MakerBot, the pioneer of desktop 3D printing, has a new product made specifically for the professional segment: the MakerBot Method. It landed this week in Australia, bridging the gap between desktop and industrial 3D printing.
The Method was developed from the ground up by leveraging industry-leading Stratasys technologies combined with MakerBot’s accessibility and smart workflow features. The Method races past desktop 3D printers while ensuring dimensional accuracy and industrial 3D printer reliability.
“We’re excited to bring the Method to Australia to give maximum innovation for minimal investment.” said Alloys CEO and MakerBot distributor in Australia, Paul Harman. “It’s an agile solution perfect for designers, engineers, product developers and innovators.”
MakerBot Method requires no technician or installation support, is up to 2x faster the desktop 3D printers and hash a dimensional tolerance of +- 0.2mm. Featuring a circulated heated chamber, dual performance extruders, PVA soluble supports, it’s 1/3 the first-year cost of an entry-level industrial 3D printer.
For more information about MakerBot Method visit www.makerbot3d.com.au/method/
Founded in 2009, MakerBot was one of the first companies to make 3D printing accessible and affordable. In 2010, MakerBot became the first company to present a 3D printer at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). After being acquired by Stratasys in 2013, MakerBot introduced the first Wi-Fi connected desktop 3D printer in 2014, and today, MakerBot is proud to both serve the largest install base of 3D printers worldwide and run the largest 3D design community in the world.