MakerBot Print is our newest print-prepration software, which supports native CAD files and STL assemblies,
allows you to interact with all your printers via the Cloud, and many other exciting new features.
I am more impressed by the quality of the pictures than by the quality of the prints. Nice use of light, looks like taken in a light-tent/cube?
The print quality is quite good also, but this should be achievable by most of the printters with a nice balanced setting and good filament.
A word to the non-commercial discussion: I do understand the idea. Keep this free forever and for all to use, but please do not make profit of the idea/model. Its a noble thought. But it also does exclude people that do not have access to a 3d printer from getting one of these. I can print some handles for people, but I cant do it for free. At least I have to ask for the material, the running costs of the printer and the time it takes. Strictly taken that would be commercial.
And a lot of examples show clearly that these CreativeCommon licenses do not hold big companys from just taking a model, changing a tiny bit and putting patents on it preventing everyone else to use it. I am looking at you stratasys/makerbot industries.
Then again its online on the internet where most people dont give a **** about legal issues.
EDIT: just read walters introduction, and saw that we are basically on the same page about that. so, nevermind.