Polymaker offers its PolyLite PLA in a bright green color. Join us as we take a spool of Polymaker PolyLite PLA Lulzbot Green filament for a test ride.
The Lulzbot TAZ 6 is our summer 2019 pick for the "Best Workhorse 3D Printer". Check out our review to find out why it is the ideal machine for frequent use.
Aleph Objects' answer to the increasingly crowded professional desktop 3D printer space, the LulzBot TAZ Pro offers sophisticated multi-material printing and a large build volume. Read on as review the specs.
If you are looking for a strong, durable material that can withstand heat, Colorfabb HT is an interesting choice. Join us as we take a spool of ColorFabb HT Clear filament for a test ride.
LulzBot shows us how to build a fully functional longboard using 3D printing technology. You can follow along with their surprisingly simple instructions or use them as a basis to build your own board.
With a little 3D printing and a lot of imagination, Jame Bruton from XRobots has created the Batman Electric Skateboard - or Batboard.
Dr. Eva Håkansson is setting world records with KillaJoule, her custom-built electric motorcycle with a design aided by 3D printers.
Like a lime green phoenix from the ashes, the LulzBot of old has returned... sort of. Say hello to Lulzbot's small, new, and customizable 3D printer: the Taz SideKick.
Aleph Objects, which produces Lulzbot 3D printers, is getting a second chance.
Aleph Objects, the prestigious manufacturer of LulzBot 3D printers, announced a new partnership with bio-ink developer FluidForm, to manufacture new bioprinting hardware available this summer.
The latest "Digital Manufacturing Trends" report for Q4 2018 from 3D printing network 3D Hubs has been released. In this quarter, we see new printers rising, Austin take over New York as the second 3D print city, and the SLA/DLP market share increased.
Aleph Objects, the manufacturer of the popular LulzBot 3D printers, added a second certified open-source filament to its range. Their PETG filament by IC3D is now available on the Aleph Objects website.
The manufacturer of LulzBot 3D printers, Aleph Objects, has demonstrated an ultra-precise new Aerostruder v2 Micro Tool Head. It enables you to 3D print accurate penny-scale parts. It will be available to purchase in September.
Training company Building Momentum are using LulzBot 3D printers to train the US Marines in creative problem solving and innovation.
The 3D printer power user in us all could a do a lot worse than this beast of a package from MatterHackers. For now, the dual extruding Lulzbot Taz 6 Dual Platinum Edition, featuring a modular glass/PEI heated bed, is $200 off.
In this round of our giveaway bonanza we've upped the ante with one of our biggest prizes yet! Aleph Objects' flagship 3D printer, The Lulzbot Taz 6. Packing a big build volume and plug-and-play ease of use, this Taz 6 giveaway has got it all.