Oct. 30, 2014

MakerBot announced the release of 3D printable models of favorite Sesame Street characters including Cookie Monster, Grover and Frazzle, available for purchase and download on the MakerBot Digital Store and in MakerBot Retail Stores in Boston, New York and Greenwich, Connecticut.

These three new 3D printable Sesame Street characters join the other Sesame Street models already available on the MakerBot Digital Store. Arriving just in time to get ready for Halloween, these three beloved monster Sesame Street monsters are accompanied by 3D printable Halloween-themed accessories, including Cookie Monster's favorite treats, cookies; Grover's "Super Grover" costume, complete with helmet and cape; and Frazzle's jack-o-lantern carved to resemble his face.

The prices of the 3D printable Sesame Street Monster Collection starts at $1.99 per digital model. For those who don't yet have their own 3D printer, but would still love to own a MakerBot 3D printed Sesame Street monster, finished 3D prints are available for purchase in the MakerBot Retail Stores. Prices for completed 3D printed models at the MakerBot Retail Stores will vary depending on the size of the 3D print.

"Sesame Street was our first licensed content partner on the MakerBot Digital Store, and today they are our first licensed content partner to take advantage of a new secure streaming option we have recently implemented for the MakerBot Digital Store," noted Jenny Lawton, acting CEO of MakerBot. "This new functionality within the MakerBot Digital Store has been a request of content partners and allows licensed content and intellectual property to be brought to life in a brand-new 3D printed way."

Additional 3D printable characters from Sesame Street for the MakerBot Digital Store will be available in the coming months.


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