MakerBot Replicator Desktop 3D Printer, 5th Generation

THE EASIEST AND MOST VERSATILE WAY TO GET FROM 3D MODEL TO 3D PRINT WI-FI, USB, and Ethernet connectivity ensures a seamless production workflow. On-board camera and diagnostics, and assisted build plate leveling.

LARGE BUILD VOLUME ACCELERATES RAPID PROTOTYPING AND MODEL MAKING 11% larger than the MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer. Build volume of 8 x 10 x 6 inches (456 cubic inches).

100 MICRON LAYER RESOLUTION Print paper-thin layers and get smooth-to-the-touch surfaces that don’t need sanding, finishing, or postproduction. Choose settings that range from fast draft to finer resolution.

MAKERBOT REPLICATOR SMART EXTRUDER Easy to swap or replace. Detects filament absence and automatically pauses your print.

ON-BOARD CAMERA For print monitoring and easy sharing to MakerBot Thing verse and social networks. Automatically takes reference pictures of final prints and saves them to your cloud storage library.

MOBILE CONTROL Remote monitoring from on-board camera feed. Receive notifications and alerts from your MakerBot Replicator 3D Printer.

Build Volume: 9.9 L x 7.8 W x 5.9 HFilament Diameter: 1.75 mm Build Platform: Glass

Product Dimensions: 20.8 L x 17.4 W x 16.2 H

Product Weight: 35 lbs.

File Types: .stl, .obj, .thing, .makerbot

Operating Systems: Windows (7+) Mac OS X (10.7+) Linux (Ubuntu 12.04+)

Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Ethernet, USB (stick cable).

Product Features

  • Fifth-generation technology defines the new standard for ease of use, quality, and reliability
  • New MakerBot Replicator Smart Extruder detects filament absence and automatically pauses your print
  • Cloud connectivity allows files to be send via Wi-Fi, Ethernet, or USB
  • 3.5-inch full color LCD display
  • Compatible with MakerBot PLA Filament (Large & Small Spools)

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  1. Don’t buy this printer, there are so many better options ***** UPDATE! *****Hi folks. I wanted to address a few comments written about this review and then add a couple of updates.We did receive a new extruder within a few after this was written. Since then we haven’t had much to print on it until the last 3 weeks or so, when we’ve been printing a fair few parts. The printhead now doesn’t really particularly jam, but it does air print or fail to print, probably around 50% of the time. This particularly true of black-PLA (we use only…

  2. A complete disaster This purchase was a complete disaster, and I’ve chalked it up to a loss at this point. The printer never quite worked properly, but became totally unusable after a few days. The temperature would spontaneously drop to the point where prints would abort, the print head would bump into the table to due to firmware bugs and completely non-functional assisted leveling, the print quality was awful, and the extruder would make ugly sounding noises. After the slowest customer service experience…

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