We just got back from a successful business trip around Europe. Also, there’s a lot of interesting links in ZMorph Digest #9.
Make your own laser-cut laptop stickers
Eliza Wrobel decided to design unique laptop stickers to make her computer more personal. ZMorph 2.0 SX with a laser toolhead made it possible for her to save money, materials, and time as she was able to manufacture the stickers in just a few minutes. You can too, just download the free source files.
How to reduce costs of 3D printing
We asked an experienced 3D printing professional to gather a set of useful tips and tricks for reducing costs of digital fabrication. They’re easy to implement so you can start saving right away!
ZMorph 2.0 SX on a successful business trip
Our CEO and Sales Director spent the last week traveling and showing ZMorph 2.0 SX Multitool 3D Printer to our business partners and potential new clients around Europe. They also visited our friends from Machines-3D who received their first delivery of the new machine.
During the tour, we received a lot of positive feedback about ZMorph 2.0 SX and its capabilities. The number of orders is also rising and this is only the beginning as we’re soon flying to promote our products in the Middle East, Asia, and the US!
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Join ZMorph on Instructables
You should definitely visit our new profile on Instructables where we released the source files for our 3D printed rehabilitation orthosis. Now everybody can download them for free, print and assemble. It’s not an easy task as the device consists of over 70 parts. Are you up for this challenge?
3D scanning webinar on YouTube
We get a lot of questions about how to use our 3D scanner, so we asked our lead developer Filip to make a webinar about it.
Why buying quality filament matters
Head over to Designfutures forum to read a very interesting report from filament tests performed by KrisJEC. His findings really prove that quality matters.
3D printed door knockers that look like forged in metal
ZMorph user Victor Pons 3D printed two door knockers and used a bit of post-production to make them look like they were forged in metal. The results are just stunning!