This month the Free Software Foundation (FSF) today awarded Respects Your Freedom (RYF) certification to the LulzBot TAZ 3 3D printer, making it the fifth model in the range of LulzBot 3D printers created by Aleph Objects to be awarded the FSF certification.
The LulzBot TAZ 3 3D printer started shipping earlier this year for $2,195 and has been designed to provide users with Aleph Objects highest quality printer to date and has been contracted for dependable cost-effective 3D printing.
Material the LulzBot TAZ 3 3D printer is capable of printing include ABS, PLA, PVA, high-impact polystyrene, and wood filament and with extra add-ons, you can also print with nylon and other materials if required. Joshua Gay, FSF licensing & compliance manager explains:
“Aleph Objects, Inc. has become a leader in the free software movement, not only in terms of producing hardware products that respect users’ freedom, but also in terms of their engagement with and contributions to the free software community each step of the way,”
Aleph Objects explains a little more about their new LulzBot TAZ 3 3D printer: “TAZ is engineered for quality and tested for the long haul. As the most dependable desktop 3D printer on the market, TAZ requires minimal maintenance — helping you advance productivity and reduce costs. TAZ prints fine layer heights at speeds faster than most of the competition, is perfect for small manufacturing and comes with self-lubricating bushings. It’s also the quietest printer on the market.”
For more information on the new LulzBot TAZ 3 3D printer jump over to the Aleph Objects website for details.