Jeff Moe thought he was finished with 3D printing for a while. But then a deadly pandemic gripped the world. And then the governor called.
Moe had just completed the sale of Aleph Objects, the Loveland-based manufacturer of popular Lulzbot 3D printers, to FAME 3D in Fargo, N.D. Now Moe, a resident of Masonville, could concentrate on his new company, Fork Sand, which is dedicated to helping computer users protect their privacy.
But no, Jared Polis needed his skills and his contacts. Frustrated by a slow federal response to urgent needs for ventilators, masks, test kits, and other equipment needed in the fight […]
Heralded as an important catalyst for the changing face of manufacturing and supply chains, additive manufacturing is...