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LulzBot 3D Printers
LulzBot 3D Printers

LulzBot 3D Printers

LulzBot, the working company name of Aleph Objects, is headquartered in Loveland, Colorado. Creators of the TAZ line of 3D printers, as well as the Mini and Mini 2, LulzBot is known for making reliable, robust, and pro 3D printers. LulzBot has spent the last ten years evolving their TAZ line of 3D printers to the current TAZ 6 model a LulzBot professional 3D printer. With a self-cleaning nozzle, a PEI heated print bed, and one of the largest build areas of any available 3D printer, the TAZ 6 continues to prove itself as a professional grade 3D printer. Both the TAZ 6 and Mini 2 have SD card readers for wireless 3D printing and contain all the newest technology for precise and accurate 3D prints. Along with LulzBot's awesome collection of interchangeable toolheads, TAZ 6 owners have options for dual-extrusion printing with the TAZ Dual Extruder v3 Tool Head, or printing with abrasive and advanced materials with the HS (Hardened Steel) Tool Head. Mini 2 owners can also print reliably with flexible materials with the SE Tool Head, or TAZ 6 owners can crank out strong, durable parts with the TAZ MOARStruder Tool Head. Mini 2 owners can opt for the SL Tool Head (Micro) for truly detailed printing down to 25 microns. Mini 2, and TAZ 6 users have access to almost any filament in our extensive catalog with these tool heads, including PLA, ABS, TPU, nylon, NylonX, and any material from our PRO Series lineup. Overall the Lulzbot 3D printers are among the toughest, most reliable and most versatile printers available. Whatever kind of 3D printing project you are planning, the Lulzbot TAZ 6 and Mini 2 are ready to make it a reality. Become a LulzBot 3D printer pro user today.

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