MakerBot Method 3D Printer

Dimensioned drawings of the MakerBot Method with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation

The MakerBot Method is a 3D Printer that is capable of printing durable ABS parts with a 100°C heated chamber. The printer is able to withstand 15°C higher than modified desktop 3D printers ABS material formulations, and it prints two times faster than leading desktop 3D printers with exact tolerances.

The MakerBot Method has a physical outer height of 25.6” (64.9 cm), width of 17.2” (43.7 cm), and depth of 16.3” (41.3 cm). The overall build volume is 7.75” (19.6 cm) tall, 7.5” (19 cm) wide, 7.5” (19 cm) deep, and has a layer resolution between 20-400 microns.


*Under Development*

25.6” | 64.9 cm
17.2” | 43.7 cm
16.3” | 41.3 cm
65 lb | 29.5 kg

Build Volume:

Height: 7.75” | 19.6 cm

Width: 7.5” | 19 cm

Depth: 7.5” | 19 cm

Layer Resolution:
20-400 microns


Drawings include:
MakerBot Method front elevation, top, side

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A 3D Printer is a square or rectangular machine which is able to create 3D objects out a variety of materials. An object is first modeled in a 3D program, and then sent to the 3D printer. The printer then splices the 3D object into layers, and is able to print from the bottom of the base to the top.