Aleph Objects' 3D LulzBot printers to be showcased at Fort Collins Museum of Discovery March 20

By: InnovatioNews Wednesday March 12, 2014 0 comments Tags: 3D printing, Aleph Objects, Cathy Jones, Fort Collins, Jeff Moe, Loveland, LulzBot

FORT COLLINS - Loveland-based Aleph Objects Inc. will showcase its LulzBot TAZ 3D desktop printer at the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery this month and in April, the company announced.

LulzBot 3D printers will be showcased March 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. during the museum's "Geek Week" and at the museum's next adult event on April 18 from 8-11 p.m.

"The Fort Collins Museum of Discovery is thrilled to be showcasing innovations of a local company," said Cathy Jones, the museum's director of marketing.

"If you've ever wondered how a 3D printer works, these events will be the perfect time to see one in action, up close."

Aleph Object's LulzBot printers have been featured at trade shows across the nation and the world this year.

"The Fort Collins Museum of Discovery is a phenomenal resource for bringing innovative technology to Northern Colorado, and we're excited to be showcasing the TAZ at their upcoming events," said Jeff Moe, Aleph Objects president.

"It is our hope that this experience will allow the community to discover the excitement and future possibilities for 3D printing."

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