June 25, 2019

Aleph Objects, Inc. CEO Shares Future Plans, Bioprinting Details

2019 has been an unparalleled year for Aleph Objects, Inc., and it isn’t slowing down anytime soon for the rapidly growing company. Grant Flaharty, Aleph Objects President and CEO, opened up in a recent interview with the Loveland Reporter Herald about the upcoming LulzBot 3D bioprinter release later this summer, plans for further expansion into the European market, and projected growth in the coming year.

Grant Flaharty and The Cluster

Photo Credit: Craig Young, Loveland Reporter Herald

New Releases, New Directions

Aleph Objects unveiled the LulzBot TAZ Pro on April 1, the LulzBot TAZ Workhorse Edition on May 1, and on June 12, announced a collaboration with FluidForm™ to design and produce new 3D bioprinting hardware. Flaharty divulged further details of the upcoming product release, confirming that it would be a first-of-its-kind addition to the LulzBot line of 3D printers.

“The latest releases are moving the company more into the professional, industrial and biological arenas,” Flaharty said.

Ongoing Innovation

Aleph Objects' steadfast commitment to Free Software, Libre Innovation, and Open Source Hardware (FLO) presents unique opportunities for unprecedented innovation. Because of the company’s Open Source nature, the documentation for all of the company’s products is available online for anyone to view, replicate, and modify, and other users’ ideas can also be incorporated into future designs.

To learn more about Aleph Objects’ innovation and growth, read the full article HERE.