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MakerBot CEO Bre Pettis introduces the fifth generation MakerBot Replicator Desktop 3D Printer, now. MakerBot's fifth-generation Replicator is a joy to work with, and in terms of user experience and ease of operation, it's miles ahead of the. A little over a year ago, I had the opportunity to use a 3D printer for the MakerBot Replicator (left), MakerBot Replicator 5th Generation (right).


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The MakerBot 5 is a little slower than most comparably priced printers, and also less precise and very noisy which does not make it an ideal home or office 3D printer.

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However, the single biggest problem is that which was supposed to be its biggest asset: I had a chance to test out a MakerBot 5 when it first came out and that experience had been excellent: At the time, the software was still in development and the company had promised that new iterations and updates would make it even better, faster, and more precise.

So, when MakerBot Europe gave me a chance to try one out again, I enthusiastically agreed. The fact that the machine was shipped to me with two extruders, while certainly appreciated, was not a good sign. In fact, I did run into some issues with the first extruder, which continued to report the filament as being MakerBot Replicator (Fifth Generation) Printer when it was actually fine.

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The second extruder worked better and gave me no problems for the entire month I had it with me. So, really, it seems to be a matter of chance, which is not good enough when it comes to professionals and it is definitely a problem when MakerBot Replicator (Fifth Generation) Printer comes to consumers who have no idea what to do when they run into problems.

However, the immediacy that you can achieve with a MakerBot Replicator 5 when everything works well is impressive. In MakerBot Replicator (Fifth Generation) Printer particular case, I received the machine while I was right in the middle of a demonstrative event on 3D printing. We had a few machines on display, but the MakerBot was by far the first to be ready and the first to finish a print.

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MakerBot Replicator (Fifth Generation) Printer It came out just about perfect. The same is true when using one of the many apps that have already integrated MakerBot support, such as MeshMixer and, more recently, Tinkercad. There are still rather few examples of such immediate and fun uses of 3D printing, but Tinkercad and other similar apps are, in my opinion, clear indications of things to come.

What MakerBot users should truly appreciate is the software ecosystem around the 3D printer. Thingiverse is a constantly growing and lively 3D model sharing platform, with plenty of new initiatives to build and cement the community.

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You can actually use a third-party filament, but you might have to download a user-created print mode in order to do so. The Replicator 5th Generation really struggles to justify its high price.

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It has decent performance across the board, but nothing particularly stands out about it. If you need help, you can search for general information using keywords, or you can call them on the phone during office hours.

In the user manual, it claims that the 5th Generation is covered by a limited warranty and links to the terms. You should still qualify for some kind of third-party warranty, but it might be worth trying your luck regardless.

While we can overlook this from smaller manufacturers, Makerbot has the money and legal resources to take better care of its legacy customers. Not the Makerbot 3D printer that you want? Justin Evans Head Editor After spending his youth hanging out at his local hardware shop, it was no wonder Justin decided to become a computer engineer.

Makerbot Replicator 5th Generation Review Overall - 6. That said, the 5th Generation Replicator is an average printer at best, and grossly overpriced at worst.

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