Aleph Objects, the Loveland 3D printer manufacturer that laid off most of its workers last month because of cash-flow problems, has found a buyer, the company announced Friday afternoon.
Grant Flaharty, CEO of Aleph Objects and who will continue in that role, said Fargo Additive Manufacturing Equipment 3D, or FAME 3D, acquired the assets of Aleph Objects in a deal that was completed Friday.
“They plan on moving forward with the LulzBot brand of printers,” he said in an interview Friday evening. “They will begin production this coming week in Loveland.” On Oct. 11, the company announced that it had laid off 91 of its 113 employees. Flaharty said Friday that some of those employees would be hired back, but he didn’t know how many yet. “This just happened,” he said. “Those are discussions that will be going on over the weekend — how many […]
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