MatterHackers Announces the Return of Blue Friday, Biggest 3D Printing and Digital Fabrication Sale of the Year
On November 16th, 2018, MatterHackers, the leading 3D printing retailer in the world, will be having their fifth annual Blue Friday, the biggest 3D printing and digital fabrication sale of the year. The sale will include discounts on hundreds of products, both online and in their Orange County, CA showroom, with free, fast shipping and handling in the United States (no minimum purchase necessary).
“For MatterHackers’ fifth annual Blue Friday sale, we are excited to offer the deepest deals that can be found in digital fabrication, period. We have worked over the past year to expand our catalog and we are not holding back this season. You’ll find a large number of new digital fabrication products at MatterHackers, including laser cutters/engravers, CNC mills, bed adhesives, high-performance 3D printers, and advanced materials,” said Dave Gaylord, Head of Product at MatterHackers, adding that, “Blue Friday is the absolute best time to shop for any of the tools, filament, or upgrade you need.”
Offering over seventy 3D printers and machines, and over one thousand different 3D filaments and accessories, MatterHackers’ enormous selection of everything digital fabrication (including industry favorites like LulzBot, BCN3D, Carbide3D, E3D, ColorFabb, Proto-Pasta, Fillamentum, and more) makes it possible for every maker to find something on Blue Friday that will enhance their 3D printing and Maker experience.
“Five years ago we couldn’t have imagined how big of an event Blue Friday would become. With so many new products and accessories for makers, educators, businesses, and 3D printing enthusiasts, everyone is bound to find a deal,” said Kevin Pope, COO of MatterHackers. “MatterHackers provides amazing prices on all products year-round, but Blue Friday is the perfect time to stock up on materials and accessories, or to grab that 3D printer you’ve really been waiting for.”
Blue Friday deals include the following:
- Up to 20% off a variety Blue Friday 3D Printers
- Up to 20% off Blue Friday Filament
- Up to 20% off Blue Friday Accessories & Hardware
- Up to 10% off Blue Friday CNCs & Laser Cutters
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.
MatterHackers is the largest digital fabrication retailers in the world. Our showroom in Orange County is home to 70+ 3D printers and machines and 1,000+ materials and accessories, also available at www.matterhackers.com. Our mission is to make 3D printing and making easier and more accessible for everyone by providing unbiased guidance and recommendations to help schools, businesses, and individuals get started (or stay current) with digital fabrication. We also provide free phone and email support for everything we sell, and free shipping in the US.
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