Aleph Objects moves to larger facility, expects to hire more workers to meet growing 3D demand

By: InnovatioNews Wednesday October 16, 2013 0 comments Tags: 3D, Aleph Mountain, Aleph Objects, Jeff Moe, Loveland, LulzBot

LOVELAND - Aleph Objects Inc., makers of LulzBot 3D desktop printers, has moved into a larger facility and will hire more workers in response to high customer demand and projections for growth in 2014, the company announced.

Aleph's new headquarters is located at U.S. Highway 287 and West 66th Street in Loveland. The 17,000-square-foot building will allow the company to increase its production of rapid prototyping 3D printers and hire additional staff by the end of the year, Aleph said.

"Our new facility, Aleph Mountain, will allow us to scale from hundreds to thousands of units being produced a year," said Jeff Moe, company president.

"With the building sitting on nine acres, we even have room to expand our business and continue to grow product lines on this site."

Previously used as the Eldon James injection molding facility, renovation plans for Aleph Mountain include exterior painting, factory floor layout and addition of reception space.

An open house is planned for early 2014.

The expansion reflects a jump in sales this year, including 400 percent growth and the addition of global distribution centers in the UK and Canada, Aleph said.

The company said it expects to add between 10 and 15 new workers by the end of the year to total 40 in 2014.
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