LulzBot, a "libre hardware" 3D printer

Kristin sez, "Based in Loveland, Colorado, LulzBot designs, builds, and sells desktop 3D printers, parts, and plastics for entrepreneurs, inventors, engineers, and experimenters. They've just launched their AO-101 3D printer a high-quality, cost-effective solution that embodies the philosophy of "Libre Hardware," allowing people to learn from, share, and improve the hardware and software they use."

AO-101 3D Printer (Thanks, Kristin!)


  1. Thank you LulzBot for being an ongoing sponsor of Slic3r (the software many of us use to prepare our models for printing). My impression is that not enough of the reprap hardware vendors are contributing to the software side of things. Now that there are a number of quality machine designs, software is where the next leap forward could be made.

  2. I wish he’d just sell the designs so i could cut the proper brackets on my cnc and use off the shelf t-slot.

  3. I’m sure the first thing a real marketing team would change about this company is the name. I don’t want to buy a $1,725 3D printer from 4chan.

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