We are attempting to build a comprehensive list of MakerBots out in the wild. Feel free to add pictures of your bot on this page! If you want to make your own page where you can document your MakerBot, that would be awesome. This is the area where you can show off your bot.

See also Distinguishing Between Batches Of Cupcake Cncs.

If you do not want to have your name listed, you can remove it or contact us to have it removed.

Cheers,
The MakerBot Team

P.S. Why not add your 'bot to the MakerBot map?

The Godfather

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MakerBot was inspired in large part by the RepRap project. We've been actively participating in the RepRap project for many years now. One of the founders (Zach Hoeken) is founder and is also currently the Director of the RepRap Research Foundation. Not only that, but we are lucky to count Dr. Adrian Bowyer as an angel investor in MakerBot Industries.

The Prototypes

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During the early development of MakerBot, we went through an intense iterative design where mistakes were made, fixed, and we came up with a whole host of improvements. These bots are very special to us.

Prototype 0001 'Eve' - MakerBot Industries

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Eve was the first MakerBot ever created. She was born in February, and was completed with hours to spare before her debut at SXSW. She has printed almost 100 dodecahedrons. Afterwards, she retired to the Klein Art Gallery in Philly for a few months for the Fab Art Show.

Prototype 0002 'Sarah' - MakerBot Industries

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After building the first prototype, we learned many things about what to do and not to do. She incorporated many new improvements such as a power supply, tape holder, and countless tweaks and improvements to make it more reliable and easier to build.

Update: The body has been replaced. This MakerBot is know known as Martha Vader #000022

Prototype 0003 'Dolores' - MakerBot Industries

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Dolores is our 3rd and final prototype before we released the first version of CupCake CNC. This bot incorporated a few changes from 0002, but was mostly a sanity check before going into production. She turned out beautifully and is now a testbed for various crazy ideas we come up with.

Batch #1 - 04/15/2009

000001 - aka "Marvin" Jonathan Mayer @ The Google

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000002 - Tod E. Kurt

000003 - Gavin Smith "Mechatronics Guy"

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000004 - ntg433 -nic gihl

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000005 - ???

000006 - ???

000007 - David Treadwell

000008 - Iearobotics team: Andrés Prieto-Moreno, Ricardo Gómez, Juan González (Madrid, Spain)

We are using the Cupcake CNC machine for rapid-prototyping our robots
We have developed the REPY-1 modules

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000009 - Andrew Plumb -

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000010 - ???

000011 - ???

000012 - ???

000013 - ???

000014 - Mike Valstar

000015 - Karl Paranya

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000016 - ???

000017 - 'Bobby Jones' - Owen Collins

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000018 - William J Turkel

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000019 - Thomas Amberg

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000020 - 'Orac' - Simon Kirkby

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000021 'Goldie' - MakerBot Industries

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Goldie is our first production machine. This bot has really seen some action, and she's not even done yet. She hit up Barcamp Boston, Maker Revolution, CupCake 2.0, Kinnernet, and has even done some printing and drinking in some bars here in NYC. Oh, and she's printed every single pulley for Batches #2 and #3. What a rock star. As of May, 2009 Goldie visited the Google NYC offices for a talk and workshop where she valiantly donated a stepper motor for #000047. Once we patched her up, she then printed out a few dozen twisted star boxes for MakerFaire.

After she got back from MakerFaire, she went to work producing all the pulleys for Batch #3 and #4 as well as wowing the crowds at the CEA Line show in NYC. She helped MakerBot win the CES shootout and win a booth for CES 2010 in Vegas. She was then promptly whisked away to Providence, RI for a MakerBot building workshop at AS220 again, she selflessly donated 3 stepper driver boards when the boards that the workshop participants soldered did not work properly. The very next weekend she journeyed down to Hive 76 for another 3D printing workshop where she spent the whole day printing out cool objects.

000022 'Martha Vader' - MakerBot Industries

Batch #2 - 05/07/2009

000023 - Willoughby and Baltic & Dorkbot Boston

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000024 - Jonathan McGee

000025 - Samuel Kleiner

000026 - Philip Steffan

000027 - MakerGear [Rick Pollack]

000028 - Phillip Davies My Build Log

000029 - John Meacham

000030 - Alf Wong

000031 - Adam Cecchetti

000032 - Justin Day

000033 - Masked Retriever

000034 - Joe O'Lear

000035 - Leemon Baird

000036 - Michael Joffe

000037 - Hal 9000

000038 - Robert Filipkowski

000039 - Renee Ausuf

000040 - Jason Foutz

Up and running!

000041 - Will Langford

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000042 - brought from NYC Resistor to Metalab : The Giraffe! living in a happy symbiosis with Wizard23

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000043 - 'Kali' - Metalab (Marius Kintel)

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000044 - Evan Korth / NYU CS

000045 - Mathieu "Syvwlch" Glachant

Batch #3 Ship Date 06/25/2009

000046 - Google #1

000047 - Google #2

000048 - Becky Stern

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000049 - Cheryl Heatherly

000050 - Tufts CEEO

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000051 - John Evanko

000052 - Mike Gee - GeeBot

000053 - Bastian Dolde

000054 - Kevin Griffin [http://alecto.ca]

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000055 - Angel Imaz

000056 - Peter Davoust

000057 - Liz Greenwood

000058 - Edward Adams

000059 - Matthias Melcher - machine was assembled and electronics were soldered within three days. Everything is running just wonderful. Thanks so much to the team of MakerBot!

000060 - Emily King

000061 - Joel Chia (Still under construction after so long)

000062 - Stephen Hill

000063 - Kyle Stetz

000064 - Matthew Dormer

000065 - Tyler AKA Exposure101 - Now a cupcake w/ ABP / Gen 4 Electronics / MK6 Stepstruder :)

000066 - Berges Louis

Batch #4 Estimated Ship Date 06/30/2009

000067 - Jane Curtis

000068 - Christopher Lobello

000069 - Eris (Cliff L. Biffle)

000070 - Mitch Altman

000071 - Scott Smith

000072 - MakerBot Production Machine- Karen

000073 - Hotproceed Yusuke Yumae[[http://members2.jcom.home.ne.jp/hotproceed/]]

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000074 - Hotproceed Yusuke Yumae[[http://members2.jcom.home.ne.jp/hotproceed/]]

000076 - Ray Stits

000077 - James Warmkessel

000078 - Matej Vasilnak

000079 - Thomas Murphy

000080 - Thomas Murphy

000081 - Roderick Williams

000082 - Sam Lessin

000083 - Eric Morgan

P.E.R.C.I.VAL: Printer Emulating RepRap to Create Immense VALue

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000084 - Quelab - [Status Feed]

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MB84 (nicknamed "Phineas") is final hardware testing, and will be used for playing around with home-fabrication at Quelab in Albuquerque, NM. You can follow the status of the project at the Quelab wiki, and once it's done, it'll go up on Thingiverse as a successful build.

000085 - Graham Connel

000086 - Felix Rivera

000087 - Guillermo Gago

000088 - [Charles Pax]

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000089 - Matt Westervelt

000090 - MakerBot Production Machine Genia

000091 - Yori (Bre's Production Machine)

000092 - Jake Lodwick

Batch #5 Estimated Ship Date 08/10/2009

000093 - Felicia Spencer for Ralph Spencer (She is a great wife!)

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000094 - Johnny Russell

000095 - R. Mark Adams and Pam Adams [http://www.epotential.com]

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MB95 is is great shape and is happily printing away- we are mainly focusing on printing the parts for Mendel-version RepRap machines right now, and enjoying learning the whole design/print/refine cycle and toolchain. Pretty soon we will be printing all kinds of stuff for our [HacDC] colleagues, too!

000096 - Christopher Lau

000097 - Scott Small

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000098 - EFFALO • http://fabricating.tumblr.com

000099 - Michael Curry

000100 - Robert Adams

000101 - David Brebner

000102 - John Staley

000103 - Steve McCracken

000104 - Fred Feiertag

000105 - Grisell Rosa

000106 - Steve Conklin

000107 - Chris Wundram

000108 - Line Klok

000109 - Robert Bisping

000110 - David Akselrad

000111 - Mathias Lichy

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000112 - Hugh Swire

000113 - Molly Meyer

000114 - Richard Ramazinski

000115 - David Robertson

000116 - Pablo Duboue

000117 - 'Spartan' - Forest Crossman Front%2C%20using%20old%20PSU.JPG

000118 - Bo Lorentzen

000119 - Benjamin Wood

000120 - Jonathan Huber

000121 - Eric Johanson (Hackerbot Labs) Sanguine 09050901.jpg

000122 - Matt Cabanag

000123 - Jeremy Peterson XN2ojs.png

000124 - Christian Riise Wagner

000125 - Joseph Oliver

000126 - Nick Ames [[http://www.fetchmodus.org/]]

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000127 - Eberhard Rensch MakerBot #127 flickr:3845280694

000128 - Miles Lightwood / TeamTeamUSA - Curio128 Curio.jpg

000129 - Gavin Smith

000130 - Dave Menninger / Hive13 http://wiki.hive13.org/index.php?title=MakerBot

000131 - Marty McGuire - MakerBot 131

000132 - Hive76, LINK (Jordan Miller)

000133 - Joost van de Wiel

000134 - Gorm Groot Nielsen

000135 - Will Schenk

000136 - Ken Lovell

000137 - Phil Gillhaus

Makerbot 137 aka "Dance Party" has been adopted by FUBAR Labs - a hackerspace in New Jersey.

000138 - Brett Stephens

000139 - Dan Barry

000140 - Adrian Bowyer

000141 - Andy Lundell

000142 - Gianni Ceccarelli

Batch #6 Estimated Ship Date: September 8, 2009

000147 - CulannBot - Charles and Cathal Garvey

000148 - Bruno Rivard

000149 - Matthew Jadud

000150 - Jonathan Andersen

000151 - Ron Rohde

Finally printed the first object on December 13, 2009 after considerable debugging and troubleshooting. See the white crank at the top right front corner?

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000152 - Nathan Bauer

000153 - Luke Johnson

000153A- Wim Vandeputte

000154 - Lucas Libraro

000155 - Nola Snell

000156 - Aaron Davison

000157 - Paul Johnson

000158 - Brent Alexander

000159 - Alain Chirinian

000160 - William Burks

000161 - William Matthews

000162 - Richard Beaumont

000163 - Vienna Univ. of Tech.

000164 - Rebecca Garber

000165 - Thomas Off

000166 - Pedro Costa

000167 - Ronald Siemens

000168 - Ian Fischer

000169 - Derek Quenneville

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Upgraded with Zydac's Z-axis extender kit. Prints up to 185mm tall!

000170 - Ryan Plumley

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000171 - Michael Haney

000172 - Joe Titlow

000173 - Marc-André Lapointe

000174 - Jeffrey Yu

000175 - John Crews

000176 - Richard Agnich

000177 - David Rosenfeld

000178 - Gayle Leader

000179 - Robin Emig

000180 - Geert Bosch

000181 - Rick Collings (Melbourne, Autralia)

Named Jelly-Jet Printer from a discussion with a friend many years ago.
-plus some modifications.
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000182 - Nathan Patterson

000183 - Megan Van Wagoner

000184 - Duane Damiano

000185 - Mads Bakar

000186 - Jaime Samayoa

000187 - Lucille Glassman

000188 - Taylor Miller

000189 - Dan Christian

000190 - Jeff Boyd

000191 - Ben Gates

000192 - Justin Sanders

000193 - Aakash flickr:4162676117

000194 - Ruben Lubbes

000195 - Wim Vandeputte

000196 - ???University College of Ghent

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000197 - 'Our Friend Electric' aka 'Lectric originally built by Fabienne 'fbz' Serriere but now on tour with Wim Vandeputte

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000198 - Wim Vandeputte

Batch #7 Estimated Ship Date: October 5, 2009

000199 - William Chung

000200 - Scott Shell

000201 - Matthew Lewis, ACCAD/OSU

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000202 - Mike Kiernan

000203 - Loke Uei Tan

000204 - Junior Tan

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000205 - Christian Petersen

000206 - Joseph Mobley

000207 - Joshua Cooper

000208 - Jack Poon

000209 - Audiencia Zero - altLab (Lisbon, Portugal)

000210 - Audiencia Zero - LCD (Porto, Portugal)

000211 - HackLab.TO

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000212 - Elizabeth Goza

000213 - Manufaktur Eins

000214 - Wulf Design - Larry James

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First Makerbot to live on a boat?

000215 - Kelly and Ben Baker

000216 - Robert Bowdidge

000217 - Sandeep Singh

000218 - Ryan Hendrickson

000219 - Widget

000220 - Marcus Menghini

000221 - Devlin Thyne

000222 - Dominic Muren

000223 - Grant McArdle

000224 - Robert Karpinski

000225 - Justin Gaither

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000226 - René Mouritsen

000227 - Joven Matias

000228 - Nicholas Burrows

000229 - Noah Healy

000230 - V. Tasci

000231 - Eric Carlson

000232 - Bill Alford

000233 - University of Pennsylvania, Lab of Chris Chen, Bioengineering (Jordan Miller)

000234 - Paul Lister

000235 - J Eric "jet" Townsend

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000236 - Louis Silverman

000237 - Trine Wester

000238 - Todd Fleming

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Shown beside a printed spindle. I'm currently using 238 to print Mendel parts.

000239 - Michael Slater

000240 - Kevin Curry

000241 - Hotproceed Yusuke Yumae[[http://members2.jcom.home.ne.jp/hotproceed/]]

000242 - Hotproceed Yusuke Yumae[[http://members2.jcom.home.ne.jp/hotproceed/]]

000243 - Hotproceed Yusuke Yumae[[http://members2.jcom.home.ne.jp/hotproceed/]]

000244 - Ray Fletcher

000245 - Hotproceed Yusuke Yumae[[http://members2.jcom.home.ne.jp/hotproceed/]]

000246 - Hotproceed Yusuke Yumae[[http://members2.jcom.home.ne.jp/hotproceed/]]

000247 - Hotproceed Yusuke Yumae[[http://members2.jcom.home.ne.jp/hotproceed/]]

000248 - Hotproceed Yusuke Yumae[[http://members2.jcom.home.ne.jp/hotproceed/]]

000249 ???

000250 - Zach 'Hoeken' Smith

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000251 - Matthew Bernhardt

Batch # 8 Estimated Ship Date: October 17, 2009

000252 - Deborah Tompkins

000253 - Doug Nelson

000254 - Hal Hildebrand

000255 - Shannon King

000256 - Todd Anderson

000257 - Daniel Lopez-Lomeli

000258 - Jack Gromek

000259 - Ivan Goloborodko

000260 - Topher Martini

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000261 - ??

000262 - EH France

000263 - Milton Quiroga

000264 - Wim Vandeputte

000265 - Aaron Newbloom

000266 - Jason McMains

000267 - Lizabeth Arum

000268 - Joseph Deken

000269 - Walter Kim

000270 - Jason Dezanett

000271 - Jordan Winningham

000272 - Kok Rasser

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000273 - Matthew Vanek

000274 - Mads Thimmer

000275 - Joe Katona

000276 - Nate True

000277 - Stewart Starbuck

000278 - Wim Vandeputte

000279 - Wim Vandeputte

000280 - Nicolas Bernard

000281 - Wim Vandeputte

000282 - Wim Vandeputte

000283 - Wim Vandeputte

000284 - Peterr (belgium, antwerp)

000285 - Gian Pablo Villamil

000286 - Amanda Hunt

000287 - Richard Garsthagen

000288 - Built by and Living with Fabienne 'fbz' Serriere, as of yet still un-named

000289 - Rene Sanchez

000290 - Wim Vandeputte

000291 - Andy Ritchie

000292 - Alexander Textor

000293 - Jason Geffert

000294 - Soren Burkhart

000295 - Douglas Garrity

000296 - Justin Bahn(cupcake lasercut parts)

000297 - August Flassig

000298 - Yen Ham

000299 - Ariel Briner

000300 - Mischa Schaub

000301 - John Alexander

000302 - David Morey

000303 - ErisianFront

"303" Reporting for Duty… Finish: Sanded (800 grit) with 2-3 Clear-Honey Coloured Epoxy Coats.

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Newcastle, Australia.

000304 - Nicole Phillips

000305 - Marc de Vinck

000306 - George Chandler

000307 - Eduardo Vera

000308 - Georg Pleger

000309 - Eric Albert

000310 - Bob Lutz

000311 - Chris Luckenbach

000312 - Kevin Hogg

000313 - Stephan Farris

000314 - Nils Sundstrom

000315 - Peter DePasquale

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(video blog of building #315)

000316 - Kazuhiro Sasao

000317 - Don Yokovich

000318 - Jussi Kalliomaki

000319 - Matthew Ruggles

000320 - Anand Kapre

000321 - Bill Soknich

000322 - George Gilbreath

000323 - Marjorie Wilkins

000324 - Edmund Williams

000325 - Edmund Williams - MIT Lincoln Laboratory - assembled by Jeff Keegan and Chris Connelly. Spawned Jeff Keegan's RepRap Mendel (Sells) - detailed here.

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000326 - Hugh Blemings

000327 - Charles Hirschler

000328 - Tom Cawkwell

000329 - Edgardo Engracia

000330 - Eric Grimes

000331 - Janne Tuomisto

000332 - makerraf

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000333 - Lyle Chamberlain

000334 - John Floyd

000335 - Rosalia Rojas(Christian)

000336 - FA UTL

000337 - Will Langford

000338 - Mike Kelberman

000339 - Eric Weinhoffer

000340 - Makerbot Industries

000341 - The Mitre Corporation

000342 - Jens Boisen

000343 - RIT

000344 - John Gomm

000345 - ???

000346 - Andrew Proch

000347 - Don Ebben

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000348 - Bob Davidson

000349 - Rammohan Malasani

000351 - Timothy Noble

000352 - Leopoldo Acosta Sanchez

000353 - Curtis Timmerman

Batch # 9 Estimated Ship Date: December 2, 2009

000355 - Nick Wong

000356 - Nikolaus Gradwohl

000357 - David Lagettie

000358 - Giorgos Koustas

000359 - Johan Sorensen

000360 - Joe Buccino

000361 - Jean-Claude Wippler

000362 - Matthijs van de Vathorst

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000363 - William Turkel

000364 - William Turkel

000365 - Jef Geskens

000366 - William Ryu

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000367 - Bas Pijls

000368 - Bogdan Baciuk

000369 - *Bobson Hsiao

000370 - Gerrit Riessen

000371 - Wayne Anderson

000372 - Charles Randolph

000373 - Shadow VanDusen

000374 - Paul Baria

000375 - Jeremy Royal

000376 - Troy Coon

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000377 - Daniel Fitzpatrick

000378 - Alexander Benenson

000379 - Dough Whrly

000380 - Richard Bluth

000381 - Frank Faillace

000382 - John Metter

000383 - Timothy Webb

000384 - Rett Wallace

000385 - Diana Pinover

000386 - Joshua Sommer

000387 - Thomas McEvoy

000388 - Ryan McGeary

000389 - Randy Mayer (cupcake lasercut parts)

000390 - Larry Bush

000391 - Yohann Coppel

000392 - Dane Bettis

000393 - Mark Kropf

000394 - Mack Hooper

000395 - David Stampf

000396 - Adam Green

000397 - Ronald Miloh Alexander

000398 - Ingeborg Sandbichler

000399 - Chia-sheng Chang

000400 - Chris Anderson

000401 - Jerry Isdale

000402 - London Hackspace (Russ Garrett)

000403 - James Edwards

000404 - Stephen Franklin

000405 - Steven Dick

000406 - Robin Thompson

000407 - Jimmy Harris

000408 - Shayne Young

000409 - Brian Jacoby

000410 - George Musser

000411 - Elias Kulukundis

000412 - Johannes Romir

000413 - Nicholas Gessler

000414 - Mubarak Dossary

000415 - Derek Hutchinson

000416 - Chris Snow

000417 - Mike Schroeder

000418 - Kai Backman

000419 - Martijn Elserman

000420 - Zach

000421 - Dave Casey

000422 - William Griffith

000423 - Jacques Gagnon

000424 - Douglas Jones

000425 - Matthew Olmstead

000426 - Will Lau

000427 - Frank Ahern

000428 - Steven Schnoebelen

000429 - Trevor Luscombe

000430 - Eric Smith

000431 - Benjamin Laird

000432 - Stephen Shorrock

000433 - Frank Bloom

000434 - Jason Otto

Bot 434 Lives(9/1/10)

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000435 - Andrew Rutter

000436 - Johan van Oostrum

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000437 - Edward Marschner

000438 - Ashley Harris

000439 - Matthew Kennedy - On thingiverse: RocketPropelledCarrot

000440 - Tom Kajihara

000441 - Thomas Mahady

000442 - Greg Randall

000443 - Matthew Procopation

000444 - Paul Pisiewicz

000445 - Jake Poznanski

000446 - Le Baron Ferguson

000447 - Ben Dwyer

000448 - beak90 4883535775_c956428146.jpg

000449 - Scott Bartlett

000450 - Tinsley Galyean

000451 - Franklin Stiltner

000452 - Joseph Deken

000453 - Nicolas Gravel

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000454 - Daniel Hainz

000455 - Martin Price

000456 - Rene Imboden

000457 - Jeff Pulver

000458 - John Gratton

000459 - Torleif Ceder

000460 - Bruce Carvalho

000461 - David Hall

000462 - Cheryl Goldsleger

000463 - Arthur Bronson

000464 - Dave Matsumoto

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000465 - MakerBlock - Bender

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000466 - Bruce Henshall

000467 - Paulo Kiefe

000468 - Troy Martin

000469 - Neil Underwood

000470 - Bryan Gray

000471 - Quenton Jones

000472 - Linus Aberg

000473 - Andrew Ragatz

000474 - Susan Melton

000475 - James Busch

000476 - SangBin Yim

000477 - Hektor Gibson

000478 - Walter Jaehnig

000479 - Anthony Zatelli

000480 - Steven Franklin

000481 - Tony Buser

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000482 - Daren Lewis

000483 - Matthew Gardiner

000484 - Lawrence Harris

000485 - Virgil Harrison-Place

000486 - Ryan Jones

000487 - Ryan Jones

000488 - Jarek Lupinski

000489 - Aaron Coonce

000490 - Ramon Coroso Gonzalez

000491 - Anthony Georges

000492 - Laura Kishore

000493 - Ray Higgott

Batch #10 Mid February 2010

000494 - Susan Raub

000495 - Florian Herzog

000496 - Alan Ford & Doug Gilliatt

000497 - Quentin Dewolf

000498 - Ward Henning

000499 - Michael Larson

000500 - Carl Hilt

000501 - Martin Loskyll

000502 - Tiburcio de la Carcova

000503 - Daniel Joseph

000504 - Loren Daane

000506 - Nicholas Vallidis

000507 - Nicholas Stedman

000508 - Hans Christian Gilje

000509 - David Baberski

000510 - Ferdinand Niedermann

000511 - Teresa Brubaker

000512 - David Kreml

000513 - Aron Igelstrom

000514 - Susan Margolis

000516 - Dominic Manzo

000517 - David Medvitz

000518 - Dion Burgoyne

000519 - Nancy Moses

000520 - Jon Trent

000521 - Dawn Grob

000522 - Monica Bunker

000524 - Shlomo Magdassi Yissum

000525 - Alice Liu

000526 - Johannes Lauesen

000527 - Clifford Peden

000528 - Simon Gornall

000529 - Brett Teper

000530 - Jan Schulte

000531 - Neilsen Garrett

000532 - Kasper Kock

000533 - Andre Schafia

000534 - Koki Tsukamoto

000535 - Hirotaka Osawa

000536 - Frederic Muller

000537 - Eiji Hasegawa

000538 - David Lee

000539 - Steven M. Keller

000540 - Hunter Ware

000541 - Jan Gjoseter

000542 - Christian Arno

000543 - Al Billings

Lives as one of a pair at Ace Monster Toys, the Oakland, California hackerspace.
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000544 - Michael Urhausen

000545 - Craig Link

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000546 - Juan Daniel Lopez Reyes

000547 - Shea Kang Ng

000548 - Travis Cadden

000549 - Colby Radmall

000550 - James Barrett

000551 - Len Trigg

000552 - Gregory Brucker

000553 - Horst Schreiber

000554 - Thomas Walters

000555 - Teri Baker

000556 - Mark Lee

000557 - Aaron Double

000558 - Tara Brown

000559 - Eric Stevens

000560 - Lisa Pongrace

000561 - Jonathan Gammell

000562 - Antonio M dos Santos Jr.

000563 - Bryan Hertz

000564 - Mats Skjelbred

000565 - Patrick Lie

000566 - Loic Dunand

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000567 - Ben McLuckie

000568 - Anthony Myatt

000569 - Greg Maisch

000570 - Jonathan Rothweiler

000571 - Donald Davenport

000572 - Patricia Hanna

000573 - Jonathan Tubb

000574 - Christopher Coleman

000575 - Dennisn Harboe

000576 - Roy Isserlis

000577 - C.S.P Gabinete de Medios

000578 - C.S.P Gabinete de Medios

000579 - Jack Horner

000580 - Eric Slight

000581 - Michael Urhausen

000582 - Theo Reichel

000583 - Huib Van Geertruy

000584 - Boris Camelo

000585 - Nate Briggs

000586 - Henry Herman

000587 - Richard Kaye

000588 - Jack Ailes

000589 - Jack Brinkman

000590 - Ron Rohde

000591 - Thomas Sebastian

000592 - Sergio Alvarez

000593 - Phillip Showers

000594 - Michael Ferguson

000595 - Chris Connors

000596 - Peter Marriott

000597 - James Budworth

000598 - Michael Gividen

000599 - Topher Mullard

000600 - Le Garage Esadse

000601 - David Clark

000602 - David Foor (cupcake lasercut parts)

000603 - Lauren Hoselton

000604 - Ryan Quinn

000605 - Edward Mitchell

000606 - Matteo Tamboli

000607 - Cory Becker

000608 - Peer Bentzen

000609 - David Wang

000610 - Luke Metz

000611 - Peter Boldsen

000612 - Klaus Haarmann

000613 - Joseph Ting

000614 - Enrique Muyshondt

000615 - Matthias Berse

000616 - Gunnar Jul Sand

000617 - John Wasser

000618 - Luigi Cellini

000619 - William Byrd

000620 - Stanley Seibert

000621 - James Letwin

000622 - Donald Mettenburg

000623 - Jonathan Rivera

000624 - Jeremy Eckert

000625 - Gunther Golles

000626 - Lee Tutt

000627 - Christian Fortin

000628 - Rudi Kroeker

000629 - Greg Simmons

000630 - John Leibowitz

000631 - Clinton Rinehart

000632 - Keith McCleary

000633 - Thomas Gilley

000634 - Stuart McDiarmid

000635 - David Hernando

000636 - Yusuke Yumae

000637 - Yusuke Yumae

000638 - Yusuke Yumae

000639 - Yusuke Yumae

000640 - Yusuke Yumae

Batch #11 Ship Date: March 18, 2010

000641 - Drew Echerd

000642 - Ole Heinzow

000643 - Michael Opar

000644 - Bill Chappell

000645 - J. Little

000646 - Michael Vogler

000647 - Wouter Robers

000648 - Alexandre Evangelista

000649 - Stephan Watterott

000650 - Ken Enloe

000651 - Jason Howland

000652 - Roger Walsberg

000653 - Russ Horton

000654 - Shun W. Piong

000655 - Danny Cherian

000656 - Maranda Arnold

000657 - Joshua DiMauro

000658 - Alex Boukas

000659 - Malcolm Nixon- Thomas Charron

000660 - Joshua Burne [http://one9.blog.com]

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000661 - Sam Elzarian

000662 - Alessandro Argentini

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000664 - Thalia Musa Ramirez

000665 - Donna Foreman-Braun

000667 - Sam Cervantes

000668 - Ebnother Yves

000669 - Eric Von Hippel

000670 - Arend Smit

000671 - Peter Hill

000672 - Chris Kraft

000673 - Johannes Albertus Maria

000674 - Douglas Pichler

000675 - Anita Ege- Edwardsen

000676 - Steven Weaving

000677 - Charles Forster

000678 - Kyle Wiens

000679 - Sin Ming Loo

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000683 - Paul Lopes

000684 - Joseph Allen

000685 - Nathan McKeeth

000686 - Dore Mark

000687 - Thomas Brighton

000688 - Aaron Kondziela

000689 - Pete Stock

000690 - Gregory Hilbert

000691 - Shawn Marshall

000692 - Stephen Thomas

000693 - Ivan Locke

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000697 - Dave Plassman

000698 - Bell Kin

000699 - Silvio Santos

000700 - Alex Nguyen

000701 - Laurie Swales

000702 - Paula Gardener

000703 - Marc Wettstein

000704 - Sven Hinz

000705 - Tobias Nurmiranta

000706 - Michael Prescott

000707 - John Weismiller

000708 - Clive Hui

000709 - Christian Gast

000710 - Nicholas Nafpliotis

000711 - Henrik Nylund

000712 - Erik Roby

000713 - Leo Berkenbile

000714 - Alan Raisanen

000715 - Lucinda Wilson

000716 - Kristin OBrien

000717 - Nathan Thompson

000718 - David Nichols

000719 - Earl Green

000720 - Gordon Walton

000721 - Paul Dubinsky

000722 - Dave Colburn

000723 - Peter Madsen

000724 - Pilar Bernd

000725 - Chris Deadlock

000726 - Andreas Riese

000727 - James Montgomery

000728 - JN Hansen

000729 - Paul Keeler

000730 - Erik Anderson

000731 - Adrian DuPre

000732 - Greg Wiessner

000733 - John Board

000734 - Jacqueline Woodyard

000735 - Nancy Hagans

000736 - Todd Sampson

000737 - Sherrie Seybold

000738 - Harvey Allison

000739 - Robert Ranta

000740 - George Hampton

000741 - James Jacoby

000742 - Mark Philipp

000743 - Jaime Rodgers

000744 - Scott Ellis

000745 - Jesse Arnett

000746 - Dominic Skrade

000747 - Michael Groenke

000748 - Patricia Fields

000749 - James Markosky

000750 - David Masselink

000751 - Christopher Dollery

000752 - Bhavin Shah

000753 - Joseph Osentowski

000754 - Marc Cryan

000755 - Pierre Kaiser

000756 - Dragos Ruiu

000757 - Daphnie Tan

000758 - Brian Wells

000759 - David Curtis

000760 - Andreas Fink

000761 - Gil Naor

000762 - David Aronoff

000763 - Marleen Vogelaar

000764 - Dragos Ruiu

000765 - Nathaniel Westheimer

000766 - Jari Tapani

000767 - Jari Tapani

000768 - Matt Mullenweg

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000771 - Alex Emond

000772 - Brad Fayette

000773 - Sunida Khowprayun

000774 - Steve Jasik

000775 - Pierre Kaiser

000776 - Ryan Miller

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000779 - Eleanor Burns

000780 - Wayne Kirchstein

000781 - Mark S

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000786 - James Winward

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000896 - Paul Ritter's Makerbot Ellie A

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Check out the entire build of Ellie at http://www3.telus.net/PORitter/Concept_Launch_Engineer/MakerBot/MakerBot.html
Don't miss the 1MinuteMakerbot time lapse build video:
http://www3.telus.net/PORitter/Concept_Launch_Engineer/MakerBot/Pages/1MinuteMakerbot.html

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Batch #13 - Ship Date April 2010

001000 - Isaac Dietz "Bot1000" MBI HQ Brooklyn, NY.

001013 - Gaelen Hadlett

001024 - MiseryBot On Thingiverse On YouTube

001034 - Brian Pierce, This cupcake is the tallest print record holder!

001071 - Pallas Informatik, Denmark

001095 - Matthew Minuti, NH, USA.

001275 - Daniel T. Staal

001127 - Andrew Nicholson

001136 - John Abella

001143 - G-MAKERBOT, located in Vienna, Austria. Contact: @pscht

001145 - MERCURY - PaulC, Bothell, WA

001147 - Mitch Cerroni - twitter

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001154 - Nat Ward

001161 - Graham MacD

001283 - Karl Rutz in Northfield, Minnesota

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Batch #14 - Ship Date May 2010

001290 - Wajazn

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001292 - Mike Thomson

001296 - Robert Claydon Toowoomba Qld Australia ua.moc.gpt|ctobor#ua.moc.gpt|ctobor

001308 - Bronco Systems ApS, Denmark

001316 - Brandon Paton, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

001322 - Koen Kooi

001328 - Andreas Vogt aka Protonite

001405 - Vanderbilt University, ISIS

001435 - Michael Givens

001447 - Elchemi Education, Singapore [http://www.elchemi.net]

001452 - Alex Willisson, Cambridge, MA (MIT)

001460 - Marty Ewer in Salt Lake City, Utah

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The "Grey Ghost" (named after my Schwinn Stingray that I had in the 70s) is mildly modified with gray paint, relocated extruder board, rotated motherboard (so the "Ethernet" cable is easier to hook up, the power supply cable doesn't have to stretch so far, and the SD card slot faces the front), heavy-duty extruder cables, and moderate cable management.

001479 - Gian Pablo Villamil in San Francisco, another modified Makerbot. Making a Makerbot

Batch #15 - Ship Date June 2010

001595 - Martin Bogomolni, in Austin TX [http://www.atxhackerspace.org/wiki/MakerBot]

001616 - The Transmogrifier, owned by Will and Lila in NYC

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001655 - Machining Lab, McCoy School of Engineering, Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, TX

001688 - Gertrude. Care & Feeding by Sean O'Steen, Pleasant Hill, CA

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001720 Discobot !! Andrew Murdoch in San Francisco.

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Movie !! ;)

001727 - Anderson Ta

001756 - Hock Ng

001768 - RollsBot at the Research & Technology departement, Rolls-Royce Marine Propulsion, Ulsteinvik Norway.

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Assembled by: Leif Rune Solås, Andre Remme, Mark Winter and Mette Lokna Nedreberg

001797 - My Bot while it was still in the hospital shortly after it was born.100mediaimag0048.jpgimag0121e.jpg

Frank Cox

001831 - David VanHoose

Batch #16

001914 VEB Karl Marx || Markus Klink, Hamburg, Germany

001950 - 'MegsBot' MissMegs - Tasmania, Australia

001970 - "Hippie Love Machine" - Robert Smith-Anderson

002203 - "Z-I MakerBot" - Z Inventions Technologies, Corvallis Oregon USA Z Inventions MakerBot Blog! - Recently updated to Gen4 electronics and MK7 Stepstruder!!!

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002005 - Nich Jolley - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia flickr:5050156658

002018 - Derek Tsan - University of British Columbia, Canada

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002027 - "TakuBot" - Takuya Yamaguchi - Kyoto, Japan

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002067 - Bryan Monti - Long Island, First 16 year old on my block to buy and build one of these epic beasts!! (will post a pic in a couple of days).

002151 - Minipimmer (UPC Catalonia)

002182 - "Das Bot" Ralph Schneider, Tübingen, Germany

002217 - David Mesker

002199 - "THX-2199" - gbward, Milford, CT (Cupcake Basic)

002219 - Cyndi, Charles Shapiro, Avondale Estates, GA (Cupcake Ultimate)

A good build experience, with only minor troubles.
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002230 - LVL1 - Louiville's Hackerspace

002240 - DLPlanes

Check out pictures and info of my MakerBot-
MakerBot's 002240 Website

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002247 - nycdesigner

002281 - Defiant Zombie

002338 - Cupcake "Blue BunnieBot" Ultimate. Janet Chao, apprentice ocularist/anaplastologist (Sacramento, CA).

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(After July 2011, Blue BunnieBot uses a new power supply along with a Gen4 motherboard. Everything else is still Gen3.)

002357 - Ash Kalb, Brooklyn, NY, IL.

002367 - Lives in Rio de Janeiro with Sergio Oehler

002385 - Pembroke High School, Pembroke MA Pemtech

002395 - Denoyer-Geppert Science Company, Skokie, IL.

This MakerBot was bought and built by the person who lives with MakerBot #2338. It brought a lot of excitement to the office and now shares a room with the cat and two humans.

002447 - Iván Fernández "merlucin" from Spontz and Redsauce

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After visiting the barcelona's FabLab, I decided to buy one of the last cupcakes, which went to Spain and served as introduction to the 3D printing world. It brought many happy moments to me and my family, and many discussions too.

My objective is to build a RepRap using pieces produced by this machine but in the meantime it prints lots of parts pertaining to these designs that some time ago crossed my mind and I never though that were going to be real.

This was the best thing I bought in many years. Now almost a half of the printer has been replaced by parts printed by itself.

002494 - Has moved to a home with #1136, and the two are both being upgraded extensively.

002509 - Whosawhatsis

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Heavily modified and used to produce the first Reprap Wallace.

002534 - Brian Enigma (website, Thingiverse). Also: Replicator #7555, below.

002662 - Will be working with #719

002733 - David Mesker

002943 - technophobe - Ultimate kit, part of the closeout sale - assembly timelapse.

002950 - Shane Graber - Ultimate kit, part of the Father's Day closeout sale - (website, Thingiverse)

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Makerbot Thing-O-Matics

#??? MakerBlock's prototype Thing-O-Matic "Flexo"

#??? Andrew Plumb's prototype Thing-O-Matic: flickr:5317245498

003008 David Neff's Thing-O-Matic flickr:5245669292

#??? Detlef Grohs' Thing-o-Matic My%20Thing-o-Matic.jpg

003031 Ron Wensley

003253 Brian, Allan & CJ Stott - Pittsburgh, PA

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Thing-O-Matic: 'Goobot' purchased USED July 2011 from original builder (2010) and owner/seller: g00bd0g (Gabriel DeVault)

003675 Brian, Allan & CJ Stott - Pittsburgh, PA

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Thing-O-Matic: 'TOM' Built by Allan (13), CJ (11) & Dad (old) in March 2011

003413 David Snell - Constructed June 2011

003585 TATSUYA SAWAKOSHI Osaka,Japan

003601 SparkySD - Built April-May 2011

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003855 Sebastian Gruber (MRP High Performance Germany) - Built Oct 2011

for prototyping 2-stroke racing parts.
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003869 Andrew Addison - Built April 2011. Rebuilt in acrylic plastic. Using Jetty firmware. Rebuilt lowrider.

004084 Philip McCormack Built May 28, 2011 in Ireland : flickr:6082491589

004190 'TK-421' Built by John Biehler on June 21, 2011 in Vancouver, BC, Canada: 5875140581_5386ea0a86_d.jpg

004477 - Nick Tuttle (Thingiverse). Also Replicator #7560, below.

004820 "Ella Guru" A math teacher trying to get kids into my favorite subject. Fall River, Massachusetts

004838 Herón Ordóñez & Cynthia Glasserman - Built June 2011, Monterrey, México

005290 "UZI" Built by Derek Mellott. Gibbons, Alberta, Canada.

Won in the MakerBot Challenge on Instructables.com

006514 "Eye-Bot" - Eric Lindsey and Janet Chao of Phillip A. Danz and Associates. Sacramento, CA

We primarily make prosthetic eyes here but we're beginning to experiment with digital techniques for the fabrication of facial prostheses. We hope to use the Eye-Bot to print molds for silicone prostheses.

006340 Aaron Ciuffo - Received December 2011 - Build Log

006521 Bradley Wong - Tustin, California - Received December 2011

006619 Josh Kittle - Gahanna, Ohio - December 2011 'Birthday and Xmas Present' : flickr:6692761969

006696 Pacific University Physics Department (contact: Andrew Dawes) - Forest Grove, Oregon - January 2012. This MakerBot will be used in physics teaching, machine shop, and research projects. It is also available to the entire campus community.

007084 Joseph Chiu - Pasadena, CA - January 2012 - A late Christmas / early birthday present (just like with James #7121). I've been waiting a decade to have my own FDM printer. I was ready to pay $5,000 back in 2005 when Desktop Factory announced their printer. Glad to have my ToM! My 3D Printing Blog

007121 James Armstrong - Charleston, SC - January 2012 'Christmas Present to myself' Best thing ever!: flickr:6940018073

Makerbot Replicators

007555 - Brian Enigma (website, Thingiverse). Also: Cupcake Ultimate #2534, above.

007560 - Nick Tuttle (Thingiverse). Also TOM #4477, above.

009141 - Kirk Weatherman, KTS Labs, PA

010094 - John Abella (website) - See also: Cupcake #1136 and #2494.

Scratch Built Makerbots

SBM0001 - Nathaniel Poate

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SBM000002 - [CidVilas] <- Jaime Samayoa

SBM0003 - [MakerGear] Rick Pollack

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SBM0004 - Ethan Dicks

SBM0005 - Matt Westervelt - Milo

SBM0006 - Matthew Wilson - Theo

This is the Makerbot that we build at AS220 Labs. All the guts are official MakerBot parts. We cut the case on our lasercuttter at AS220 Labs.

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SBM0008 - Technicians at the University of Plymouth Faculty of Technology

After a demo by SBM0001 it was decieded that the technicians should have a go at building one. This is the result -> SBM0008

SBM0009 - Leland Sindt - OakBot 2010-04-23%2016.21.10.jpg

SBM0010 - Martin Bogomolni - Built using a sanguino board, parts sourced from SparkFun and MakerBot. [http://www.igotu.com/makerbot]

SBM0011 - Vernon Barry - Built using some genuine Makerbot parts, custom case cut by Doug Fennell, extra tall build area 170mm provide by using the 200mm version of the Kysan Z motor #1040104

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Makerbot Built Makerbots

MBM001 first makerbot built with a makerbot

MBM002 should be done by the end of the week. still have a few more parts to print but its coming along nicely.it will be documented here when i get a chance. nam-num

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Bibliography
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