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MakerBot Replicator+

$3,373.65
MakerBot Replicator+
91
Reviews
102 Reviews + 6 Awards
69
Features
Good Features
96
Popularity
Very Popular
60
Value for Money
Good
83
Age
2 Years Old
78
Kagoo Score
Very Good
Our Verdict:
A multi award winning but 2 year old Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3D printer, with an Editor's Choice award from three expert review websites and 3 further awards from other expert sites.
Digitaltrends.com Editor's Choice PC Mag Editor's Choice tomsguide.com Editor's Choice lydogbillede.dk Best in Test 4 Star
295 X 195 X 165 Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) No No Sep 2016
Maximum Build Size (WxDxH) Print Technology Engraver Module Card Reader Integrated Release Date
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With outstanding reviews, we have ranked the MakerBot Replicator+ number 6 across all 3D printers.

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91
Reviews
69
Features
96
Popularity
60
Value for Money
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Age

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Kagoo Score

Why Has it Scored 78?

It has good expert reviews and great user reviews with 75% of buyers recommending this 3D printer to others. This 3D printer has received six awards including an "Editor's Choice" award from PC Mag plus two other sites and more industry awards from Lydogbillede.dk plus two other sites. Looking across the entire Flashforge 3D printer range, the average reviews for all Flashforge 3D printers are also excellent.
It is over 2 years old and it is likely that newer 3D printers with better features are available. However this MakerBot 3D printer has good reviews so it may still be worth considering. View the latest 3D printers 2018.
The Replicator+ has some good features, but is also missing a couple of features:

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Average Review Score

3.9 stars (102 reviews)

38%

of Customers Would Recommend
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3 Editor's Choice Awards

This 3D printer has received an Editor's Choice Award from expert review sites PC Mag, tomsguide.com and Digitaltrends.com.
Editor's Choice from PC Mag Editor's Choice from tomsguide.com Editor's Choice from Digitaltrends.com

2 Best in Test Awards

The MakerBot Replicator+ has received a Best in Test Award from expert review sites ljudochbild.se and Lydogbilde.no.
Best in Test from ljudochbild.se Best in Test from Lydogbilde.no

Best in Test 4 Star Award

This 3D printer has received a Best in Test 4 Star Award from lydogbillede.dk.
Best in Test 4 Star from lydogbillede.dk

What Are People Saying About the MakerBot Replicator+?

Size and Weight
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Ease of Use
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Features
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Price
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Noise Level
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Connectivity
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5 Out of 10 Customers Thought it Was Not Priced Reasonably

Seven people thought that the MakerBot Replicator+ was expensive.

  • ... that the RX100 is a fantastic camera with better specs, but it is also more expensive and physically larger. The size difference is not huge, but I wanted ...
    BioBlair - Bhphotovideo.com 23 Mar 2014
  • ... print quality. Can't print tall objects. Noisy during operation. Relatively expensive filament. The 3D printer has a build platform the size of a loaf ...
    PC Mag 15 Sep 2015
  • ... quiet. Printer setup through MakerBot Mobile app can be tricky. Somewhat pricey filament.
    PC Mag 29 Oct 2016
  • ... software. No support for third-party filament. Some print glitche. Rather expensive. Lightweight and comfortable to wear. Fast performance thanks to the ...
    tomsguide.com 25 Oct 2016
  • Seven People Thought This 3D Printer Was Reliable

    Several people thought that the MakerBot Replicator+ was reliable and well made.

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    Reliable
    4 people agree
    No people disagree
  • ... Replicator Mini desktop 3D printers. The company claims the new Smart Extruder+ provides a more reliable printing process for its fuse...
    digitalartsonline.co.uk 19 Feb 2016
  • ... Mini desktop 3D printers. The company claims the new Smart Extruder+ provides a more reliable printing process for its fused... MakerBot's customer base ...
    computerworld.com 18 Feb 2016
  • The prints great quality pieces! More than I expected and very reliable! Glad I purchased it!
    TrainLoverRich - Bestbuy.com 24 Nov 2017
  • This is an amazing, reliable camera, with a great image processor. Image stabilization and low light capability combine to generate beautiful sharp images. ...
    GriffithsAtlanta - Bhphotovideo.com 15 Jun 2015
  • View All Reviews About Reliable
    Well Made
    3 people agree
    No people disagree
    10 Out of 10 People Thought it Had a Battery That Did Not Last Very Long

    Five people thought that the MakerBot Replicator+ had a bad battery life.

  • ... Display is not superbright. No true waterproofing. Lack of GPS. Battery life is still an issue. Faster than original. More affordable than Series 2. Lacks ...
    tomsguide.com 25 Oct 2016
  • ... video capabilities are phenomenal for a camera of this size. Battery life isn't the greatest, but it's a small camera, so I just remember to keep it charged...
    Drew - Bhphotovideo.com 7 Sep 2015
  • ... not on. Canon software sometimes is too smart for it's on good.The battery life is not great. Not really a ding as I don't expect perfection with the screen ...
    Aging Photofan - Bhphotovideo.com 24 Jun 2015
  • ... for the price that I have purchased in a while, however the battery life is absolutely terrible! I would recommend looking for another alternative Point ...
    Indigo Verse - Bhphotovideo.com 17 Dec 2014
  • The Majority of Owners Thought it Was a Good Size

    Several people thought that the MakerBot Replicator+ was compact, was a good size and was very easy to carry around.

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    Compact
    9 people agree
    No people disagree
  • ... on the Canon S120. Many review sites list the best compact camera as the Sony RX100 (currently $$) or the Sony RX100 II (currently $$). I agree that the ...
    BioBlair - Bhphotovideo.com 23 Mar 2014
  • ... until then the battery is still a problem. I would still recommend the camera to anybody looking for a good compact...
    Eoin - Bhphotovideo.com 26 Mar 2014
  • This is a very compact point and shoot that takes excellent pictures. It's small enough to fit into your pants pocket and works in all environments. It's ...
    Franco - Bhphotovideo.com 8 Jun 2015
  • The S120 is a feature rich compact that produces high quality images. This is my fourth Canon and a great little camera. The body is textured plastic with ...
    Great Outdoors - Bhphotovideo.com 29 Dec 2013
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    A Good Size
    7 people agree
    2 people disagree
    Really Easy to Carry Around
    3 people agree
    No people disagree
    More Than 10 People Thought it Had a Good Design

    Several people thought that the MakerBot Replicator+ was good-looking and well designed.

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    Good-Looking
    7 people agree
    No people disagree
  • ... has created a line of 3D printers that come in various sizes, from very big to pretty small. The Replicator is the smallest of the three Replicators sold ...
    toptenreviews.com 5 Apr 2013
  • ... small size makes it a good travel point and shoot camera. Skin tones look good for portraits. The camera has more features than you can use. Going deeper ...
    AV Tom - Bhphotovideo.com 8 Mar 2014
  • ... body is textured plastic with a clean and purposeful appearance that easily fits into a shirt or pant pocket. It has a refined in hand feel and straightforward ...
    Great Outdoors - Bhphotovideo.com 29 Dec 2013
  • ... printing and it's not far from that. I expected to have play around a little - after all this is pretty cutting edge technology, but it really was easy. ...
    Yann - Amazon.co.uk 29 Aug 2014
  • View All Reviews About Appearance
    Well Designed
    3 people agree
    No people disagree
    More Than 10 People Thought the MakerBot Replicator+ Was Not Difficult to Use

    Several people thought that the MakerBot Replicator+ was really easy to use, had good controls and was easy to setup.

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    Really Easy to Use
    10 people agree
    2 people disagree
  • ... produces good quality prints at an impressive speed, and the software that runs the printer is easy to use and can run multiple devices. That would make ...
    tomsguide.com 25 Oct 2016
  • ... printer for a while and MakerBot seem to be the leading brand. Firstly it's really easy to use. They claim one touch printing and it's not far from that. ...
    Yann - Amazon.co.uk 29 Aug 2014
  • ... still, but the shots look like they werre lit when they were not! As I said it is easy to use and understand. I did print up the manual and read it on ...
    Dad of two - Bhphotovideo.com 26 Oct 2013
  • ... I would take a lot of photos. I was very happily surprised! The camera is very easy to use and turned out to be a blessing. I had given my old camera to ...
    Dad of two - Bhphotovideo.com 26 Oct 2013
  • View All Reviews About Easy to Use
    Has Good Controls
    4 people agree
    4 people disagree
    Easy to Setup
    3 people agree
    No people disagree
    9 Out of 10 People Thought This 3D Printer Had Well Executed Technical Features

    Several people thought that the MakerBot Replicator+ had good features and had an outstanding display.

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    Has Good Features
    7 people agree
    No people disagree
  • ... to generate beautiful sharp images. But the best feature of this camera is that it has complete manual capability, allowing lots of creativity. And when ...
    GriffithsAtlanta - Bhphotovideo.com 15 Jun 2015
  • The S120 is a feature rich compact that produces high quality images. This is my fourth Canon and a great little camera. The body is textured plastic with ...
    Great Outdoors - Bhphotovideo.com 29 Dec 2013
  • ... What is amazing is that Canon has managed to produce a small camera with some excellent features allowing for photos that are very good considering the cameras compact size ...
    Critical user - Bhphotovideo.com 21 Nov 2015
  • ... small full feature camera for travel.This fits the bill if you want advanced features in a small truly pocketable camera...
    Ken - Bhphotovideo.com 11 Jan 2016
  • View All Reviews About Feature
    Has a Very Good Display
    6 people agree
    2 people disagree
    Five People Thought it Was Not Easily Connectable to Other Devices

    Several people thought that the MakerBot Replicator+ was bad in terms of connectivity and didn't have gps.

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    Bad in Terms of Connectivity
    3 people agree
    No people disagree
  • ... size of a loaf of bread, so you can create larger objects. The connectivity is limited to one option. The MakerBot Replicator is the most fullfeatured ...
    PC Mag 15 Sep 2015
  • ... size of a loaf of bread, so you can create larger objects. The connectivity is limited to one option.
    toptenreviews.com 4 Apr 2013
  • ... size of a loaf of bread, so you can create larger objects. The connectivity is limited to one option. The MakerBot Replicator is the most fullfeatured ...
    gadgetshow.channel5.com 25 Mar 2013
  • View All Reviews About Connectivity
    Doesn't Have Gps
    2 people agree
    No people disagree
    One Owner Thought it Was Good When it Came to Technical Guidance
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    Four People Thought the MakerBot Replicator+ Was Not OK When it Came to Noise Level

    Several people thought that the MakerBot Replicator+ was noisy and wasn't quiet.

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    Noisy
    2 people agree
    1 person disagrees
  • ... set up and use. Very good print quality. Can't print tall objects. Noisy during operation. Relatively expensive filament. The 3D printer has a build platform ...
    PC Mag 15 Sep 2015
  • ... set up and use. Very good print quality. Can't print tall objects. Noisy during operation. Relatively expensive filament. The 3D printer has a build platform ...
    gadgetshow.channel5.com 25 Mar 2013
  • View All Reviews About Noisy
    Not Quiet
    2 people agree
    1 person disagrees
    Some People Thought This 3D Printer Had a Poor Capacity

    Two people thought that the MakerBot Replicator+ didn't have a big capacity.

  • ... maximum build speed of 200 millimeters per second. This 3D printer does not have the capacity to use a flash drive.
    toptenreviews.com 4 Apr 2013
  • ... maximum build speed of 200 millimeters per second. This 3D printer does not have the capacity to use a flash drive.
    PC Mag 23 Jun 2014
  • Three People Thought it Has Good Print Quality

    Three people thought that the MakerBot Replicator+ had great print quality.

  • ... Replicator 2X ($2,799) can print plastic objects in two colors. Print quality is generally good, for both two-color and monochrome objects, but a poorly ...
    PC Mag 22 Jun 2014
  • ... build area, and workflow solutions for professionals...Easy to use. Very good print quality. User-friendly yet powerful software. Prints via USB. Ethernet, ...
    PC Mag 29 Oct 2016
  • ... extruder. Prints via USB. Ethernet, and Wi-Fi. Easy to set up and use. Very good print quality. Can't print tall objects. Noisy during operation. Relatively ...
    gadgetshow.channel5.com 25 Mar 2013
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    Features

    Key Features

    Average Maximum Layer Thickness
    Average Minimum Layer Thickness
    Average Maximum Layer Thickness

    The MakerBot Replicator+'s maximum layer thickness of 0.3mm is pretty typical compared to most other 3D printers. It is in the biggest 52% of all 3D printers when ordered by this feature.

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    Average Minimum Layer Thickness

    The MakerBot Replicator+'s minimum layer thickness of 0.1mm is fairly standard compared to most other 3D printers. It is in the thickest 70% of all 3D printers when ranked by this feature.

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    Popularity

    Popularity

    The MakerBot Replicator+ is currently ranked number 6 across all 3D printers.
    60
    Value for Money

    Value for Money

    We determine value for money by calculating a quality score for each product based on its reviews, features and age, and then comparing this quality score to the product price. A 3D printer with a high quality score and low price will get a good value for money score.

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    Release Date

    This 3D printer was released in September 2016.

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    Manufacturer's Description

    Faster, Easier, Quieter 3D Printing and a 22% Bigger Build Volume.

    The all-new MakerBot Replicator+ combines unparalleled performance with superior results and lasting reliability. Re-engineered and tested for over 380,000+ hours, the Replicator+ prints high-quality concept models faster, easier, and with a 22% bigger build volume than it's predecessor. For greater reliability, the Smart Extruder+ comes standard and key components within the printer are redesigned with stiffer materials and a sturdier construction.With MakerBot's powerful workflow tools, the Replicator+ streamlines desktop 3D printing for professionals and educators. MakerBot Print software allows you to import native CAD files, like assemblies and parts, remotely manage all connected printers over the Cloud, and optimize prints for speed and quality.

    ALL-NEW FEATURES

    Engineered and extensively tested to print faster, easier, and more reliably with a bigger build volume.

    Approximately 30% faster print time than the MakerBot Replicator Desktop 3D Printer (5th Generation).

    Print up to 11.6 by 7.6 by 6.3 22% larger than the MakerBot Replicator, for printing a bigger model or more prints at one time.

    Extensive printer and subsystem testing of 380,000+ hours across multiple facilities over the course of development ensures reliable, high-quality performance.

    For improved reliability and precision the gantry and Z-stage are redesigned with stiffer materials and a sturdier construction.

    Better print adhesion and easier removal using the Flex Build Plate with Grip Build Surface. Prints adhere better to new Grip Build Surface resulting in reduced warping and curling. No blue tape required.

    Factory-leveled so the printer doesn t need to be leveled out of the box.

    On-board LCD screen supports 8 languages: English, Spanish, Italian, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Chinese.

    Compatible with Tough PLA Filament Bundle. Created so engineers and designers can print durable, high-impact strength prototypes and fixtures.

    - 28% Quieter printing allows for a more focused environment.

    STANDARDIZED FEATURES

    Easy, Accessible 3D Printing.

    The swappable MakerBot Smart Extruder+ is designed and tested to provide better performance over a longer period of time.

    On-board camera for remote monitoring with 640x480 resolution.

    Full-color LCD display for easy interaction and configuration of your printer.

    Connect to the MakerBot Replicator+ using Wi.

    Fi, USB stick, USB cable, or Ethernet.

    Although factory-leveled, if you do need to level, the convenient assisted leveling streamlines maintenance.

    MakerBot MakerCare Preferred provides an even higher level of service and support from the people who know your product best. MakerCare basic is also available.

    CONNECT TO POWERFUL WORKFLOW TOOLS

    Combines with powerful workflow tools to streamline the 3D printing process.

    Get up and running faster with the guided wireless setup via MakerBot Mobile.

    Save time and reduce the number of files to manage by printing directly from Native CAD file formats in MakerBot Print.

    This feature also eliminates the need to convert files to an STL format and any possible file conversion errorsAdditional features available in MakerBot Print:.

    Efficiently Auto Arrange Prints.

    New Print Preview.

    Redesigned Breakaway Supports and Rafts.

    Auto Update.

    Automatically Optimizes Slicing for Your Setup.

    Only 3D printing software with integrated navigation to Thingiverse.

    3.9 Stars

    38%

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    38% of Customers Would Recommend
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    6 Awards

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    MakerBot Replicator+ Specification

    Packaging Content
    Cables Included
    Key Features
    Maximum Build Size (WxDxH)
    Print Technology
    Memory
    Internal Memory
    Engraving
    Engraver Module
    Scanning
    3D Scanner
    Technical Details
    Nozzle Width
    Model File Formats Supported
    Step Angle
    Control Type
    Layer Thickness Supported
    Maximum Layer Thickness
    Minimum Layer Thickness
    Filament Thickness Supported
    Printing Material
    Packaging Data
    Package Weight
    Package Height
    Package Depth
    Package Width
    Bundled Software
    Operational Conditions
    Operating Temperature (T-T)
    Power
    Input Current
    AC Input Frequency
    AC Input Voltage
    Power Consumption (Typical)
    Design
    Display Technology
    Built-in Display
    Housing Material
    Colour
    Viewing Window
    System Requirements
    Operating Systems Supported (Mac)
    Mac Compatibility
    Operating Systems Supported (Windows)
    Ports & Interfaces
    Card Reader Integrated
    Wi-Fi Standards
    Wi-Fi
    Ethernet LAN
    USB Port
    Weight & Dimensions
    Weight
    Height
    Depth
    Width

    Product Identifiers

    Manufacturer Part Numbers

    makerbotrange mp04952model, makerbot mbtmp05825df, makerbotrange mp05925, makerbot generation3d, listing mp05950eu, makerbot ima00381, listing mp07825eu, makerbot ima02009, makerbot mp05925, makerbot mp05950, makerbot mini3d, makerbot z183d, makerbot 2x3d

    Barcodes

    00817913011722, 00817913013498

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