It's official. The newest reseller for MakerBot is Microsoft. The two companies have signed an agreement that will allow Microsoft to sell MakerBot's Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer in stores and online.
As if that weren't enough news, Microsoft has announced that Windows 8.1 will feature native support for 3D printers.
Our goal is to make the experience of 3D printing as easy as creating and printing a document using Microsoft Word," said Shanen Boettcher, General Manager, Startup Business Group, Microsoft.
Makerbot was quick to confirm that the newest version of Windows will work with their Replicator 2 printers.
They put out a press release detailing the reselling agreement and acknowledging the new capability of Windows 8.1.
Livemint Leading 3-D Printer Firms Stratasys and MakerBot to Merge TIME MakerBot, whose machines are priced around $2,000 to $3,000 and are aimed at the “prosumer” market, sells direct to buyers over its website.
Rapid prototyping conference breaks past attendance records R & D Magazine More than 2,500 attendees turned out for the 2013 RAPID Conference and Exposition, almost doubling last year's attendance and reflecting widespread excitement about 3D...
After months of intensive research and development, MakerBot Industries is proud to announce a newly realized capacity of the MakerBot Thing-O-Matic 3D Printer- the ability to print listenable vinyl records from the desktop. Check it out!...
From bones to guns, 3D printing’s route to mainstream consciousness (and media notoriety) has largely consisted of fantastic objects made using the technology. Not many, however, have reported of a prosaic, medical object made using this technology.
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