available online to get you started 

 

Makerbot Case Studies

Real People, Real Stories

 
  • For Innovators
  • For Inventors
  • For Professionals
  • For Educators
  • For Art and Fashion
 
GE FirstBuild | Prototyping the Next Generation of Smart Home Appliances
FirstBuild is an innovation initiative founded by General Electric Appliances and Local Motors to engage with industrial designers, scientists, engineers, and makers to create the next generation of smart home appliances.

By using MakerBot Replicator 3D Printers the FirstBuild team are quickly able to go from concept to prototype to validate their ideas. By rapid prototyping with 3D printers they have created a new model for inventing and then producing new products. 


General Electric GE 3D Printing Rapid Prototyping FirstBuild
 
 
Lockheed Martin | Exploring the Universe Through Advanced Technologies 
Lockheed Martin and Nasa have teamed up to launch the largest infrared telescope into outer space.  The James Webb Telescope will be a feat of human engineering and is currently being developed at Lockheed Martin's Advanced Technology Center. 

Although it is a massive undertaking, MakerBot 3D printers played a big role. They were able to provide quick concept iterations for the engineering teams to validate. 

 
Lockheed Martin MakerBot Rapid Prototyping Logo
 
 

 
The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research | Pushing the Boundaries of Healthcare 
The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research is the research branch of North Shore-LIJ Helath System and is committed to research, innovation, imagination and discovery in the healthcare field. 

A team of surgeons and scientists were recently able to grow cartilage for damaged or diseased tracheas or windpipes with 3D printed scaffolding on their MakerBot Replicator 2X 3D printer. Through this project they have reliased the limitless potential for desktop 3D printing in medicine. 

 
North Shore LIJ 3D Printing Medical Components Logo


 
 
Ringblingz | Wearable Technology for Tech Savy Teens
Product Designer Bill Phelps is anything but new to the world of rapid prototyping. After exhausting extensive capital on expensive prototyping technologies, Bill bought himself a MakerBot Replicator 2 3D printer. 

Him and his team at Ringblingz were quickly able to worth through hundreds of prototypes and design iterations in their quest to design the perfect wearable companion for teenagers. 

 
Ringblingz MakerBot Rapid Prototyping Video Case Study

 
Orbotix | The Future of Robotic Fun 
Orbotix, now known as Sphero, is an innovative toy development company with a focus on robotics. 

Cofounder Ian Bernstein dreamed of creating connected toys that provided the user with versatile options for enjoyment. The Sphero, their first product, came to life with the help of a MakerBot Replicator 2 3D printer. 

 
Sphero Orbotix MakerBot Rapid Prototyping Video Case Study
 
 

 
ZBoard | Re-inventing Personal Transportation Devices 
The ZBoard was an idea conceived from a team at the University of Southern California. It was designed to encourage more efficient personal transportation for students and yonug professionals in California without sacrificing fun.

The initial concept turned into a 3-year development process and  a new company - Intuitive Motion Inc. MakerBot Replicator 3D Printers played a big role in developing final designs and rapid prototyping. 


 
ZBoard MakerBot Rapid Prototyping Case Study


 
 
Perkins+Will | Transforming the Creative Process in Architecture
Architecture firms have become big users of 3D printing. It is sometimes necessary in visually communicating a future project or design for stakeholders. With 3D printing a simple 3D CAD model can come to life and be used as a presentation tool. 

Perkins+Will is an 80-year old research based architecture firm specializing in a variety of disciplines. They leverage advanced technology like 3D printing as communication tools for potential customers. 

 
 

 
Kisi | Rapid Prototyping Hardware and Software 
Kisi is a startup company located in New York. They focus on producing cloud enabled access control to ensure safety and security within the enterprise. 

By using MakerBot Replicator 3D Printers the engineering team at Kisi is able to rapidly prototype both their hardware and software in-house and facilitate flawless integration. Their ability to 3D print provides creativity freedom in their hardware designs, and a customized solution for their customers.
 
 
 
 

 
Chang-rae Lee | Re-vitalizing Reading with 3D Printing 
"On Such a Full Sea" a novel by Chang-rae Lee has 3D printing integrated into a special edition slipcase cover. The slipcase was printed on a MakerBot Replicator 2 3D Printer with the purpose of representing the futuristic setting of the novel. 

This unique concept adds a tactile element to traditional reading. 



 
 


 
 
Whitby School | Enhancing Education Through 3D Printing
Whitby School used 3D Printing to encourage their grades kindergarten to 12 students to rethink the world they live in and come up with unique ways to solve problems.
 
Leslie Perry, the teacher leading the program, feels that the 3D printers in the Design and Technology classroom creates a new degree of enhanced education.

For more information on how you can bring a successful 3D printing program to your educational facility, please contact us


 
 

 
Pratt Institute School of Architecture | Rapid Prototyping Hardware and Software 
The Pratt Institute of Architecture uses MakerBot Replicator 3D Printers to produce concept and study models. 

The inclusion of 3D printing into the curriculum has enhanced students visual learning of architecture design concepts. By being able to hold their ideas in their hands, students are able to see them more objectively. 


For more information on how you can bring a successful 3D printing program to your educational facility, please contact us
 
 
 

 
Brooklyn Tech | Encouraging STEM based learning objectives with 3D Printing 
Being the largest specialized high school for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) based learning in the United States means being on top of emerging technologies that would enhance learning. 

Brooklyn Tech immediately saw the opportunity for 3D Printers in their rapid prototyping lab. The MakerBot Replicator systems brings low-cost 3D printing to the students.  


For more information on how you can bring a successful 3D printing program to your educational facility, please contact us
 


 
 
Sebastian Errazuriz | "12 Shoes for 12 Lovers"
Traditionally shoe-making is a rigorous process that involves hands on dedication and not a whole lot of creative freedom. 
 
Sebastian Errazuriz attempted to challenge the status quo with his new shoe exhibit "12 Shoes for 12 Lovers". The artist combines the world of design, art, and fashion to create unique experiences. In this exhibit he used a MakerBot Replicator Desktop 3D Printer to represent the male and female dynamic. 

 
 

 
Francis Bitonti Studio | The Freedom of Design in Fashion 
Francis Bitonti leverages advanced manufacturing technologies to create sustainable production in the fashion industry. Many of his projects aim to blur the lines between fashion and technology with a focus on customization for the masses.
  
With his Bristle Dress project, MakerBot Replicator Desktop 3D Printers were used to create it in two materials; Flexible and natural PLA. The dress is an icy representation with the files available for customization through the Thingiverse website. 
 
 
 
 

 
Carrie Mae Rose |"Light As a Feather" with the help of 3D Printing 
Carrie Mae Rose is a computational fashion expert who uses advanced technologies to push fashion and art to their limits.
 
Her "Light As a Feather" exhibit presents a series of illuminated wearable sculptures which integrate technology, to better visualize unseen forces as they relate to the human body. The exhibit came to life with the help of a MakerBot Replicator 3D printer, which allowed for complete design freedom in 3D printing her models. 


 
 


 

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