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Reason TV Covers Inside 3D Printing

We recently attended the Inside 3D Printing tradeshow in New York City. We enjoyed speaking with a wide range of people interested in 3D printing, we even got a chance to speak with some of our current customers and partners who stopped by our booth to say hi.

One of the partners we caught up with is, which is based in Aspen, Colorado. If you're in Aspen and looking to see 3D printers in action, or have a 3D printed object made for you, check them out!

3D Printed Batman and Bloodseeker Cosplay Costumes and Props

3D printing Batman belt prop
3D printed Batman belt prop
3D printed Batman EMP toy
3D printed Bloodseeker costume teeth
3D printed Bloodseeker costume helmet
3D printed Bloodseeker costume arm sword

One of the most exciting things about building 3D printers is seeing how our customers bring their ideas to life. Recently we have seen some remarkably creative projects posted to the LulzBot Forum, and we want to share them here on the LulzBot blog too!

Below you will find two different Batman Dark Knight-inspired props (a belt and an EMP toy weapon), as well as the early stages of a Bloodseeker costume.

LulzBot Budaschnozzle 2.0 Sale at Massdrop

LulzBot Budaschnozzle 2.0 Sale

Have you ever looked for a sale or discount on the LulzBot Budaschnozzle? If so, today is your lucky day! We are offering a special opportunity to buy the Budaschnozzle 2.0 filament extruder through our partnership with Massdrop.

The Budaschnozzle 2.0 is the latest in LulzBot's filament extrusion technology, and like all of our products it is fully Libre/Open Source Hardware! The Budaschnozle 2.0 is also built in the RepRap tradition, so if you are looking for a reliable, high performance RepRap filament extruder then look no further. Not Affected by Heartbleed Vulnerability

Heartbleed logo

Dear LulzBot Community,

We want to update/inform you that our website,, was not affected by the major security vulnerability in OpenSSL known as "Heartbleed". In learning about Heartbleed, we did conduct our due diligence immediately, but we want to be clear that our website and customers were never in harm's way.

Loveland Creatorspace Show and Tell at LulzBot Headquarters

Loveland Creatorspace, Show and Tell Photo 1
Loveland Creatorspace, Show and Tell Photo 2
Loveland Creatorspace, Show and Tell Photo 3

Last week we had the privilege of hosting the Loveland Creatorspace's Show and Tell event, where members show off their wares to other members and the public. We had a great time hosting our local creatorspace, including special guests from SparkFun Electronics and the Denver Mini Maker Faire, and showing off our cluster of 135 LulzBot 3D printers.

LulzBot Attending Inside 3D Printing 2014

Inside 3D Printing, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center

Did you know Aleph Objects, Inc., makers of the LulzBot 3D printers, parts, and filament, is attending Inside 3D Printing 2014, New York City at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center on Thursday April 3rd and Friday April 4th?

Pictured on the left: The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, photo credit Jim.henderson, Wikimedia.

Unallocated Space Hackerspace Putting Their New TAZ to Work

Unallocated Space 3D printer, octopus print
Unallocated Space 3D printer, octopus print final
Unallocated Space 3D printer, gears

When we recently announced our 2014 Hackerspace Giveaway winners, we knew people would be excited because the quality of applicants this year was higher than ever. It came as no surprise to us when we started receiving emails and calls from hackerspaces already putting their new LulzBot 3D printers to work.

Slic3r 1.0.0 Stable Released

Slic3r 3D printer software logo
Slic3r Software for 3D printing with LulzBot TAZ

We want to wish a hearty congratulations to Alessandro Ranellucci! After over three years of development, Slic3r 1.0.0 stable has been released!

Pictured on the left: The Slic3r logo (above), and the latest version of our TAZ 3D printer (below).

Reddit 3D Printed Musical Instrument Contest Winners Announced

Reddit 3D printing contest, Reddit Alien Logo
3D printed trombone
3D printed ukelele
3D printed slit piano

It's official! The winners of the Reddit r/3Dprinting March musical instrument contest have been announced.

Congratulations to all the winners, and thanks to all the participants, the moderators, the team over at (the open source object sharing site where submissions were posted), and of course the entire r/3Dprinting community.


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