Bummer. They were very pro open source and here in Colorado. I never bought one, but there’s one at my local library that seems to work pretty well.

Oh man, I really hope they manage to stay going with a leaner crew and not shutdown entirely. That sort of thing is really scary for me to read.

Didn’t they just announce their bioprinting hardware? Weird, maybe it may just be a transition to more advanced stuff/industrial. The taz is a great printer, also interesting that I haven’t seen very many clones of it too. I always liked the metal plate leveling points and the little nozzle cleaning brush. The Garolite plate is nifty too.