Make-O-Matic

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Make-O-Matic
Futurama Forty Percent Leadbelly Make-O-Matic 3D Printer.jpg
Concept art of the Make-O-Matic, released by Countdown to Futurama, in May 2013. [1]
Owner(s)Dr. Ben Beeler
First appearance"Forty Percent Leadbelly" (7ACV14)
Episode

The Make-O-Matic is a large 3D printer located at Dr. Ben Beeler's technology lab. In 3013, Bender used it to replicate the guitar of a folk singing hero of his. [7ACV14]

The printer works by laying down multiple layers of nano plastic to replicate existing objects or bring non-existent objects into reality. A wireframe model of the object must be created to be processed by the printer, it cannot just print anything without instruction.

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  • The Make-O-Matic is based on the look and design of the early MakerBot 3D printers, specifically the Thing-O-Matic.

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  1. ^ Countdown to Futurama: Make-O-Matic. (Comedy Central's Tumblr page.) 11 May 2013. Retrieved on 20 August 2013.