MakerBot Wants to Spark a 3D Printing Revolution Through Content Marketing

There are very few startups these days that could have a more profound impact on the human experience than Brooklyn’s MakerBot Industries. Launched in 2009, MakerBot is the world’s biggest producer of desktop 3D printers, which allow aspiring manufacturers to design and create products made from plastic filament in a matter of hours.Read the full article

MakerBot Stories | Coolest Cooler

The Coolest Cooler, one of the most funded Kickstarter campaigns of all time, was prototyped with a MakerBot Replicator Desktop 3D Printer. Watch the story and find out what MakerBot can do to Kickstart your idea.

Makerbot Stories | GE FirstBuild

Once GE FirstBuild added MakerBot® Replicator® 3D Printers to their toolkit, they were able to prototype and test the next generation of smart home appliances in real time. In the words of the company, “a prototype is worth a thousand meetings.” Learn how GE FirstBuild saves time and encourages innovation with the help of MakerBot Replicators. Interested in learning more about the many ways professionals around the world are using MakerBot 3D printers? Head to

MakerBot Stories | Feinstein Institute for Medical Research

What if doctors could grow you a new windpipe from your own cartilage cells? A team of surgeons and scientists at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research has grown cartilage on a scaffolding made from ordinary MakerBot PLA Filament. MakerBot provided the Feinstein Institute with a MakerBot Replicator 2X Experimental 3D Printer, which has two extruders. Lead researcher Todd Goldstein converted it into a low-cost bioprinter by replacing one extruder with a syringe that dispenses the chondrocyte-collagen “bio-ink.” Learn more at

MakerBot Stories | A Year With an Innovation Center

SUNY New Paltz has a new mechanical engineering major and a certificate in design and digital fabrication. Students help area entrepreneurs bring their inventions to market. And New Paltz won a $10 million SUNY2020 challenge grant. What will a MakerBot Innovation Center do for your institution? Learn more at

MakerBot Stories | Jigs and Fixtures

3D printing essential jigs and fixtures in-house saves the MakerBot factory hundreds of thousands of dollars, and eliminates time spent communicating with outside suppliers. What can MakerBot do for your factory?