BeeVeryCreative with BEETHEFIRST

BEETHEFIRST, the first ever BeeVeryCreative 3D printer will set you off on a journey to imprint change.
BeeVeryCreative was founded in 2011 with an aim to create brilliance by developing inspiring products with exceptional design and innovative functionalities. The ability to materialise three dimensional objects in a swift and simple manner meets the expectations of today’s world.

The 3D printer created by BeeVeryCreative intends to tackle those expectations by delivering a desktop printer that is reliable, beautiful and easy to use.


A. MacArthur Barr Middle School – MakerBot Stories

Vinny Garrison is the technology teacher and racing commissioner at A. MacArthur Barr Middle School, in Nanuet, NY. Over the course of seven weeks, each eighth grader will shape a footlong wood block into a car and make a set of wheels on a MakerBot Replicator Desktop 3D Printer. Students eager to challenge the all-time record craft wheels weighing as little as eight-tenths of a gram. (Stock wheels can weigh as much as five grams each.) Others create elaborate patterns worthy of a custom rim shop while learning engineering principles.

Brookhaven Memorial Hospital – MakerBot Stories

Steven Jaworski, a biomedical technician, had to replace so many cables that monitor patients’ vital signs that he ordered cable tethers from a medical supplier for $24.50 per cable, or $73.50 for a set of three. But surgical scissors cut through these tethers easily.

Then Jaworski appealed to the Brookhaven administration that a MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer could help solve his cable problem. He designed a tamperproof cable tether. Between the dense black PLA and thick wire, it costs $7.94. It holds all three cables, and surgical scissors can’t cut through it.

Ringblingz – MakerBot Stories

From his 100-square-foot home office, product designer Bill Phelps brought more than a dozen products to market in a year for an $80 million consumer-product-goods company.

Rapid Prototyping at Kisi – MakerBot Stories

Kisi is a startup that turns your smartphone into a keycard and lets you send keys over email with more security and flexibility than, say, leaving a spare key under the flower pot. Kisi began in Munich, Germany is now based in Brooklyn, NY.

Ultimaker 2 Launch Video

One of Ultimaker’s founders, Erik de Bruijn, talks at the launch of the Ultimaker 2.