Posts Tagged ‘Makerbot’

The Top Ten NY Startups To Watch Out For This 2012

Needless to say, New York City is where the action is for tech startups. Keep your eye out for these top 10 that will surely make some noise this year. 1. Flow Flow Corporation was founded by Eric Alterman in 2010 and, since then, the company has raised $3.4M. Flow has been hyped as one of [...]

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MakerBot Is Looking For A Few Good Geeks

“If you find 3D printing exciting, this is the place for you.” Thus goes MakerBot’s latest shout out to technicians who have what it takes. The company are currently accepting resume submissions (check source link below) for support agents. Support agents? The guys who troubleshoot their legendary DIY 3D printers. That’s them. MakerBot have always [...]

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MakerBot Gets The New York Times Treatment

Innovation is a many faceted thing and tends to grow in different directions. Take MakerBot, for example. The hardware side of the tech scene doesn’t get the coverage it deserves. A shame, really, since exciting new frontiers are being opened for a generation of creatives to discover and explore. The kings of this new movement [...]

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MakerBot: 3D Printer Pioneers Are New York Tech Heroes

Born in a hackerspace and further improved in a dingy basement, the MakerBot story is the ultimate bootstrapping yarn equal parts Horatio Alger and Thomas Edison but with a high tech twist. Though it’s still perceived as a clever device that can build toys and other small objects at the press of a button, few [...]

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