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The Mini comes with a built-in "connected" camera. When the model is done printing, it will send you an alert on your phone and users can share images on their social media accounts. It is app, wireless and cloud-enabled.

Pettis is particularly proud that the machine looks like a consumer gadget and not something sitting in a workshop. "It just looks good," he told attendees at CES. "The designers had their way, and the design didn't get messed up in the process."

The price: $1,375. Significantly, that's about the same price as a decent laptop. Previously, MakerBot's printers had cost more than $2,000. "There are no excuses. It's not, 'Are you going to get a MB 3D printer?' It's, 'Which MakerBot 3D printer are you going to get?'" Pettis said.

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