Lostboyslab has ordered 80 new extrusion 3D printers from Prusa Research. The new printers will join the current fleet of 140 printers at Lostboyslab’s Alpha Zero 3D print farm, located on the southern coast of Sweden.
“The Prusa Research FDM 3D printers have just proven time and time again that they are the most reliable machines and with the open material system, very suitable for additive manufacturing with all the recycled and sustainable materials that we are developing with our partners. “said Stefan Larsson, founder and CEO of Lostboyslab.
Lostboyslab is seeing growing demand for its 3D printing services, especially with recycled and bio-derived materials, and is now adding more manufacturing capabilities to its current fleet of 3D printers. The new investment will almost double the FFF printing capacity. The new 3D printers are both the Original Prusa i3 MK3S+ and the upcoming Original Prusa XL.
With more than 200 printers on a single site, the Lostboyslab Alpha Zero 3D printing farm is today one of the largest additive manufacturing sites in Europe. “Our printers are gaining ground in industrial applications and we are pleased that with their quality and reliability they will easily succeed in the competition of incomparably more expensive printers.” Josef Prusa, Founder and CEO of Prusa Research.
Design studio Lostboyslab revolves around disruption and Imagineering, constantly pushing the boundaries of technology in both manufacturing and materials. On a mission to find new ways to use new manufacturing opportunities and new materials, in combination with innovative thinking, the team seeks the best process with software, platforms, 3D modeling and design technology. ‘impression. The company’s functional approach aims to manufacture in the fastest and smartest way, combining parametric design, artificial intelligence, generative design and millions of simulations so that all digital designs are fully optimized for additive manufacturing.