In the biggest domain name sale so far this year, MakerBot VP of Marketing Chuck Pettis sold Brand.com to Reputation Changer, which has now changed its name — and its brand — to Brand.com.
Editor’s Pick MakerBot’s deal with Stratasys not only makes sense for both companies, it also sets the stage for the near future of 3D printing.
The rapidly expanding world of 3D printing just got a bit smaller.
3D printing companies may be looking to acquire MakerBot, but it’s unlikely the company will sell.
At Maker Faire Bay Area, a “startup pavilion” highlights 20 new maker-focused startups. But big companies like Autodesk, General Electric, and even Google are getting into the DIY game too.
Could MakerBot’s Bre Pettis and DEFCAD’s Cody Wilson be the Bill Gates and Steve Jobs of 3D printing? Sounds crazy, but maybe it isn’t.
MakerBot is moving into new turf with the Digitizer, a 3D scanner that will let you bring your physical objects into the digital world.
With its new 3D photoboth MakerBot’s bringing its 3D printing revolution to your face.
Editor’s Pick You’ve seen our top New York City technology influencers, but we also want to spotlight the top 10 most interesting startups the city has to offer.
While 3D printing will hit the mass market one day, MakerBot CEO Bre Pettis says that his company has to perfect the technology before opening it up to the average consumer.
Is there anything more American than a robot that can create anything you want out of little more than a spool of wire and some electricity? It’s only a slight exaggeration to say that the MakerBot offers levels of Jeffersonian self-reliance that our founding fathers only dreamed of.