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LAS VEGAS -- At CES 2014, MakerBot CEO Bre Pettis talks about the history of MakerBot and all of the things that people have built with its 3D printers.
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Pettis talks about earlier MakerBot models.
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Pettis says there are more than 44,000 MakerBots in the world.
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Beyond just tiny figurines, Pettis talks about real-world applications for 3D printed objects, like a kid's prosthetic or a model of a scope to replace the Hubble telescope.
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MakerBot's Greenwich, Conn., store.
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MakerBot is partnering with SoftKinectic, a 3D sensor company.
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MakerBot's newest 3D printer is the Replicator Mini. It costs $1,375.
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It has an enclosed print chamber with the same build volume as original MakerBot Cupcake printer, says Pettis.
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Inside the Replicator Mini is the "Smart Extruder," a magnetic snap-on repository for filament.
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The new MakerBot Replicator is meant to replace the earlier Replicator 2 model. No, it's not called the Replicator 3 -- it's just the Replicator. It has a 100-micron print resolution and is optimized for PLA. It's on sale now for $2,899.
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The new Replicator has a knob to let you navigate the LED screen.
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The third and final new printer, the MakerBot Z18, is for huge stuff. It's 12x12x18 inches tall, or 2,592 cubic inches. It goes on sale this spring, for $6,499.
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MakerBot is also giving us new apps. First, the MakerBot Desktop App, which includes MakerWare printing software and Thingiverse directly integrated. It's compatible with all models except the Cupcake.
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MakerBot's new mobile app, for iOS (Android coming soon!) does print monitoring and sends you alerts from Thingiverse and your printer.
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MakerBot's Printshop tablet app helps you design your own signs, bracelets, and other 3D goodies without any design or CAD software knowledge.
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The MakerBot Digital Store is a place where you can purchase original designer-created digital content that you can print on your machine. Items include figurines of trucks and pets. Read more about MakerBot at CES 2014.
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