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11.6 x 7.6 x 6.5"
Clearances
Intro to 3D Printing, FDM Access, Design for 3D Printing
Training
3D Printing
Zones
Plastic
Materials
$3/hour
Cost

MADE’s best entry-level desktop 3D printer is the Makerbot Replicator +. The Makerbot Replicator is an additive manufacturing machine that feeds plastic through a heated nozzle and then lays it out layer by layer to create a part. This allows the 3D printer to create parts that are difficult or impossible to create using traditional manufacturing techniques. The Makerbot uses G-code to execute its movements and is a good introduction to CNC machines.

MADE’s 3D printers are provided in partnership with Computer Aided Technology, a St. Louis distributor of high-end 3D printers.

Fequent Questions

What is the print resolution?

0.039in (100 microns)

Can I bring in my own materials?

Your reservation includes access to MADE’s supply of 3D printing consumables, but does not include any alternative media, which the member can purchase and bring in. Any material used for the Makerbot+ must be approved for use by the MADE Facilities Director. If you want to use anything other than PLA, you will be required to bring in your own printer head.

What materials does the Makerbot use?

The Makerbot+ typically uses PLA which we keep stocked at MADE. It is also capable of printing in ABS as well as a range of more experimental filaments you can purchase from Makerbot.

What file type does the Makerbot take?

The Makerbot uses .STL files to build the code it need to run.

How many do you have?

MADE has 2 Makerbots.

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