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We’re so excited to be launching our massive Kit-A-Day Giveaway! To celebrate the release of our latest publication, the Make: Ultimate Kit Guide 2012 (and its companion website), we’re giving away one of the cool kits reviewed in the issue each day during the holiday season. From Arduino and electronics kits to beer-making kits to geeky watch and clock kits to… believe it or not… FIVE free MakerBots! We’re giving away nearly $9,000 of dollars in Maker Shed merchandise!

To be eligible, here’s what you have to do:

  • Go to the current giveaway (announced each morning at 9am PST). On this page, it’ll be the top post.
  • Leave a comment in the current day’s giveaway post (comments left in the announcement post you are now reading are NOT eligible). If you are not registered for commenting, you’ll need to register or you can log in with your Google, Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo or OpenID account.
  • At the end of each day (at 11:59pm PST), we’ll select one respondent at random and contact him/her via email (or the method by which they registered to comment). You’ll have 48 hours to respond. If you enter, make sure to check that login source (eg. your Facebook account) to see if we’ve messaged you.
  • That’s it! No purchase necessary or anything else to do. Please leave only one comment per post. You can enter as many giveaways as you like until you win. The giveaway is for US residents only.

NOTE: The first MakerBot giveaway is over! Please see the latest giveaway here and leave the entry comment in the current giveaway post (the day you are reading this, after 9am PST). You must post your comment in the giveaway post for that day to be eligible.

Spread the word! Tell your friends and family members! Tweet this! And Happy Holidays from MAKE.

See the Kit-A-Day Giveaway landing page for full sweepstakes details and Official Rules.

Gareth Branwyn

Gareth Branwyn is a freelancer writer and the former Editorial Director of Maker Media. He is the author or editor of a dozen books on technology, DIY, and geek culture, including the first book about the web (Mosaic Quick Tour) and the Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Building Robots. He is currently working on a best-of collection of his writing, called Borg Like Me.


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  1. Danny Gott says:

    Awesome, I have always wanted a maker bot.

  2. Anonymous says:

    wonderful

  3. Anonymous says:

    I love Make

  4. Matt Parry says:

    This is a great idea to keep people coming back to the site.

  5. Justin Nesselrotte says:

    “Entries not selected in previous daily drawings will not be eligible for subsequent daily drawings.”
    Wait, so does that mean we can’t enter into one every day?

    1. Anonymous says:

      No,  it means that your comment from a previous day doesn’t carry over. You have to post a new comment in each day’s giveaway post.

      1. Justin Nesselrotte says:

        Oh, okay I see.  Thank you so much, and I’m glad you’re doing this contest.  I actually was one spot away from winning a makerbot with the instructables toy contest, so I’m pretty excited you guys are giving them away!

  6. Will Stone says:

    Sure would love a makerbot

  7. Lori Magno says:

    Oh. My. Please. Were it not for a clutch replacement, this would already be in my house! It goes beyond want – full on need a MakerBot!

  8. Lori Magno says:

    Oh. My. Please. Were it not for a clutch replacement, this would already be in my house! It goes beyond want – full on need a MakerBot!

  9. Anonymous says:

    I wanna win!

  10. Anonymous says:

    I wanna win!

  11. Philip Lexow says:

    Wishin’ for a Makerbot!

  12. Peter Natale says:

    I can’t wait for this to kick off!  Where do we find the giveaway announcement?

  13. Zack Hiatt says:

    This is great.

  14. Anthony Ur says:

    This would be an ultimate gift.  The ability for one to produce anything that can be dreamt from within the mind’s eye, simply awesome :)

  15. oh wait. I didn’t notice the US only crap. Count me out. :(

  16. keeping my fingers crossed

  17. Chau Huh says:

    this would be epic

  18. My husband would love one of these.

  19. Man would be a great birthday present to myself from you guys! haha This is why I love MAKE!

  20. Anonymous says:

    This would be perfect for my shop

  21. I’ve played with one before, but would love to owe one!

  22. Anonymous says:

    I’ve wanted one for ages, it would be great to finally get one!

  23. This would make my husband incredibly happy, which would make me incredibly happy!

  24. Bob Funk says:

    So many projects just waiting to get started

  25. Anonymous says:

    Sign me up!

  26. Mel Held says:

    WANT, WANT so badly… want to incorporate with my sculptures… did I mention want?

  27. Dan Price says:

    Thanks for giving back to the community!

  28. Rozetta Hahn says:

    My husband would love one.

  29. Anonymous says:

    Love it!

  30. Anonymous says:

    This would be the greatest tool for class room demonstrations of design optimization!

  31. I’ve wanted one since I first heard they existed.

  32. Anonymous says:

    I want to Make!

  33. Anonymous says:

    I’d like to have one of those.

  34. Dylan Widis says:

    I’d like to have one. 

  35. Brian Kamen says:

    would love to have one

  36. Matthew Fowler says:

    I definitely need this…

  37. Matthew Fowler says:

    I definitely need this!

  38. Oh. My. Gosh. My daughter and son would LOVE one of those!!! 

  39. jeff andrusin says:

    me too!

  40. Anonymous says:

    Folks: Don’t forget: Comments on THIS post are not eligible. You have to post on the following URL for today’s (11/25) MakerBot giveaway (until 11:59 PST tonight): http://bit.ly/rpOmYQ

  41. Tess Elliott says:

    Love this idea and hope I win. Bought a mintduino kit at Maker Faire NYC and have enjoyed reading the manual. Kits are the best and easiest way to learn something new “by a book.” A lot of us don’t have access to classes, so kits are the answer for new skills. Thanks for caring.

  42. The MakerBot can make rabbits faster than rabbits can make rabbits.

    1. Jonathan Malm says:

      ^ Give it to this guy.

      1. Anonymous says:

        Me likes

  43. Luis Benavides says:

    For JaxHax.org!

  44. Yes, I’d love to have one. ent to the last Maker Faire MYC primarily to see 3D printers in action.

  45. Anonymous says:

    Winner winner chicken dinner

  46. Anonymous says:

    Winner winner chicken dinner

  47. Corri Cole says:

    And, to clarify, though I’m a Mom I don’t want it for them – I want it for ME.

    Me, me, mememe.

  48. Scott Norlin says:

    What a cool thing to win! 

  49. Anonymous says:

    Want this!

  50. pepik says:

    This would be so awesome — pleasepleasepleaseplease!!!

  51. Anonymous says:

    Oh the things you could do with one of these…

  52. Anonymous says:

    Free gear, sign me up.

  53. Sure, I’ll take one of those. :-D

  54. Andy Owens says:

    Holy Cow my Engineering classroom could really use a makerbot thing-o-matic! Wish me luck.

  55. What Fun! 
    Hmmm, If I win will I have enough time to print toys for everyone on my gift list?

  56. Anonymous says:

    Me please

  57. Jeff Wagner says:

    What an awesome idea! 

  58. I can’t believe you are giving one of these away…  there will be one lucky and happy winner tomorrow!  Thanks Make!!

  59. 3D printer, & made in  Brooklyn? What’s not to like?!?

  60. Jim says:

    Need parts, this is the way to go.

  61. Randy Brown says:

    Would love one, of course.

  62. Anonymous says:

    OMG, I would be printing 3D sculptures of my gratitude to you all if I wi this! XOXO

  63. geet . says:

    ideas but no funds,
    i need a 3d printer to finish what has begun

  64. geet . says:

    ideas but no funds,
    i need a 3d printer to finish what has begun

    1. geet . says:

      sorry accidental double post

  65. Angela Weil says:

    My family would love one of these!

  66. James s. says:

     young engineer in need of a 3d printer 

  67. Daniel Hester says:

    I used to get into trouble for melting plastic, but I don’t think they’ll be able to object to this.

  68. Terence Magno says:

    me gusta 8{

  69. Anonymous says:

    Phew just figured out how to comment.

  70. rauscherjoan says:

    Kit-A-Day Giveaway: Free MakerBot!  OMG  can’t belive my eyes  I’ve been saveing forever for a MakerBot it so darn hand from the people I seen use it

  71. Michael Zenner says:

    Oh, yeah!  I need a Thingomatic BAD!

    If I win, I will also pre-pay for 10 more years of Make immediately!

  72. Vladimir Savinov says:

    great!

  73. Radhika says:

    I am totally BOughtT by the BOTs …

  74. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for the opportunity!

  75. David Howard says:

    I want this! I promise to share!

  76. Anonymous says:

    Nice! I could put this guy to good use!

  77. (comments in this announcement post are NOT eligible).

    Just saying.

  78. Anonymous says:

    “Entrants and Prize Winners must be legal residents of one of the 50 United States ” :-( Me Dutch Me Crying 

  79. Anonymous says:

    wonderful, good luck to everyone and thanks guys

  80. Lochie Ferrier says:

    I’m sorry but Make Magazine has just lot a lot of respect from me by not opening this competition to Australia.

    1. Anonymous says:

      It’s not their fault. They would have to hire a lawyer just to be sure they were following every countries rules. There are enough rules alone in the states.

      1. Lochie Ferrier says:

        true

  81. I would so like to win this!!

  82. Gotta say I was totally blown away with the Maker Bot at the fair in NYC!  So cool!!!!!

  83. Anonymous says:

    Yes I want this

  84. Mark Dykstra says:

    Make magazine RAWKS! And so does this contest!

  85. Michael McMahon says:

    I’d keep that MakerBot busy…  pick me!!!  :)

  86. Anonymous says:

    Folks, the (first) MakerBot giveaway is over. Today’s giveaway is linked below and you MUST leave your entry comment there (NOT HERE!) to be eligible: http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2011/11/kit-a-day-giveaway-defusable-alarm-clock-kit.html

  87. Bob Funk says:

    I really want to win.

  88. Nicholas VanDyken says:

    i can make it happen i can make it happen i can make it happen! first step entry!

  89. Chaz says:

    I need something like this to unclog my brain from all the things that are jamming it up.

  90. That’s the monster?  What’s it going to do?  Nibble my bum?

    (Please, please let me win one!)

  91. Anonymous says:

    By the power of Grayskull!

  92. James Carey says:

    This will be my first step from Zero to Maker! I hope to win!

  93. Anonymous says:

    I really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,
    really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,
    really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,really,
    want to win!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  94. Matthew Fowler says:

    Pick me! Pick Me!

  95. I would love to have the makerbot! It would be a great addition to my lab. Otherwise known as my dining room.

  96. Really I’m here to order the magazine, so I guess my timing is lucky, cause this is awesome!

  97. Very cool! Man there’s all kinds of cool things I can think of to create with this!

  98. Anonymous says:

    This could make for an interesting life.

  99. Jason Klein says:

    Who has two thumbs and like this. This guy, that’s who (of course, if I had a maker bot I could have three thumbs).

  100. Dar says:

    Dar Piatt – Old Geek!  Ha, a kit a day, just cool and anything from Make would be neat just so we could brag.  Dar Omaha

  101. Giving away a kit a day is a cool way to get more people interested in trying out the kits.
    — Steve

  102. Zack Hiatt says:

    This is awesome.

  103. Richard says:

    This would be fun to play with!

  104. Anonymous says:

    sounds good

  105. Anonymous says:

    sounds good

  106. Anonymous says:

    Wow, that would be nice!

  107. very incredibly awesome.  :)

  108. J. Smith says:

    I want kit.

  109. Anonymous says:

    This would be a nice Christmas present for me!

  110. Bob Funk says:

    What a great contest

  111. JonnySoups says:

    Thanks Guys!! (pre-thanking you for choosing me!)

  112. katy schroeter says:

    I want to win this for my boyfriend! 

  113. does the rabbit come with it?

  114. this looks like a great machine

  115. Anonymous says:

    keep the good times comming

  116. Anonymous says:

    Mmmm, Rabbits! 

  117. Anonymous says:

    so what’s todays cool kit?

  118. Bob Funk says:

    So many projects. So little time

  119. Chaz says:

    This is totally selfish, but I’m hoping for the best here. Meaning, “me, me, me, puhleassse me!”.

  120. Anonymous says:

    Sounds good

  121. Bob Funk says:

    I really want to win this and explore 3 d printing

  122. Ryan Pauley says:

    I love the new Kits! Rhombus!

  123. Anders Arson says:

    Get excited and make stuff!

  124. Anonymous says:

    love to make things with this…

  125. John Tyo says:

    This is very nice.

  126. John Tyo says:

    This is great!

  127. marianne denison says:

    Would love to win!

  128. Bruce Sorge says:

    Cool

  129. Bruce Sorge says:

    Cool

  130. Me, Me, Me!!!  Love giveaways!!

  131. Anonymous says:

    Maker!

  132. Tony Weiner says:

    the top of my list

  133. I am greedy today, want one Makerbot for myself. It feels like christmas.

  134. Jeff Rowe says:

    I have been wanting to buy a makerbot for ages. I am partly into building my own custom CNC – but still have a long way to go. Once I get the XYZ platform for the cnc working, I was going to build a 2nd and make it into a 3d printer instead…  

  135. Sean Hannam says:

    Oooh…the ultimate prize. Me wants.

  136. I need more things to add to my craft stash!

  137. Anonymous says:

    It’s for my kids. Really. 

  138. charlie strauss says:

    Oh that sterling engine reminds me of the hours I spent with grandfather in the basement making projects like a wooden padlock or a telegraph.

  139. Anonymous says:

    I’ve been thinking about diving into arduino.  This would be a good way to do it.

  140. nverse87 says:

    I bet a MakerBot would be so much fun.

  141. Love Craft Kits……….It would be awesome to win this!!!!

  142. Mat Bentz says:

    Thing-O-Matic!

  143. Don Cole says:

    Of course I’ll enter.  Is this still running?

  144. Douglas Biggers says:

    Am I a freeloader? I sure am!  at least I can admit it.  Who knows, I just might get something I can share with my niece or nephew…

  145. Anonymous says:

     It would be nice to push the Make DIY movement into the Mid-Hudson Valley

  146. Oh, to make a makerbot that can make a bot…. that can make a makerbot… that can make a bot….. Wait, I think I just hurt my mind.

  147. daniel mcclain says:

    seems like only yesterday I saw something similar. got to love it….

  148. Anonymous says:

    You know, if you’re having trouble getting the winners to reply (as your latest post indicates) you might think about posting the user’s ID on the main contest page. I mean, I check my spam filters, but if an email were stopped by my ISP, I’d never know.

  149. Random comment inserted here.  Flurg. 

  150. Don Cole says:

    I’d love to have any of these kits!

  151. Anonymous says:

    i’ve changed my mind since yesterday.. THIS is the BEST present EVER.. please please please

  152. John Larkin says:

    That’s awesome!

  153. Greg Lincoln says:

    Ive wonted to get in on the maker thing….

  154. Mick Galt says:

    comment added!

  155. Ed Bringas says:

    Anyone knows where to buy sheared flush circuit boards? Need them to start making holiday presents

  156. Kris Swanson says:

    Please, please, please!

  157. Albert Straub says:

    I like MonoChron Clocks!

  158. Anonymous says:

    Getting started with arduino.  Nice.

  159. Joel Inman says:

    Wow.  With an Arduino, I’d be all out of excuses.

  160. It’s about time I won something!

  161. Kyle Tipley says:

    I have only just discovered this magazine and I would gladly put my name in for a head start towards trying some of the amazing projects I have seen

  162. Doug says:

    Awesome site -would love to win a MakerBot – have been interested in 3D printers for a while…

  163. Doug says:

    Awesome – I could really use that.
    Make my drawings really come to life – would make prototyping come to LIFE!
    Imagine the possibilities…

  164. Brian says:

    SWEET! Hook Me Up! -B

  165. You should try a razor/razorblades model, and give every commeneter a Thing-o-matic.  Makerbot can up-charge for extruder upgrades…

  166. David West says:

    Peace, Love, Arduino

  167. Ray Dzek says:

    Oh please please please please please.

  168. Russ says:

    This would be a fantastic tool to introduce the kids to the Maker way.

  169. Ashley Englefield says:

    I’m in. Can chocolate be used as a base material?

  170. Dan Barrett says:

    *jumps out and down* me me me me

  171. myles walsh says:

    me?

  172. Mark McCormick says:

    Make all the things!

  173. Ed O'Neill says:

    Makin’ stuff with an early 21st century replicator.  Nice!

  174. Laurie Schlesinger says:

    One for me.

  175. Jeff Getchius says:

    I could replicate as often as I like….

  176. Anonymous says:

    Can it make machinable parts?
    What range of plastics?
    –Thanks–

  177. Jared Nichol says:

    Going to take a shot here! Pick the Canadian!

  178. Whoa.  That.  Is. Stinkin’. Awesome.   Mind-blown.

  179. it will be sweet getting one of this

  180. it will be sweet getting one of this

  181. Will Harrison says:

    Hello there.

  182. I know of a friendly local ‘place to make things’ I’d love to share this with (http://www.quelab.net)

  183. Anonymous says:

    Looks amazing! Infinite possibilities! Yes, please!

  184. Anonymous says:

    one please, for the family.

  185. Anonymous says:

    One, please, for the family.

  186. Will Walker says:

    Cool!

  187. Henry Richardson says:

    Only a dream come true

  188. Zak Dutton says:

    If I had this I would print little hounds from 451 and give them out to kids telling them that if they don’t read the hounds will come after them.

  189. Steven Trollinger says:

    So want.

  190. T Q says:

    I would have so much fun with one of these.

  191. Bradley Hall says:

    This would be so cool.

  192. Justin Kowalski says:

    If only…hello board game and RPG prototypes…

  193. Jill Brady says:

    Oh, Oh, Me!  Oh, I do, I do!  (A-la foreign guy from Super Troopers)

  194. amazing giveaay. hopeI get luck!

  195. amazing giveaway… hope I win!  I want one of these for some prototyping work.

  196. Cole O'Neal says:

    Finally I can enjoy rabbits.

  197. Emily Pike says:

    Not to sound too much like an idiot, but I can’t seem to find the current contest page.  I click on the link above that says “current giveaway” and it takes me to a page where the newest posted item is from the day before.  So, today I was excited to try to enter the contest for the 3-D printer, but when I scrolled down I saw that it was yesterday’s post and the comment section was closed. 
    Can anyone help steer me in the right direction?  I checked the Blog, too, but can’t find anything recent.
    Thanks!

    1. Gareth Branwyn says:

      Emily, if you check that link now (http://blog.makezine.com/tag/kitaday) today’s giveaway will be there. Each day’s giveaway ends at midnight (PST) and the new day’s giveaway is posted at 9am, so there’s a period where there’s no giveaway. 

      I’ll add something to the post above to clarify this.

      Thanks (and sorry for the confusion)

      1. Emily Pike says:

        Thanks for your help.  It might just be something wrong with my computer.  I clicked on the link you provided above and even though it is 10 a.m., the latest kit is from yesterday that was posted at 9 a.m.

        I’ll keep checking.

        1. Gareth Branwyn says:

          Emily, it’s 9am PACIFIC time each morning, 15 minutes from now.

  198. Anonymous says:

    Cool

  199. Anonymous says:

    Really cool

  200. Anonymous says:

    Oh the things I could make…

  201. Adan Patino says:

    i just like free stuff, and this stuff

  202. TR says:

    If my son won this MakerBot, the smile on his face would be visible from space

  203. Dave says:

    This would be cool.

  204. Tim Feeney says:

    Yeah I think I could use one of these.

  205. William Collins says:

    Love it!

  206. These are what legends are made from, extrudable plastic!

  207. Dylan Oliver says:

    C’mon!  Let’s get our print on!!

  208. Michael Todd says:

    A chance for my own 3D printer? Yes please!

  209. Justin says:

    I wonder what to make with this arduino?

  210. Anonymous says:

    animal like drums!

  211. Martin Black says:

    Cool!

  212. Easton L says:

    merry makerbot

  213. I hope I win, I won’t a makerbot so bad

  214. Robert Williams says:

    MerryBot

  215. Joe Edwards says:

    Come on Santa!

  216. Kevin Guterl says:

    I could use more stuff that helps me make more stuff.

  217. Anonymous says:

    What a rockin kit

  218. Kevin Bennett says:

    Hope Santa can get it through the chimney. 

  219. Anonymous says:

    Sweet!

  220. Danielle Pershouse says:

    love these giveaways!

  221. Matthew Brauer says:

    This looks fun!

  222. Matthew Brauer says:

    Me please!

  223. Derek Becker says:

    I will be able to work on school projects at home.

  224. Mike Osburn says:

    Hope santa brings one to my house

  225. Danielle Pershouse says:

    here’s hoping!

  226. slightlya says:

    When cooking crepes a hot pan is used that has been brushed with butter. The batter is then added and spread quickly by tilting the pan.

  227. if i print an oompa loompa will it sing and dance?

  228. Kevin Bennett says:

    Come on Santa, daddy needs a Makerbot for his workshop!

  229. Sameer Gafoor says:

    This is great. Best of luck to everyone.

  230. Scott Nopp says:

    But can it make a rabbit “with fangs”?

  231. Anonymous says:

    me me me

  232. Gariet Cowin says:

    Make is the coolest!

  233. shmdesigns says:

    What’s going to happen to all the unclaimed prizes…second chance giveaway perhaps?

  234. Michele Newman says:

    I love you MAKE!!

  235. Danny Knight says:

    As Elmer said…” Shhhhh. Be verwy quiet, I’m hunting wabbit.”

  236. Jebadiah Moulton says:

    I want to MAKE.

  237. James Grimm says:

    Thing o matic, here I come!

  238. Eric Harmon says:

    Please, Please, MAKE me a winner.

  239. Inu no Taisho says:

    Today, I did a lot of hand forming of wet leather, some digital painting, and some rock polishing.  This doesn’t count the finishing of some Lichtenberg figures I made in November.  I would love to win a Makerbot since there are so many things I’d do with it….

  240. Randy Crowell says:

    I love MAKE but this contest is BS. Something is wrong when only 6 of 14 winners are able to claim their prize within the allowed time. Somebody is not getting the message and nobody is going to convince me that the people that entered never read their email to get the notification. Make could and should do a better job of letting the winners know they won. I think the whole thing is a cluster f^@&

  241. Anonymous says:

    awesome

  242. Fidel Sierra says:

    give it here

  243. Anonymous says:

    i want to win so i can make legos that are more costly than those in kits!

  244. Kits are such a cool way to discuss technology with my kids…and they are FUN ta boot!

  245. Collin Allen says:

    I could make so many things with a Makerbot that my wife would lose me to my shop.  I am in my shop all day and a Makebot would mean i would be in there all night to. But I’m still willing to shoe horn it in. 

  246. Anonymous says:

    very nice kit… i hope i get one

  247. Anonymous says:

    It would be great to prototype my ideas in real 3D.

  248. michael polk says:

    I would love to print in 3D

  249. Jebadiah Moulton says:

    I like to MAKE

  250. Bgbennyboy says:

    I would be overjoyed to win this.

  251. I do not see my past post for entry, trying again.  I really want this thing!

  252. Tom Luhtala says:

    oh the things I could do with you sweet sweet magic machine.

  253. Jane Ziegelman says:

    I want to get started! Make me!

  254. Anonymous says:

    Sounds like a great idea to me

  255. Anonymous says:

    Kuddos MakerBot / Makezine.
    What a great give-away! What a great X-mas present.

  256. Anonymous says:

    After making parts for the MakerBot for a couple years, I’d love to have the complete machine.

  257. Matt Zawlocki says:

    This is awesome!

  258. Andrea Carson-Dobeck says:

    Do Want!

  259. Pretty please with carrots on top?

  260. Chris Muncy says:

    In for the WIN!

  261. Marc Palumbo says:

    Kool

  262. Thomas O'Brien says:

    I like the blue bunny.

  263. Anonymous says:

    Hello.

  264. Mark Borg says:

    This would be a great Christmas present!

  265. Useful to Make many robot parts!

  266. KenZuckerman says:

    I find the coolest gifts here

  267. Anonymous says:

    Ever since I’ve seen the MakerBot for the first time I wanted one….
    Maybe you can make it happen :)

  268. Anonymous says:

    Great ideas

  269. Anonymous says:

    Cool!

  270. Anonymous says:

    This is COOL, I really want to win this.

  271. Christopher Tettam says:

    I’m in!

  272. M says:

    I want this:  Reinventing Edison: Build Your Own Lightbulb Kit. Well, really, I want anything you are giving away because everything you do rocks. Make, you are so awesome, I want to marry you.  :)

  273. Dan Long says:

    This would be awesome present!

  274. Anonymous says:

    Hello.

  275. Oh how I want a Makerbot!!!

  276. Anonymous says:

    I’m in for one!

  277. Tim Florek says:

    I just want to make something is that so wrong?

  278. Tom Dedula says:

    My kids would love to find this under the Christmas tree.  It would be fun and educational too!

  279. Anonymous says:

    this would be very nice to have to make cool things!

  280. Dennis Meyer says:

    First mod- substitute ABS for cake icing!

  281. Anonymous says:

    Hello.

  282. John Sanderson says:

    A Christmas present to me!

  283. Chad Schepel says:

    Fifth times a charm?

  284. Michael Wascher says:

    Merry Christmas to me!

  285. Marc Rochefort says:

    I know a makerbot would be a better gift than what my wife is getting me.

  286. Gareth Branwyn says:

    The Kit-A-Day Giveaway is now over and we’re closing the comments here. Thanks to everyone who participated and congrats to all of the winners. Happy Holidays!