We just got back from Manufacturing World Japan 2017 trade show in Tokyo where we had a real pleasure to present some of the multi-material capabilities of ZMorph 2.0 SX.
Almost 90 000 people visited Manufacturing World Japan 2017 trade show at the futuristic Tokyo Big Sight venue from 21 to 23 of June. ZMorph was present there along with our Japanese reseller Brule presenting ZMorph 2.0 SX multitool 3D printer at the 3D and Virtual Reality Expo section, which was one of the most popular parts of the entire show.
Heavy industry and electronics were among many types of professions interested in ZMorph’s multi-material capabilities. Visitors at our booth were looking to go beyond standard 3D printing in their rapid prototyping and low volume manufacturing pipelines.
Professionals specialized in product design and architecture were especially interested in interchangeable toolheads and DUAL PRO toolhead in particular. At the booth, we presented some of our latest architectural and multi-color samples that sparked their imagination with many potential applications in their field.
Our new CNC and laser cut samples drew people’s attention but it’s the machine itself that made the best impression once the visitors had a chance to see it in action.
Japanese are known for their attention to details and admiration for modern design and many visitors admired how ZMorph 2.0 SX multitool 3D printer combines multi-functionality with unique looks.
We had a really good time during Manufacturing World Japan 2017, received a lot of positive feedback and managed to increase our recognizability that bodes very well for ZMorph’s future on the Japanese market. See you next year, Tokyo!
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