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Brooklyn, NY
201 to 500 employees
Subsidiary or Business Segment
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year

MakerBot is a global leader in the 3D printing industry. Our mission is to advance tomorrow's innovators and institutions by empowering the professionals, educators, and students of today. Rather than solely focus on hardware, we ... Read more

Mission: We advance the innovations of tomorrow by empowering the innovators of today.

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    - Group of smart individuals
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    - Lots of 3D printing


    - Dislike the micro management style

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    I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Makerbot in December 2016.


    I applied through online, had a phone screen then had a few interviews with team members in Brooklyn office. After two days I got an offer. A week later, they emailed me that this position was on hold due to their budget issue. Very unprofessional in their hiring process. Wouldn't recommend here.

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Company Updates

  • MakerBot’s hardware, software, design, and slicer teams are on display in this story and accompanying video about developing Propeller products, titled “Under One Roof.”

    How MakerBot's Hardware & Software Teams Collaborate Under One Roof

    Why MakerBot's Integrated Approach is Crucial to Advancing 3D Printing Greater Collaboration for Better Solutions On September 20, 2016, we revealed what's next from MakerBot. With the launch of new 3D printing solutions for professionals and educators, we announced a new approach to product development at MakerBot that's based on carefully listening to our customers.

  • MakerBot Announces Resignation of CEO Jonathan Jaglom, Appoints Company President Nadav Goshe As Successor.

    MakerBot Announces Resignation of CEO Jonathan Jaglom, Appoints Company President Nadav Goshen as Successor

    MakerBot today announced the resignation of CEO Jonathan Jaglom and the appointment of company president Nadav Goshen as his successor. Over the last two years, Jaglom and Goshen have worked closely together leading MakerBot's reorganization and strategic shift. Jaglom will be returning to Israel to spend more time with his family.

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Makerbot Awards & Accolades

  • MakerBot Wins Red Dot for Industrial Design, Red Dot, 2015
  • MakerBot Wins Red Dot for Industrial Design, MakerBot Blog, 2015
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