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The Makerbot 3D Printer uses advanced design software to configure the exact layout of any object and print it out to your specifications. You have the option of either utilizing pre-made templates or designing your own printed objects from scratch. Once you’ve decided how ambitious you want to be, go ahead and print anything from kitchen utensils to figurines formalized in the depths of your imagination. A Captain America statuette? A vase? Miniature models of the Empire State Building? All are possible with this powerful yet compact printer, one that puts creation itself at your fingertips.
You’ll be the talk of the town, for sure. Your co-workers will glare at you in envy for all your self-printed desk trinkets. Your friends and family will shower you with adoration upon receiving some of the most unique gifts they may have ever seen (we recommend a miniscule turtle sculpture, a real crowd pleaser). What are you waiting for? Enter the giveaway now, and this printer could be all yours.
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