3D Printer Company Leaves Loveland Forever
The 3D printing company maker of the Lulzbot line, Aleph Objects, was sold in November to a venture capitalist group, Ron Bergan.
The final productions in Loveland have wrapped and the company has since moved from 626 W. 66th St to South Dakota.
Aleph Objects laid off 91 of its 113 employees back in October. Most of the remaining employees were offered jobs if they would relocate to South Dakota.
According to the Reporter-Herald, three have taken the offer and relocated. The company now has a new name, Fargo Additive Manufacturing Equipment 3D, located in Fargo, North Dakota.