Aleph Objects Expands 3D Printing Efforts In Colorado

3D printer maker Aleph Objects, which makes the LulzBot 3D desktop printers, said Tuesday that it is in a major hiring and expansion effort. The company said it has moved into a new, 17,000-square foot building in Loveland, Colorado, and is looking to hire 10 to 15 people by the end of the year. The company said the new headquarters and hiring plans come due to an "explosion" in sales. The company said it saw 400 percent growth in its sales this year. No financials were released. Aleph Objects said it has been raising money for its 3D printers on crowdsourcing site Fundable, and that it makes its hardware designs and software available for modification and improvement by users.