Aleph Objects' LulzBot TAZ 4 3D printer named Most Maker Machine by Make: magazine review

By: InnovatioNews Thursday November 20, 2014 0 comments Tags: 3D printing, Aleph Objects, Loveland, LulzBot TAZ 4, Make magazine, Seth Sinnema

 

LOVELAND - Make: magazine, producer of the popular Maker Faire events, has named Aleph Objects' LulzBot TAZ 4 the "Most Maker Machine" as part of the magazine's Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing 2015.

The award comes on the heels of the original LulzBot TAZ receiving the top spot for Best Documentation in last year's Make: review.

This year's Make: review said the LulzBot TAZ 4 "has everything a maker wants" and possesses "the excellent print quality and detailed documentation needed to level up."

"We are proud that our flagship LulzBot 3D printer won the award for Most Maker Machine," said Seth Sinnema, Aleph Objects CTO.

"LulzBot 3D printers respect the freedom of every type of maker to get the job done. From engineers at Fortune 500 companies and Ivy League professors to educators and home hobbyists, we are proud to see our high-performance machines enabling others to do great things."

The issue of Make: magazine will be available at Barnes and Noble and on newsstands on Nov. 25.
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