LOVELAND, Colo. — Adding the LulzBot™ TAZ to their line up of innovative, Libre Hardware-inspired 3D printers, Aleph Objects, Inc. has introduced a game changer to the 3D printing industry. With the largest print volume of any desktop 3D printer in its class, the TAZ (formerly known as TK-0) offers unparalleled print quality compared to other 3D printers on the market. If you can think it up, you can print it.
Previous LulzBot models printed on an 8" X 8" X 4" surface, while the TAZ can print on a 12" X 11" X10" surface. The size difference? Softball vs. basketball.
“Rather than waiting months for a short-run manufacturing part, you can print a 3D object right from your desk. With this technology, we are advancing business productivity by reducing cost and the time it takes for rapid prototyping and product development,” Jeff Moe, President of Aleph Objects, explains.
Built upon the philosophy of “Libre Hardware,” LulzBot gives users the freedom to continually learn from, share and improve hardware and software. With the ability to swap out or modify tool heads and an expanded range of materials to print with, the sky is the limit for innovators and inventors.
Print materials for the TAZ and other LulzBot printers include ABS and PLA in a variety of colors as well as HIPS, nylon and wood filament.
Additionally, an updated Budaschnozzle hot end provides finer resolution prints with a smooth surface finish. Robust and reliable, TAZ is engineered for ease of use and low maintenance.
“Our best printer to date, TAZ represents the next evolution in 3D printing,” Moe said. “It’s not only the largest printer in its price range, the quality and accuracy of prints are exceptional.”
With distribution centers in the U.S., Canada and the U.K., the TAZ ships next day already calibrated with tool-free assembly, toolkit, unpacking guide and a 3D printing resource manual.
LulzBot has also extended its support of Libre Hardware-inspired innovation by launching a new forum for the TAZ: forum.lulzbot.com.
About Aleph Objects, Inc.
Built upon the philosophy of freedom, Aleph Objects, Inc. is transforming the 3D printer industry. Based in Loveland, Colo., they are committed to Libre Hardware, which means their hardware and software will not be locked down, become obsolete, or require licensed upgrades over time. Empowering customers is part of their innovative spirit and LulzBot users are encouraged to be part of the ongoing conversation. Join in and learn more online at lulzbot.com.