MakerBot

MakerBot, a subsidiary of Stratasys Ltd., was founded in 2009 and specializes in desktop 3D printers and scanners. MakerBot is a leader in the desktop 3D printer market with more than 50,000 MakerBot 3D Printers out in the world. MakerBot sets itself apart by offering an entire MakerBot 3D Ecosystem that makes 3D printing easy and accessible for everyone. The MakerBot 3D Ecosystem includes its 3D printers and scanners, its website Thingiverse.com, the world’s largest 3D design community for discovering, printing and sharing 3Dmodels, its software, apps and partnerships with leading companies; MakerBot Learning training programs; and MakerBot Retail Stores in New York, Boston and Greenwich. 
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Stratasys
HQ
Brooklyn, US
Founded
2009
MakerBot was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Brooklyn, US

Key People at MakerBot

Nadav Goshen

Nadav Goshen

CEO

MakerBot Office Locations

MakerBot has an office in Brooklyn
Brooklyn, US (HQ)
1 MetroTech Center

MakerBot Data and Metrics

MakerBot Summary

MakerBot is a subsidiary of Stratasys

MakerBot Median Salaries

Source: 17 public H-1B filings from MakerBot

Traffic Overview of MakerBot

MakerBot Online and Social Media Presence

MakerBot News and Updates

MakerBot’s technology of the future grapples with its rocky past

 Goshen has a small stack of papers sitting on a table beside him, should he need to consult any notes. He never actually looks over, however. After months of behind the scenes meetings, he’s got the company’s new line down, pat. His voice rarely raises above a whisper during our conversation, but h…

MakerBot says its new print process reduces times and costs by around 30 percent

 MakerBot’s MinFill arrived quietly last night as a firmware upgrade for existing customers, and the company is already calling it a “big benchmark in speed and widespread adoption of 3D printing.” Many are understandably a bit cautious around such grandiose proclamations, particularly when it comes…

MakerBot lays off 30% of its staff as company’s scope narrows

 MakerBot is laying off 30 percent of its staff as part of an ongoing effort to adapt to a changing market, the company announced in a blog post today. Read More

The CEO of former 3D-printing darling MakerBot has resigned

MakerBot CEO Jonathan Jaglom, who tried to pivot the company away from an unsuccessful push into consumer 3D-printing, has resigned after two years in charge,…

The Makerbot Replicator+ is still the easiest 3D printer on the market

 3D printing is in a bit of a doldrums. The novelty has worn off and the limited utility of the technology has been made clear. The bloom is especially off the rose of home 3D printing thanks to slow improvements in the actual technology involved in squirting plastic into clever shapes. There are on…

MakerBot Replicator Mini+ is the 3D printer you want, but it's not cheap

3D printing has not turned into the consumer revolution everyone expected. If you need proof, just look at standard-bearer MakerBot, a company conceived to bring 3D printing to the masses that is now narrowing its focus considerably to business and education.  One of the reasons it never quite t…
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