MakerBot 3D printers go on sale at Home Depot

In a move that could possibly bring 3D printing one step closer to mainstream, Home Depot announced on Monday it will begin stocking its shelves with MakerBot 3D printers at select stores as part of a national pilot program:

  • Emeryville
  • East Palo Alto
  • San Carlos
  • Los Angeles
  • West Hills
  • Huntington Beach
  • Chicago (three stores)
  • Naperville
  • New York City (two stores)

As part of a 12-store trial, the 3D printers will be sold and demonstrated at the various locations throughout California, Illinois and New York. If you recall, Home Depot started selling the printers earlier this year. Home Depot joins other big-box retailers, like Best Buy, who are tapping into the Maker Movement.

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(Source: MakerBot)

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