Is it really possible to produce a truly open source 3D printer at scale and be successful in the market?
We spoke with FAME 3D, the new owners of the LulzBot brand of 3D printers, to understand more about the mysterious firm.
A series of disturbing reports have emerged this week from resellers of LulzBot’s 3D printers that could alienate the open source community.
With the near-demise of LulzBot 3D printers, I am now wondering about the future of open source 3D printer companies. Can they ever succeed again?
LulzBot may be revived! A company has acquired all the assets of Aleph Objects, including the LulzBot brand.
We speak with Aleph Objects Founder and Owner Jeff Moe for an update on what the future looks like for LulzBot 3D printing.
What’s happening at Aleph Objects following massive staff reductions and operational “streamlining”? We talk to those inside.
Is this the end of Aleph Objects as we’ve known it? Yes and no.
Aleph Objects is formally introducing its bioprinter today: the LulzBot Bio.
Aleph Objects announced a partnership with FluidForm to develop a 3D bioprinter.
Aleph Objects has opened the doors to business in Europe with its new HQ in the Netherlands.
Aleph Objects announced a new professional desktop 3D printer, the LulzBot TAZ Workhorse Edition.