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The consumer-grade printer can hook up to any computer and "prints" three-dimensional objects. The device was created by a Brooklyn-based company of the same name two years ago.
The MakerBot retails for about $1,300 and gives "anybody with a computer and an idea the same creative horsepower, and artists are beginning to take notice," Melena Ryzik wrote in a recent New York Times article.
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