Introducing METHOD X | Print Real ABS with a 100°C Chamber

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Print complex and durable ABS parts with a 100°C heated chamber for end-use assemblies and manufacturing tools. MakerBot ABS for METHOD is capable of withstanding 15°C higher temperatures, is 26% more rigid, and 12% stronger than modified desktop 3D printer ABS material formulations. Get started with METHOD today for $4,999. Learn more at makerbot.com/method

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