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MakerBot acquired by Stratasys

MakerBot acquired by professional 3D printer manufacturer Stratasys
| Business, Financial & Legal News | Posted: Jun 20, 2013 12:36 am

MakerBot, one of the hobbyist 3D printer manufacturers, has been acquired by Stratasys, a major global player in the professional 3D printing market. Stratasys makes 3-D printers capable of printing objects as solid as plastic injection molded objects with incredible resolution.




MakerBot, meanwhile, produces lower cost options for those who want 3D printing at home. MakerBot isn't going away and will likely benefit from this merger. According to the company's blog post, "MakerBot's mission remains the same and will continue to operate as a separate subsidiary within Stratasys, once the transaction is complete."


We're excited to see what will come of this merger. Hopefully we will see cheaper, better 3D printers that are easier to use.


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