LOVELAND — Aleph Objects Inc., one of the stars of Northern Colorado’s startup scene, this week announced that it recorded its fourth consecutive quarterly profit during the second quarter of this year, with year-over-year revenue climbing 83 percent.
The Loveland-based 3-D printer manufacturer did not disclose the amount of net income for the quarter. But revenue came in at $5.8 million for the quarter and $10.5 million year to date in 2016.
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Founded in 2011, Aleph makes the Lulzbot line of 3-D printers.
The 2016 growth continues the company’s rapid ascension.
In May, Aleph ranked first in BizWest’s Mercury 100 list of Northern Colorado’s fastest-growing private companies, with 2015 revenue of more than $10.5 million. Aleph recorded 2015 sales of $15.1 million, up 806 percent from just two years earlier.