Aleph Objects partners with Polymaker and twoBEars to expand LulzBot 3D printing

Thursday December 15, 2016 0 comments Tags: Loveland, Aleph Objects, LulzBot, Harris Kenny, Polymaker, twoBEars


LOVELAND -- Aleph Objects Inc., recently named the No. 1 fastest-growing privately held U.S. computer hardware company by Inc. Magazine, announced a partnership with Polymaker and twoBEars.Aleph_Objects_logoUSE

“The desktop 3D printing industry is evolving,” said Harris Kenny, Aleph Objects VP of marketing. “Reliable LulzBot 3D printing hardware and software are here and improving. Materials are the next wave of innovation, and a Free/Libre/Open Source platform that respects user freedom is critical.” 

Aleph Objects announced support for two high demand filament materials, manufactured by Polymaker: PolyLite PLA and PC-Max.

"We are very excited to partner with Aleph Objects,” said Xiaofan Luo, Polymaker CEO. “By integrating our portfolio of advanced 3D printing materials with LulzBot 3D printers reliable build quality and Open Source software platform, we will surely bring the experience and functionality of desktop 3D printing to the next level."

PolyLite PLA is available at an entry-level price of $9.95 for 250 g (0.55 lbs). Customers can also purchase 1 kg (2.2 lb) reels for $25, and 3 kg (6.6 lb) reels for $70.

For industrial and heavy-duty users, PC-Max boasts an unrivaled combination of material strength and ease-of-printing, Aleph said.

PC-Max fulfills the promise of polycarbonate printing on the desktop. For $46 per 750 g (1.65 lbs), it is an affordable high-strength solution for engineers, educators and hackers, the company said.

“Polymaker’s premium materials are a perfect match for LulzBot 3D printers,” said Kenny. “We are excited for the community to use their filament when bringing prototypes, products, and educational experiences to life.”

Aleph Objects also announced support for two specialty filament materials manufactured by twoBEars: bioFila Silk and bioFila Linen.

Learn more about the more than 30 materials fully supported on the LulzBot platform at