Aleph Objects hits 500,000th part milestone, to be featured today on Science Channel

By: InnovatioNews Thursday April 30, 2015 0 comments Tags: Loveland, Aleph Objects, LulzBot 3D printers, 3D printing, Jeff Moe


LOVELAND -- Aleph Objects Inc., a Free Software, Libre Innovation and Open Source Hardware company and makers of the LulzBot line of 3D printers, announced the production of its 500,000th 3D printer part.Aleph_Objects_logoUSE

Aleph Objects operates 144 LulzBot 3D printers that run 24 hours a day, five days a week, creating parts for their own printers.

The 500,000th part was an X-end motor mount for the company’s award-winning LulzBot mini desktop 3D printer, the company said.

“To our knowledge, no other company in 3D printing uses their own printers for the production of parts on this scale,” said Jeff Moe, Aleph Objects president and CEO.

“We are particularly proud of our achievement in reaching our 500,000th part milestone, as it illustrates the speed and reliability of our LulzBot line of 3D printers.”

Aleph also announced its LulzBot printers will be featured in this week’s episode of The Science Channel’s “How It’s Made” TV series that premieres today (April 30) at 7 p.m. Mountain Time.


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