FAME 3D Acquires LulzBot and Relocates to Fargo

A major brand of 3D printers is moving their business to Fargo.

FARGO, N.D. – Fargo Additive Manufacturing Equipment 3D acquired all assets of Aleph Objects, the company responsible for the LulzBot 3D printers featured on Good Morning America.

The brand offers several consumer and industrial options for 3D printing, including the TAZ and Mini 2.

The acquisition was made last month by Ron Bergan, who sold the Fargo Assembly Company in 2017.

FAME 3D plans to hire 50 new employees immediately.

Their new offices and manufacturing facilities will be at the former Vanity Clothing building on 25th St.

“That [3D Printing] touches every industry we’re already in. It will affect agriculture and ag manufacturing. It will affect everything we’re doing in aerospace and UAS. It will certainly affect the energy industry and so this is absolutely incredible.” said Gov. Doug Burgum.

If you’re interested in applying for a job at the new company, you can find information on the LulzBot website.

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