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Company Overview of MakerBot Industries, LLC
MakerBot Industries, LLC provides desktop 3D printers. The company also offers desktop 3D scanners, filaments, applications, and parts and accessories. It also operates a 3D design community for discovering, printing, and sharing 3D models. The company serves engineers, architects, designers, educators, and consumers worldwide. MakerBot Industries, LLC offers its products through its retail stores and a digital store; and a network of distributors, retailers, and resellers worldwide. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in Brooklyn, New York with retail stores in New York, New York; Greenwich, Connecticut; and Boston, Massachusetts. As of August 15, 2013, MakerBot Industries, LLC ope...
One MetroTech Center
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Founded in 2009
Key Executives for MakerBot Industries, LLC
Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
MakerBot Industries, LLC Key Developments
MakerBot Releases 3D Printable Models of Favorite Sesame Street Characters
Oct 29 14
MakerBot announced the release of 3D printable models of favorite Sesame Street characters including Cookie Monster, Grover and Frazzle, available for purchase and download on the MakerBot Digital Store and in MakerBot Retail Stores in Boston, New York and Greenwich, Connecticut. These three new 3D printable Sesame Street characters join the other Sesame Street models already available on the MakerBot Digital Store. Arriving just in time to get ready for Halloween, these three beloved monster Sesame Street monsters are accompanied by 3D printable Halloween-themed accessories, including Cookie Monster's favorite treats, cookies; Grover's 'Super Grover' costume, complete with helmet and cape; and Frazzle's jack-o-lantern carved to resemble his face. MakerBot unveils the next installment of 3D printable models of favorite Sesame Street characters including Cookie Monster, Grover and Frazzle, available on the MakerBot Digital Store and in MakerBot Retail Stores in Boston, New York and Greenwich, Connecticut. The 3D printable Sesame Street Monster Collection is available to download and 3D print from the MakerBot Digital Store, with prices starting at $1.99 per digital model. For those who don't yet have their own 3D printer, but would still love to own a MakerBot 3D printed Sesame Street monster, finished 3D prints are available for purchase in the MakerBot Retail Stores. Prices for completed 3D printed models at the MakerBot Retail Stores will vary depending on the size of the 3D print. These models can be 3D printed exclusively on MakerBot Replicator(R) 3D Printers and are the first licensed content offered by MakerBot to be protected by secure streaming functionality, allowing users to purchase and print models without hosting files locally. MakerBot, a global leader in desktop 3D printing, created the MakerBot Digital Store to sell original, fun, and collectible digital content specifically designed for MakerBot Replicator 3D Printers. The MakerBot Digital Store offers a wide selection of 3D printable models that are verified by MakerBot as easy to print. Additional 3D printable characters from Sesame Street for the MakerBot Digital Store will be available in the coming months.
MakerBot Announces Management Changes
Sep 5 14
MakerBot announced management will take effect in the third and fourth quarter of 2014 and into January 2015. Bre Pettis will be transitioning from the day-to-day activities of management to a position with Stratasys where he will be able to influence and direct the vision of MakerBot and Stratasys; he will also be a member of the MakerBot Board of Directors. Jenny Lawton, president of MakerBot, will be promoted to the role of CEO of MakerBot; Frank Alfano is being moved from chief revenue officer to president. Aric Jennings, chief operations officer for MakerBot, will also transition into the international role of vice president of global manufacturing for Stratasys.
MakerBot Launches New MakerBot-Ready App with Fraemes
Aug 20 14
MakerBot announced a new MakerBot(R)-Ready App, Fraemes. Fraemes is an interchangeable and ready-to-print case for iPhones, which enables complete customization and total self-expression. MakerBot announces new MakerBot-Ready App with Fraemes, an interchangeable and ready-to-print case for iPhones. Fraemes is the second MakerBot-Ready App to be announced since the MakerBot Developer Program launched in June. The MakerBot Developer Program aims to provide developers the resources needed to integrate with the MakerBot 3D Ecosystem and to access the growing 3D printing market. The MakerBot Developer Program also includes 3D printing capabilities in desktop, mobile, tablet and console-based apps and games, granting developers unprecedented access to MakerBot Replicator 3D Printing Platform for iOS, Android, Web and more. Users who purchase a Fraemes bumper can 3D print and insert as many customized and personalized design inserts as they desire. How it works: First, users connect their MakerBot account at fraemes.com/makerbot and select a design from Fraemes' collection of professionally designed inserts including cityscapes, pop culture icons, and monograms, each customizable with shapes and text. Once the checkout process is complete, users can then 3D print the designs directly from their MakerBot Desktop Library. Each insert fits into the Fraemes iPhone 5/5S bumper available for purchase from fraemes.com. Those who don't yet own a MakerBot Replicator(R) 3D Printer can still personalize their Fraeme iPhone case by purchasing their own custom Fraeme for $20 from a MakerBot Retail Store, located in New York, Boston or Greenwich, Connecticut, where it is 3D printed and available for pick-up. Digital files to download and bumpers to purchase are available through fraemes.com/makerbot, with digital files costing up to $1 and bumpers $12 each.
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