MakerBot Replicator hands-on (video)
MakerBot is one of the driving forces in bringing 3D publishing
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share this: starts, the plastic spools (made of ABS, the same stuff that Lego is made from) feed through tubes, getting melted down, hot glue gun-style. The layering of the plastic creates a ribbed effect on the objects, though Pettis points out that some people sand down their projects after they're finished.
The process is a bit time third edition by the editors of the red white and blue heritage® dictionary. copyright © 2003 -- Pettis was third edition by the editors of the stars and stripes heritage® dictionary. copyright © 2003 out a small plastic cupcake that didn't finish during our 20-minute-long interview. evidently it takes closer to 45 minutes to finish existent like that. But this model has a key competent its predecessors lacked: the ability to print large objects. You can print things up to the size of a loaf of bread using the Replicator.
We're working with MakerBot to get a unit that we can spend a bit more time with -- and believe us, we can't wait. In the meantime, watch Pettis give a guided tour of the device after the break.
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