Recently we had the opportunity to tour the LulzBot 3D printer production facility.
A chat with John Olhoft of FAME 3D revealed something interesting: they operate a truly massive 3D print farm.
FAME 3D announced yet another toolhead for the LulzBot line of 3D printers: the H175.
FAME 3D released a new desktop 3D printer, the LulzBot TAZ SideKick.
A mysterious video trailer suggests a new, inexpensive LulzBot 3D printer could be soon on the market.
The latest LulzBot machine is the TAZ Pro S, and it sports a 1.75mm tool head, unlike the rest of the company’s lineup.
I had a chat with Slice Engineering’s Daniel Barousse.
We’ve just heard that FAME 3D, the new owners of LulzBot, have made a deal to provide 1.75mm filament support for LulzBot 3D printers.
A company offering both synthetic cadavers and a new 3D printer has quite a story to tell, and what better storyteller than the CEO?
The company that makes synthetic cadavers didn’t plan to expand into building 3D printers, but it’s a strong business move for the long haul, says the CEO.
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.
Loveland’s 3D printing legacy lives on as SynDaver West launches its new professional desktop 3D printer.
I’m looking at an interesting news report detailing the first products from a new 3D printer manufacturer located in Loveland, Colorado.
Mosaic Manufacturing has partnered with LulzBot to permit use of the Palette multi-color filament splicer on selected 3D printers.
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.
UK-based supermaker Colin Furze uses 3D printing.
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.
Aleph Objects has ventured into new territory with the announcement of their new TAZ Pro device.
LEGOs have inspired generations of makers, and that hasn’t changed with exposure to 3D printers.
Two leaders in the desktop 3D printing space have just appointed new execs with a focus on global expansion.
It seems there is another open source filament available for 3D printing, but how exactly is this done?
I wish I’d seen this earlier: A 2016 NASA project transformed a desktop 3D printer into one capable of 3D printing ULTEM.
LulzBot unexpectedly announced a new toolhead suitable for very, very tiny 3D prints.
I received notice from LulzBot today of a most incredible sale.
Aleph Objects announced the new LulzBot Mini 2 desktop 3D printer.
At CES Aleph Objects provided a demonstration we had not seen displayed to the public.
Aleph Objects is one of the very few 3D printer companies that offer a glimpse into their future products before they are announced.
LulzBot published a very unusual new use for 3D print technology: language visualization.
I read an interesting announcement from Aleph Objects and colorFabb that begs a question about the latter’s strategy.
Officially, it’s known as the “LulzBot TAZ MOARstruder Tool Head”, but in fact it’s a monster extruder.
Aleph Objects, the company behind the LulzBot line of desktop 3D printers, released their quarterly financials, providing a glimpse at the workings of a smaller 3D printer company.
It was just the other week when I described how to watch the TAZ 6 “grow up”, and now it’s been launched
LulzBot is a fascinating company producing very well-regarded 3D printers, but one aspect of their business is unlike most others.
We had a chance to sit down with the folks from Aleph Objects, producers of the very popular line of LulzBot TAZ 3D printers to find out the latest.
Aleph Objects, makers of the LulzBot series of 3D printers, announced what we consider to be a very strategic move for their software support.
You may recall we wrote of a contest sponsored by Aleph Objects, makers of the LulzBot line of personal 3D printers, to provide selected hackerspaces with free equipment. Now, they’ve done so.
Aleph Objects wants to show their support for collaborative communities by giving away several 3D printers.
Aleph Objects has announced the TAZ 5 personal 3D printer.
LulzBot, makers of the popular TAZ series of personal 3D printers, has announced two new extruders.
We’re checking out an opensource design for an apparently unreleased 3D printer from LulzBot: the Begonia.
Bucking the recent industry trend of shipping only assembled 3D printers, TAZ 4 manufacturer LulzBot announced a 3D printer kit.
Longtime personal 3D printer manufacturer Aleph Objects has stepped it up by releasing their latest personal 3D printer, the LulzBot TAZ 4.
No, nothing’s been specifically announced, but we think LulzBot may be sending a signal they’re developing a new machine.