MakerBot has announced today, that all of the Microsoft stores in the United States and Canada are now selling their line of Replicator 3D printers. MakeBot and Microsoft have had a long standing partnership, but its only now that all the Microsoft retail stores have begun selling Replicators.
On top of selling the leading brand of at-home 3D printers, the retail stores, run by Microsoft, will have demonstrations of the printers in action, as well as plenty of samples of items that have been printed. Also available for sale, will be rolls of PLA filament.
Other than MakerBot’s own retail stores, Microsoft is the only other retailer to sell printers on site. MakerBot and Microsoft originally partnered to sell 3D printers in the Seattle, San Francisco and Palo Alto locations, and then expanded to 18 total stores back August of last year. This latest expansion is the biggest of them all. Find out where you can go see a MakerBot Replicator in action using the Microsoft Store locator.
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