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MakerBot's composite materials will create things you'll want to keep

Mat Smith, @thatmatsmith
January 8, 2015
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Enough with the primary-colored plastic trinkets. When can we start printing things we want? Things we'll use? While we're still not quite there, MakerBot's recently announced composite materials might get us closer. We talked to MakerBot's Director of Product Anthony Moschella about a year in 3D printing. He told us about the "chain of pain" that once was getting an idea or a design from brain to reality, how MakerBot's trying to smooth that process, and we sniffed a pseudo-maplewood hammer. For a reason. Watch it unfold below.

In Conversation with Anthony Moschella

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