Yesterday MakerBot Industries announced their new Replicator, an upgraded 3D printer now featuring dual-color extrusion, so you can "print" 3D objects in two different colors.
The Replicator also boasts a larger production area—yielding objects up to 8.9 x 5.7 x 5.9 inches, up from the earlier Thing-O-Matic's 4.5 x 4.2 x 3.8 inches—without increasing the machine's overall footprint much, making it just six inches wider. Click the jump for video and more info!
Print your own chess army
A fully-assembled Replicator will run you $1,750, a pittance compared to the five figures you could spend on other 3D printers. Lead time is about six weeks.