MatterHackers’ Blue Friday, the Biggest 3D Printing Sale of the Year, is Happening Today Only

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MatterHackers is having their fourth annual Blue Friday, the biggest 3D printing sale of the year today, November 17th, 2017. The sale will include discounts on the entire store, both online and in their Orange County, CA showroom, with free, fast shipping and handling in the United States (no minimum purchase necessary).

“We are excited to be having our fourth annual Blue Friday sale. This sale has become a staple in the 3D printing community, and really, that is why we do it – for the community. We want to give users the best deals possible so they can get that 3D printer they’ve always wanted, or that specialty filament they are dying to try,” said Dave Gaylord, Director of Marketing at MatterHackers, adding that, “Blue Friday is the time to shop for any 3D printer, filament, or upgrade you need.”

MatterHackers is the largest 3D printing retailer in the world that offers over fifty 3D printers, and over five hundred different 3D filaments and accessories. MatterHackers’ enormous selection of everything 3D printing (including industry favorites like LulzBot, Raise3D, BCN3D Technologies, E3D, colorFabb, Proto-Pasta, and more) makes it possible for every maker to find something on Blue Friday that will enhance their 3D printing experience.

“We started the Blue Friday tradition four years ago and every year it gets a bit crazier. This year is no exception – the deals and discounts are bigger and better than ever,” said Kevin Pope, COO of MatterHackers. “Year-round MatterHackers offers the largest selection of 3D printers, filament, and accessories at great prices – but Blue Friday is extra special. If you are a 3D printing enthusiast this is the once-a-year chance to really stock up on materials or snag that 3D printer you’ve had your eye on.”

Blue Friday site-wide deals include the following (excludes Ultimaker products):
– 10-20% off every 3D printer
– 10% off every CNC and Carver
– 15% off every filament & material
– 10-15% off everything else on the site

Blue Friday Bonus Deals include:
– $500 off the LulzBot TAZ 6
– $250 off the LulzBot Mini
– $405 off the BCN3D Sigma R17
– $335-$470 off Raise3D printers
– 15% off Pulse 3D Printer
– 15% off MatterControl T7X

Participants in the Blue Friday sale will simply need to add items to their cart and apply the code “BLUFRI” during the checkout process. All Blue Friday deals can be accessed through the following landing page, and graphics of specific deals have been attached:

https://www.matterhackers.com/blue-friday

About MatterHackers

MatterHackers is one of the largest 3D printing retailers in the world. Our showroom in Orange County is home to 50+ 3D printer models and 500+ materials, also available at www.matterhackers.com. Our mission is to make 3D printing easier and more accessible for everyone by providing unbiased guidance and recommendations to help schools, businesses, and individuals get started (or stay current) with 3D printing. We also provide free phone and email support for everything we sell, and free shipping in the US.

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