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MakerBot expands into Europe with German reseller acquisition

08/01, 3:58pm

MakerBot Europe formed to manage Central, Eastern European 3D printer sales

MakerBot is making an expansion into Europe, by acquiring its largest reselling partner. A seller of MakerBot products in Germany for a number of years, Hafner's Büro has been rebranded as MakerBot Europe and will manage resellers of its 3D printer range across Central and Eastern Europe, with a view to covering more markets within the continent in the future.

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Home Depot starts stocking MakerBot Replicator 3D printer range

07/14, 3:03pm

Pilot scheme makes 3D printers available in 12 Home Depot stores

Home Depot is expanding its products range to include 3D printers in some of its retail outlets. A total of 12 stores located in California, Illinois, and New York will start stocking MakerBot devices from today as a pilot program, with the products available including not only MakerBot's Replicator line, but also the Digitizer 3D scanner, accessories, and plastic filament for use with the devices.

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MakerBot opens pre-orders for Replicator Z18 3D printer

03/12, 8:24pm

Plastic models up to 18 inches in height can be printed on Replicator Z18

MakerBot has opened up pre-orders for its latest 3D printer, made for those wanting to make larger 3D-printed prototypes or products than previous versions are capable of producing. The Replicator Z18 is the biggest in the MakerBot range, capable of printing objects up to 18 inches tall on a 12 by 12-inch build platform, giving it a printable capacity of 2,592 cubic inches.

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Dell teams with MakerBot to offer Replicator series of 3D printers

01/27, 8:01pm

Deal gives MakerBot access to the Dell distribution and logistics channel

Dell today announced it will offer MakerBot Replicator 3D printers, scanners, and raw materials to create an end-to-end 3D design solution for small and medium-sized businesses, enabling fast and affordable prototyping. Six MakerBot models will be available for purchase or pre-order at launch on February 20.

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MakerBot launches pre-orders for MakerBot Digitizer; shipping October

08/22, 3:50pm

Desktop 3D scanner renders models of objects up to eight-inches tall

Desktop 3D printing purveyor MakerBot today announced the availability of the previously-announced MakerBot Digitizer on its website. The device -- capable of scanning an up to eight-inch tall object -- has commenced the pre-order process, with shipping expected mid-October.

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MakerBot snapped up by Stratasys; companies to stay independent

06/19, 6:35pm

$604 million dollar merger deal expected to close in fall

Fabrication powerhouse Stratasys and startup 3D printer manufacturer MakerBot have merged. Under the terms of the deal, the pair of companies are merging in a stock-for-stock transaction worth $604 million, with two-thirds payable immediately as stock, with the remaining third depending on MakerBot performance following the merger. The deal is expected to close in the fall.

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Briefly: Amazon X-Ray for TV shows, 3D-printable Ouya casing

03/27, 2:55pm

Amazon adds X-Ray functionality to popular TV shows

Amazon has updated the X-Ray feature of its Instant Video service to now include television shows. The update will allow users to view IMDB information for individual episodes of programs, including the names of actors, what other shows they have appeared in, and other similar content. Expanding what the company has done to movies in the last six months since the feature's launch, X-Ray is available to use for a number of popular TV shows on the Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HD, and the Amazon Instant Video app on the Wii U.

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Makerbot demoes 3D scanner to streamline fabrication

03/11, 6:22pm

3d scanner and printer to be shown at Texas SXSW expo

On Friday, 3D printing startup Makerbot demonstrated a new scanner that allows users to scan and then 3D print the objects. The Digitizer Desktop 3D Scanner is a prototype, but Makerbot says it plans to make the device available to consumers before the holiday season of 2013. The scanner can process objects between two and eight square inches in less than three minutes. The target device is placed on a rotor, and lasers scan the device from every angle.

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