MakerBot is launching a 3D print service in all three MakerBot retail stores located in New York, Boston and Greenwich, Conn. Starting today, you can simply walk into one of the MakerBot retail stores with a .STL, .OBJ, or Thing file on a USB drive and get your 3D design printed on a MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer.
Digital files will be 3D printed with MakerBot PLA Filament, available in either white, black, translucent red, warm gray or natural. Additional colors are available for an additional fee. 3D printing times will be estimated and arrangements made for pick-up of the item or items; customers will also be notified when their print is ready for pick-up.
Pricing is based on 3D print time:
Less than 30-minutes is $10; up to one hour is $20; two hours is $35; four hours is $65; five hours is $80; and 3D prints up to six hours is $100. 3D prints longer than six hours will be provided with a cost estimate.
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