MakerBot Replicator Mini Compact 3D Printer

Jan 9, 2014

Category: Tech

3D printing is amazing stuff, but simple it is not. Yet. MakerBot is ready to change the game with its new Replicator Mini Compact 3D Printer, an easy-to-use plug and play printer that promises a strong level of quality and reliability, without a steep learning curve.

What can you do with this thing? What can’t you do? Let’s say you wanna create professional-quality, high-resolution prototypes and complex models for demonstrations and presentations. No problem. Or let’s say you just wanna replicate your girlfriend’s ass and hang it from your rearview mirror. Again, no issues there. It’s your call. Use the free tablet app to get started, send your creation via Wi-Fi or USB to the printer, then hit the button to start printing. Just don’t bring that ass mold to your office presentation. [Purchase]

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