Jeff Moe is CEO and founder of Aleph Objects. Jeff has been working to advance free & open software, hardware, and culture for over 15 years.
Frustrated by the status quo, Aleph Objects, Inc. began with the goal to allow people the freedom they need to get the job done — specifically, the job of conceiving, creating, and manufacturing 3D prototypes and projects. Aleph Objects, Inc., the parent company of LulzBot, develops and manufactures a line of open desktop 3D printers.
That’s Libre Innovation.
Two weeks ago, Moe, whose company makes desktop 3-D printers, purchased the building at 626 W. 66th St. formerly used by injection-molding company Eldon James.
Aleph Objects is in the process of moving its operations from a 3,000-square-foot building on Southwest 12th Street into the 17,000-square-foot space in north Loveland.
The vision of machines replicating themselves is reality at his old building, Moe said, where 40 LulzBot TAZ machines are running constantly.
“They’re printing the parts for our next generation,” he said. “We’re going to run 144 of these machines in this building.”