Aleph Objects releases LulzBot TAZ 4, the company's most robust and capable 3D printer

By: InnovatioNews Wednesday May 7, 2014 0 comments Tags: 3D printers, Aleph Objects, Jeff Moe, Loveland, LulzBot TAZ 4


LOVELAND - Aleph Objects Inc. announced it has released the new LulzBot TAZ 4 3D printer, the sixth-generation of LulzBot's TAZ 3D printer in the last year.

Aleph Object said the latest improvements make the machine more robust and capable than ever. The new printer comes wired for a quick upgrade to LulzBot's forthcoming dual extruder add-on for 3D printing with multiple filament materials, the company said.

"We are dedicated to bringing the latest technology to market as quickly as possible," said Jeff Moe, Aleph Objects president. "We re-engineered the machine for performance, particularly the drive rod system and electronics case.

"We also upgraded the power supply and now include a standard extruder fan. These improvements ensure our users are investing in a workhorse desktop 3D printer built to thrive with heavy use."

The TAZ 4 includes a streamlined modular printer head carriage for a wide range of accessories, the company said. With add-ons, LulzBot 3D printers can take advantage of more than 12 different kinds of 3D printer filaments, including rubber-like NinjaFlex.

  
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