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#2  
That looks nice, but I think if I am not mistaken, you have to wait a YEAR until it is delivered.
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Belgium
#3  
and if they reach the death line to have enough money.
#4  
Best thing I can say is don't jump for a " new" to the market 3d printer. I have and it was a rough first printer experience. Makerbot was a much better option. There's no harm in buying slightly used. The retail price of the machines are usually much more than the sum of its parts.
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Belgium
#5  
i wonder what happens whit your donation if they dont reach the death line.
are you loosing your donation?
#6  
you can now purchase Makerbot 3d printers from Home Depot. Was just announced recently.
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Belgium
#7  
hi robohappy

what cost the makerbot3?
#8  
I believe its going for about $2900.00. Seems a bit steep price to me.
#9  
it would be worth looking at. its not an easy thing to get a printer working well.

I would go with the makerbot 2 over the 2x or 3. The 2 is solid. The 2x that I have access to has issues all of the time.
#10  
I won't be buying a 3d printer until a) they are as cheap as fridge and b) they are as reliable as a fridge... The technology needs to mature somewhat still....
#11  
The 3 D printer is only part of the overall package that is needed. You also need a 3 D design program to build your parts as well as a good slicer to create the image in a format that the 3 D printer can use. While waiting for a low cost dependable printer ones time could be spent in learning/mastering a 3 D design program.