The Replicator+ is a desktop 3D printer that transforms digital designs into solid objects by laying down thin layers of molten plastic. It is used by educators, designers, engineers, and makers.
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Thingiverse is MakerBot’s giant 3D printing library, with over 2 million 3D printable files.
Bre Pettis, Adam Mayer, and Zach Smith founded MakerBot Industries in New York City in January 2009. That year, they sold 750 MakerBots, and the following year, sales jumped to 2,300 MakerBots. By 2012, the company, which raised US $10 million in venture funding, had shipped more than 13,000 printers. In 2016, MakerBot became the first company to sell over 100,000 3D printers. The Replicator+ and Replicator Mini+ are the fifth and sixth models created by the company, following the Cupcake CNC and Thing-O-Matic. The Replicator was the first MakerBot printer to be offered fully assembled. In June 2013, MakerBot was acquired by Stratasys in a $403 million deal.