Category Archives: Ben Malouf

Lulzbot hints at SLA 3D printer addition to open source FFF portfolio

Lulzbot, the open-source brand of the FDM 3D printers from Colorado-based manufacturer Aleph Objects, has hinted the development of an stereolithography (SLA) 3D printer in its latest newsletter. The newsletter heading states: “Wash Away Your 3D Printing Preconceptions: We’ve got the cure for the common printer—our newest solution will be released this September! We’re laser focused on the […]

Interview: Ben Malouf, LulzBot, on the RepRap 10th Anniversary

The influence of the RepRap project continues to be seen across the 3D printing industry. Aleph Objects, developers and manufacturers of the LulzBot range of desktop 3D printers has always been particularly close to the open source ethos that informed RepRap from the beginning. On the 10th anniversary of the RepRap project Ben Malouf, Aleph […]

Interview: Ben Malouf, LulzBot, on the RepRap 10th Anniversary

The influence of the RepRap project continues to be seen across the 3D printing industry. Aleph Objects, developers and manufacturers of the LulzBot range of desktop 3D printers has always been particularly close to the open source ethos that informed RepRap from the beginning. On the 10th anniversary of the RepRap project Ben Malouf, Aleph […]

3D Printing at CES 2018: 13 experts identify trends

What were the main 3D printing trends and new 3D printers launched at CES 2018? I asked 13 of companies with 3D printers at CES 2018 for more insights. 3D printer manufacturers, specifically those in the desktop market, were joined by several 3D printing material companies and 3D scanning companies. However, the major  industrial 3D […]

RAPID + TCT 2017 preview with 3DPlatform, Materialise, SAE, Aleph Objects, BeAM

Next week on May 8th, the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania will be open to the latest 3D printing releases at RAPID …

RAPID + TCT 2017 preview with 3DPlatform, Materialise, SAE, Aleph Objects, BeAM

Next week on May 8th, the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania will be open to the latest 3D printing releases at RAPID …