See the Atmel-powered MakerBot Replicator 2 in action

Just a few months ago, Microsoft announced it was adding native 3D printer support to WIndows 8.1. This week, Redmond and MakerBot confirmed the Atmel-powered MakerBot Replicator 2 will be showcased and sold at even more Microsoft retail stores.

“The MakerBot Experience, our in-store 3D printing demonstration at the Microsoft retail store, is expanding from its roots in Seattle, San Francisco, and Palo Alto and sweeping the nation. [So] get yourself to a Microsoft Retail Store near you and grab your MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer,” MakerBot rep Ben Millstein wrote in an official blog post.

“Microsoft retail stores across the country will offer a ‘MakerBot Experience’ and the chance for customers to see 3D printing in action as well as purchase a MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer and MakerBot PLA Filament right in the store. [Remember], the Microsoft retail stores are the only full line stores outside of MakerBot’s own NYC store where you can purchase a MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer in person and take it home the same day.”

A full list of participating Microsoft stores is available below:

  • Scottsdale, AZ – Fashion Square
  • Costa Mesa, CA – South Coast Plaza
  • Mission Viejo, CA – The Shops at Mission Viejo
  • Palo Alto, CA – Stanford Shopping Center
  • San Diego, CA – Fashion Valley
  • San Francisco, CA – Westfield San Francisco Centre
  • Lone Tree, CO – Park Meadows Mall
  • Danbury, CT – Danbury Fair Mall
  • Atlanta, GA – Lenox Square
  • Oak Brook, IL – Oakbrook Center
  • Schaumburg, IL – Woodfield Mall
  • Bloomington, MN – Mall of America
  • Salem, NH – The Mall at Rockingham Park
  • Bridgewater, NJ – Bridgewater Commons
  • White Plains, NY – The Westchester
  • Houston, TX – Houston Galleria
  • McLean, VA – Tysons Corner Center
  • Bellevue, WA – Bellevue Square

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