MakerBot is acquired by the large 3D printer maker, Stratasys
MakerBot, a 3D printer manufacturers for amateurs, has been acquired by Stratasys, a leading global player in the market for professional 3D printing.
Stratasys makes printers are capable of printing 3D objects plastic injection, as solid as objects made by molding, with incredible resolution.
Stratasys printers can print airplane parts where high accuracy is required. MakerBot, meanwhile, manufactures inexpensive printers for those who want to make 3D printing at home.
With this purchase, makerbot is not going away and most likely to benefit from this merger. According to the company blog, “MakerBot’s mission remains the same, and will continue to operate as an independent subsidiary within Stratasys, once the transaction is complete.”
We hope that this merger allows access to printers that are easier to use, cheaper and better.
To give an idea of â€‹â€‹the high level of Stratasys 3D printers, in the following video gives us a sample of which is capable of.
Link: MakerBot acquired by Stratasys (tweaktown.com)
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