Friday January 17, 2014 0 commentsLOVELAND - Aleph Objects Inc., makers of the LulzBot line of desktop 3D printers, will host a public open house of its new facility on Jan. 31 from 3-7 p.m.
Dubbed "Aleph Mountain," the 17,000-square-foot facility is located at U.S. 287 and West 66th St. in Loveland.
The open house will feature live demos of 3D printers, including its newest version of the LulzBot TAZ 3, and tours of the manufacturing area, refreshments and door prizes.
"Aleph Mountain will allow us to scale from hundreds to thousands of units being produced each year," said Jeff Moe, Aleph's president. "Our team is eager to invite the public to our facility and share our passion, innovation and vision in a face-to-face setting."
LulzBot products run entirely on free software and distribute the source code to customers so they can control and expand every aspect of their printer, Aleph said.