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[DEAL] Pick Up a Lulzbot at 32% Off & Benefit the Free Software Foundation Doing it

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Lulzbot is holding a GPL benefit sale, knocking 15% off its already cut-price factory refurbs (bringing the discount up to 32%) with some of the proceeds going to the Free Software Foundation.

There are few big-name 3D printer manufacturers as dedicated to open source and the unrestricted community driven advancement of the systems driving its 3D printers as Lulzbot.

To this, the brand is have a grand old sale on factory refurbished Taz 6 and Mini 3D printers. On top of crazy good savings on these excellent 3D printers, Lulzbot will donate $50 for each sale to the Free Software Foundation, the organization behind the GNU General Public License (GPL) that keeps open software open.

What this means in cold hard dollars however, is that you can pick up a Lulzbot Taz 6 for $1,700 and Lulzbot Mini (v1.04) for $850 — a 32% saving over their typical list price. Madness. And if the fact that they are refurbished is a little off-putting, Lulzbot also includes a 90-day warranty, so there’s plenty of time for problems to be ironed out should they arise.

You can learn more about these printers with our in-depth reviews, here: Lulzbot Taz 6, Lulzbot Mini.

Head on over to the Lulzbot website to learn more, snag a printer and support a good cause. Don’t rest on your laurels though, the sale ends May 14th, 2018 (and is exclusive to the United States).


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