Whether you've got your heart set on giant 3D printed monsters or you just want to print up a run of action figures, the 3D printing powerhouse has you covered.
Forget new gaming consoles, what you really want to ask Santa for is this awesome MakerBot 3D scanner.
You'll soon be able to duplicate any small object with MakerBot's 3D scanner.
Ouya and Makerbot have partnered up to make your gaming console one of a kind
With a 3D printer and the Digitizer 3D scanner, you'll basically have your very own cloning machine.
A couple of month's ago, Makerbot opened the first retail 3D printing store in the U.S., located in the hip confines of New York's lower Manhattan area. Now the company has taken another step towards popularizing 3D printing by unveiling a 3D photo booth.
The new Replicator 2 looks good on a shelf, but also boasts two notable upgrades: it's insanely accurate with a 100-micron resolution, and can build objects 37 percent larger than its predecessor without adding roughly any bulk to its size.
Before iPods and smartphones, Sony's Walkman and cassette tape reigned supreme. If you knew how to record a good mixtape, you could win over any crush. But times have changed and digital is where music is at. MakerBot wants to relive the good old '80s and '90s with its latest product: the Mixtape.
How would you like to fill you home with priceless sculptures from the Metropolitan Museum's collection? While they're not exactly giving their stuff away, they are making it pretty easy to create your own scaled down replicas at home using a 3D printer.
As technology evolves, so do our households. We now have all kinds of standard tools to make our lives better and easier, like vacuum cleaners and dishwashers and washing machines and dryers. And pretty soon, 3D printers are going to be part of the household kit, making all kinds of things you didn't know you needed until you printed them out.