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Aleph Objects (parent company of Lulzbot)
Situated firmly within the context of open-source hardware and software design, Aleph Objects is a small manufacturing company based in Colorado which is most well-known for the development of its Lulzbot 3D printer product line.Company history:
Built upon the philosophy of freedom, Aleph Objects was founded in 2011 with the ambition to extend the concept of open source – most notably within the context of 3D printing. Empowering the consumer whilst delivering the best product experience worldwide, Aleph Objects in the parent company of Lulzbot: their customer-facing product line offering 3D printers, parts and plastics.
The open source hardware and software on offer from the company is free to be viewed, copied, and/or modified by anyone – presenting a fascinating new approach to technology development and distribution. The roots of this perspective are found within the RepRap model and community, where Lulzbot users continue to innovate such products today. The popular demand of this idea comes from users who want readily modifiable systems that they can adapt to whatever they’re doing – which Aleph Objects happily facilitates.
Like many community-focused technology companies, Aleph Objects, via Lulzbot, focuses on support offerings as well as hardware products:
This is a versatile, high performance desktop 3D printer for industrial users, which is now available in its 5th iteration. With advanced hot end and print surface additions, other tool heads and parts can be bought from the Lulzbot online store.
Jeff Moe, 2011
51 – 200
626 W 66th St
Loveland, CO 80538
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