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Amazon quietly launches complete 3D printing store

Amazon quietly launches complete 3D printing store

Amazon's 3D printing section is a one-stop shop for printers, plastic filament to stock up your machine, books, software, parts and supplies

Amazon.com's new 3D printing store

Amazon.com's new 3D printing store

Amazon is helping to push 3D printing into the mainstream with a new section on its site dedicated to the miniature manufacturing plants. The online shopping giant joins Staples, which in early May became the first major U.S. retailer to sell a 3D printer.

Amazon's 3D printing "store" features everything you'll need to start producing iPhone cases, plastic figurines, and hard-drive-bay adaptors right from your kitchen counter.

Amazon's new 3D printing section is a one-stop shop for used and new printers such as the MakerBot Replicator 2, as well as plastic filament to stock up your machine, books, software, and various parts and supplies.

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