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Founded Year

2009

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$13.75M

Valuation

$0000 

Revenue

$0000 

About MakerBot

MakerBot produces an open source 3D printer to democratize manufacturing. MakerBot Industries has an online community at Thingiverse.com where users can post digital design files, document designs, and collaborate on open source hardware.

MakerBot Headquarter Location

One Metro Tech Center 21st Floor

Brooklyn, New York, 11201,

United States

347-334-6800

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MakerBot Patents

MakerBot has filed 52 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • 3D printing
  • Computer printing
  • Industrial design
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

3/20/2019

10/27/2020

Fused filament fabrication, 3D printing, 3D printers, Plastics industry, Forming processes

Grant

Application Date

3/20/2019

Grant Date

10/27/2020

Title

Related Topics

Fused filament fabrication, 3D printing, 3D printers, Plastics industry, Forming processes

Status

Grant

Latest MakerBot News

Impression 3D : MakerBot et Ultimaker s’unissent

May 14, 2022

Voilà une annonce intéressante pour l’industrie de l’impression 3D : la société américaine MakerBot ainsi que la société néerlandaise Ultimaker viennent d’annoncer qu’elles n’allaient désormais former plus qu’une seule et même entité… Tandis que la marque Anker a récemment lancé une imprimante 3D très prometteuse sur Kickstarter , voilà que deux géants de l’impression 3D s’unissent à présent dans l’optique d’accélérer l’adoption de la fabrication additive. Deux grands noms de l’impressions 3D fusionnent Il y a quelques jours, MakerBot et Ultimaker ont, de façon relativement inattendue, annoncé leur fusion. Si de son côté MakerBot était réputée pour la production d’ imprimantes 3D de bureau à destination du grand public, Ultimaker s’adressait quant à elle davantage aux professionnels. En unissant leurs forces, les deux sociétés pourront être en mesure de cibler différentes catégories de clients, en ayant l’objectif conjoint de démocratiser la fabrication additive. Mais au-delà des imprimantes 3D, la nouvelle entreprise va également concentrer son activité sur la conception de logiciels et la fabrication de matériaux. Au total, la société va bénéficier d’un investissement de 62,4 millions de dollars. NPM Capital, qui soutient Ultimaker, va investir 15,4 millions de dollars tandis que Stratasys, l'investisseur derrière MakerBot, s'occupera de fournir le reste des fonds. À noter que c'est NPM Capital qui détiendra la majorité de la société avec 54,4 %, là ou Stratesys ne détiendra que 45,6 % de l’entreprise désormais fusionnée. Pour l’instant, cette nouvelle société n’a pas encore trouvé de nom et conservera ses sièges actuels à New York et aux Pays-Bas. Elle sera dirigée par les P.-D.G. respectifs de MakerBot et Ultimaker, à savoir Nadav Goshen et Jürgen von Hollen.

  • When was MakerBot founded?

    MakerBot was founded in 2009.

  • Where is MakerBot's headquarters?

    MakerBot's headquarters is located at One Metro Tech Center, Brooklyn.

  • What is MakerBot's latest funding round?

    MakerBot's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did MakerBot raise?

    MakerBot raised a total of $13.75M.

  • Who are the investors of MakerBot?

    Investors of MakerBot include Stratasys, True Ventures, Bezos Expeditions, Foundry Group, RRE Ventures and 14 more.

  • Who are MakerBot's competitors?

    Competitors of MakerBot include Shapeways and 4 more.

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