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LulzBot Libre / Open Source Hardware 3D printers, parts, and filaments are manufactured by Aleph Objects, Inc. and are available at LulzBot.com!
LulzBot Libre / Open Source Hardware 3D printers, parts, and filaments are manufactured by Aleph Objects, Inc. and are available at LulzBot.com!

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With little margin for error in the schedule, reliable production techniques are crucial to a successful marketing campaign.

Unmask the +System76 Guy Tux story in the case study below!

#revolutionist76


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Landon Meier regularly breaks the internet with his oddly accurate masks, such as Heisenberg from Breaking Bad, athletes, and other public figures.

Step inside his Denver-based studio to learn how Hyperflesh uses LulzBot 3D printers to craft his life-like and hyper-realistic creations.



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Go behind the scenes to see how +System76 used a Libre 3D printing work flow to design and create the User Freedom-loving Guy Tux mask! 
You ask and You Shall Receive! Check out how the Guy Tux mask was created and how you can remix your own! http://blog.system76.com/post/162164401843/guy-tux-the-making-of-the-mask

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Cast your gaze onto this molten-hot process! See how +Julian Voss-Andreae uses #LulzBot TAZ 3D Printers & the lost PLA casting process to make giant bronze sculptures on his desktop!


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Visit the LulzBot booth at the Atlantic Design & Manufacturing show in #NYC tomorrow for a LulzBot fidget. They're going fast!

Want to 3D print your own? Get the files from LulzBot.com/fidget #AdvMfgExpo
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As educators search for ways to solve old problems with emergent technology, the answer often comes from 3D printing.

Read the case study to learn how Javier Montiel, who teaches bilingual education at Velasco Elementary, turned to LulzBot 3D printers to help students with phonetics and increase their knowledge of syllables in the Spanish language.


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At the Protosthetics headquarters in Fargo, North Dakota, USA, nearly a dozen LulzBot 3D printers are used to positively impact patients’ lives.

Read on to see how Protosthetics uses modified LulzBot 3D printers with nearly four feet of build height to manufacture patient-specific sockets, attachments, and accessories.
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