Aleph Objects partners with colorFabb for new materials for LulzBot 3D line of desktop printers

Tuesday December 1, 2015 0 comments Tags: Loveland, Aleph Objects, colorFabb, Harris Kenny, LulzBot 3D printers

 

LOVELAND --  Aleph Objects Inc.   and Netherlands-based colorFabb today announced a partnership to officially support and sell four of colorFabb’s premium materials for the LulzBot line of desktop 3D printers.Aleph_Objects_logoUSE

The materials – bambooFill, bronzeFill, copperFill and woodFill – are all officially supported in Cura LulzBot Edition v18 and available for purchase on LulzBot.com.

Aleph Objects said it is also adding Cura LulzBot Edition v18 support for colorFabb XT co-polyester, produced from Amphora 3D Polymer by Eastman Chemical Company.

“Aleph Objects’ commitment to Libre innovation and respecting user freedom creates an environment where developers thrive and the user benefits,” said Harris Kenny, Aleph’s VP of marketing.

“ColorFabb is a pioneer in the rapidly growing desktop 3D printing industry, and we are proud to officially support and sell their premium materials for the LulzBot platform.”

Aleph said the new materials join dozens already officially supported in Cura LulzBot Edition v18 and sold on LulzBot.com, including HIPS, PLA, ABS, nylons, elastomer, polyesters, polycarbonate, glow-in-the-dark, electrically conductive, UV reactive, among others.