MakerBot has fixed some major issues and upgraded some key aspects of its technology with the latest version of its flagship desktop 3D printer, the Replicator+.

The company claims the MakerBot Replicator+ prints 30% faster than its predecessor and that it has a 25% larger build volume — an area of 11.6-in. x 7.6-in x 6.5-in. The machine’s gantry and z-stage rails, on which the print head moves back and forth and side to side, were also redesigned for greater precision and reliability, according to MakerBot.

MakerBot Replicator+ 3D Printer MakerBot

The Replicator+’s gantry and z-stage rails, on which the print head moves back and forth and side to side, were redesigned for greater precision and reliability.

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