MakerBot’s New Composite Materials Offer 3D Printed Realism

MakerBot’s New Composite Materials Offer 3D Printed Realism

Market leader releases new PLA-based filaments with limestone, maplewood, bronze and iron properties

Rachel Pincus
  • 13 january 2015

In the book Who Owns the Future? author Jaron Lanier contemplates a future where our gadgets aren’t manufactured but 3D printed. Leading 3D printer manufacturer MakerBot now seems to be bringing us closer to this end.

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