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The U.S. Marine Corps have deployed LulzBot 3D printers with the help of veteran-owned firm, Building Momentum. more

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Aleph Objects, Inc., makers of LulzBot 3D Printers, has announced the launch of the LulzBot Mini 2 Desktop 3D Printer, available for a first look at RAPID + TCT in Forth Worth, Texas. more

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Aleph Objects will turn its CES 2018 booth into a mini 3D printing factory next week where its LulzBot printers will be used to create ... more LulzBot printers. more

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Phone case manufacturer, OtterBox is giving its customers the ability to 3D print their own accessories for its uniVERSE case thanks to Aleph Objects. more

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Hawk 3D Proto has announced reseller agreements with desktop 3D printing brand, LulzBot and Magigoo, a developer of an adhesive to enable easy removal of parts from build plates. more

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Aleph Objects announces next 10 products including software, tool heads, materials and accessories to improve 3D printing experience. more

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System76 has taken advantage of LulzBot 3D printing technology to produce its latest marketing campaign. more

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Meme master Landon Meier, president and creator (AND CHIEF NIGHTMARE INSTIGATOR) of Hyperflesh shows how he uses a Taz 5 3D printer to make the moulds for his viral videos of hyper-realistic masks. more

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Protosthetics, a company which takes advantage of open source hardware 3D printers to produce prosthetics and orthotics, has brought its affordable solutions to market with a cluster of LulzBot machines. more

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At RAPID + TCT 2017 MotoMinded showcase a selection of the aftermarket parts the motorbike company in selling in droves thanks to Lulzbot 3D printers. more

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Aleph Objects, best-known for developing the LulzBot brand of 3D printers, has announced the launch and availability of a certified Open Source Hardware 3D printing filament at RAPID+TCT. more

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Aleph Objects, the developers of LulzBot desktop 3D printers, will launch a new 3D printing filament at RAPID+TCT 2017 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The company is confident the new filament will ‘make waves’ throughout the 3D technology sector. more

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Aleph Objects new facility Loveland

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Aleph Objects, the makers of LulzBot 3D printers, has announced the purchase of a new facility in Loveland, Colorado, as well as a $3 million line of credit with Bank of the West. more

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Aleph Objects, the LulzBot 3D printer manufacturer, has announced the addition of colorFabb BV to its growing European reseller network. Aleph will also be extending its acclaimed technical support to offer a 24/7 service. more

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MotoMinded bracket

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A small motorbike accessory company has used LulzBot 3D printing technology to establish itself in the dirt bike industry. MotoMinded has delivered a range of 3D-printed brackets which can station LED headlights on to motorcycles to the market. more

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UPDATE WITH LIVE VIDEO FROM THE SHOW FLOOR: Aleph Objects has announced new hardware and software products, as well as a partnership with an electronics and software retailer at CES 2017. more

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Polymaker PolyLite group

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The Lulzbot 3D printing platform now supports over 30 materials for the company’s award-winning desktop 3D printers. By partnering with Polymaker and twoBEars, Aleph is confident the LulzBot 3D printers's capabilities will be enhanced significantly. more

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Andy Goralczyk Bender Institute

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The Blender Institute, a full 3D creation software suite compatible with the entire 3D pipeline, has opened the door for players in the Free and Open Source Software community to collaborate, using LulzBot 3D printers to create engaging art. more

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FutureHear team

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Low-cost prosthetic ears are being created with 3D technology for children who were born with Microtia. The FutureHear project, a collaboration between Queensland University of Technology and Hear and Say, aim to gift youngsters the ability to hear. more

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So new that it doesn't have an official release date yet Lulzbot is developing a tool head with a 1.2 mm nozzle that allows users to print bigger parts even faster. more

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