Aleph Objects to Manufacture LulzBot 3D Printers Live at CES

Aleph Objects, Inc. the company that designs, develops, and manufactures the LulzBot line of 3D printers announced Wednesday that it will manufacture LulzBot 3D printers live at the global tech conference CES. This never-seen-before display of manufacturing of 3D printers will give CES visitors a first-hand experience of how LulzBot 3D printers are manufactured at the company’s headquarters in Loveland, Colorado, USA.

Right from the 3D printing of specialised components to final calibration and packaging, the company will demonstrate the entire process that goes into the manufacturing of LulzBot 3D printers live at the conference. Speaking about the show floor factory, Harris Kenny, President of Aleph Objects said, “Our show floor factory is not a proof of concept, we’ve been using 3D printers in production since 2011.’ “Evolved makers around the world are transforming manufacturing with LulzBot 3D Printers” Kenny added.

The LulzBot 3D Printer Cluster
The LulzBot 3D Printer Cluster/Image Credit LulzBot/Aleph Objects

More than 150 LulzBot 3D Printers using custom components are used to build more printers at the company’s headquarters in Loveland. Known as “The Cluster”, the process transforms as much as 50kg of filament per day into extruder gears, fan ducts, structural components and much more. At CES, the company will showcase a micro-cluster process involving nine LulzBot 3D printers that will be at work printing 3D printer components.

Apart from showing the live manufacturing process, the company will also be demonstrating its recently launched products of which include the LulzBot TAZ Dual Extruder Tool Head v3, and Modular Print Bed Systems for LulZBot TAZ and Mini. The company will also be showcasing the latest version of Cura LulzBot Edition with a revamped interface and new features.

At the conference, Aleph Objects, Inc. will also be announcing the availability of three of its new printer accessory products such as Aerostruder Tool Heads for the LulzBot TAZ that allows printing of both rigid and flexible materials without a tool head change. Immediately after CES, the company will make available the LulzBot Mini LCD Controller. The controller makes it possible to operate a 3D printer without connecting to a host computer

The CES conference will take place in Las Vegas, USA from January 9-12, 2018. The CES is known as the world’s gathering place for people who take efforts and come up with innovations in the world of consumer technologies.

Source: LulzBot