MakerBot Replicator Z18 3D Printer

With a massive build volume and the best price to performance ratio in the extra-large, professional 3D printer category, the MakerBot Replicator Z18 3D Printer solution is ideal for hands-on and technically adept users. The MakerBot Replicator Z18 seamlessly integrates with the growing MakerBot 3D Ecosystem of hardware, software, materials, and accessories. It’s powered by the user- friendly, app- and cloud-enabled MakerBot OS, enabling you to remotely monitor your important 3D printing projects. Each printer is backed by a standard six-month warranty and includes a one-year MakerBot MakerCare Protection Plan that can be renewed for up to two additional years.

Product Features

  • Massive build volume
  • The best price-to-performance ratio in the professional 3D printer category
  • Seamlessly integrated with the growing MakerBot 3D Ecosystem of hardware, software, materials, accessories, and solutions
  • Powered by the user-friendly, app- and cloud-enabled MakerBot OS that’s regularly enhanced with software updates
  • USB, Ethernet, or Wi-Fi connectivity creates a seamless production workflow

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3 Replies to “MakerBot Replicator Z18 3D Printer”

  1. Great potential but falls short of expectations The build volume on this thing is fantastic for the price, which is why I’m giving it more than 1 star. Unfortunately we probably got a unit from the first production run, so there are many issues that still need to be sorted out before you should buy this. So far I haven’t been able to print anything other than a 1″ tall sample part. Here are some of the problems:1) Filament sometimes gets stuck during removal. Makerbot suggests using pliers to pull out filament, but doing this…

  2. Needs to go back to R&D, not ready for consumer use. I would like to take this moment to share my experience with the MakerBot Z18 my company received three weeks ago.Unboxed and set up the machine, it printed the test Chain Length test part without any issues. Discovered the camera and wifi didn’t work. Called MBI tech support on day one. Tech had me pry back the interior sheet metal wall to check the connection to camera which I touched and camera came to life. Wifi was a firmware issue, reverted back to previous firmware and it…

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