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Fisher Unitech to offer Makerbot 3D printer portfolio line

Fisher Unitech will now be offering the popular Makerbot 3D printer line to their customers, expanding offerings and widening their customer profile.


Fisher Unitech, LLC, a leading reseller of 3D printing and engineering software and services, has recently announced they will be carrying the popular Makerbot product line—a hobbyist 3D printing lineup that has been hot in the market from essentially the beginning.

Fisher Unitech has been one of the top Stratasys professional 3D printing resellers in the world for over 18 years, says the company, and the addition of Makerbot greatly expands the types of individuals they are able to assist.

Excitement for Makerbot

“We are excited to start offering MakerBot printers,” said Nick Licari, 3D Printing Services Manager at Fisher Unitech. “The addition of the MakerBot line really completes the range of 3D printing products we can provide and opens up an avenue for us to help those looking to break into 3D printing without breaking the bank.”

Makerbot 3D printers are desktop accessible printers that utilize Fusion Deposition Modeling (FDM) technology to extrude plastic that builds layers upon layers of material until a part is complete.

01 - The Makerbot Replicator is just one of the desktop 3D printer models that Fisher Unitech will now be offering. (image: Makerbot)

01 – The Makerbot Replicator is just one of the desktop 3D printer models that Fisher Unitech will now be offering. (image: Makerbot)

The Makerbot printer line provides excellent portability and is easy to use. Due to these types of reasons, including cost for entry-level 3D printing, the Makerbot line has been popular for smaller office settings and firms just getting started with 3d printing workflows. Fisher Unitech will be offering the Makerbot 3D printers themselves as well as the PLA filament that they utilize.

To learn more about Makerbot 3D printers visit them here.

About Fisher Unitech

Fisher Unitech, established in 1993, provides advanced technology solutions to discrete manufacturing companies. The company’s mission is to help companies manufacture innovations that will change the world. The technology applications offered focus on design, engineering, 3D Printing and additive manufacturing. Professional services are offered for design automation and data management which provides customers with a full service, one-stop source for complex PLM systems. The company offers advanced web-based delivery of education programs with its interactive, instructor-led 3DU. Please visit the company’s website at ( or call 800-816-8314.

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