Amazon Has a 3D Printer Section Now

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3D printers just got a little more mainstream. Amazon has now opened its own 3D Printer page for the sale of printers and filaments so you can get all that jazz shipped right to your door with the greatest of ease.


Amazon is peddling the MakerBot Replicator 2, Afinia 3D Printer H-Series, 3D Systems' Cubify (not available), fabbster 3D Printer, Airwolf3D, and a couple of Chinese models as well as well as filament—both ABS and PLA varieties. You can also pick up books, CAD software, and other assorted parts there too.

It's just one small step to bigger 3d printer adoption; this doesn't make them any cheaper. But it's never been easier to pick one up if you're in the market. [3Ders via Ed Lewis]

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Greg the Mad

Why are those printers that expensive anyway?

The structure always looks so simple and cheap, what part(s) is is that makes them cost 1k+?

Or is it really only patents and royalties that make them that expansive?