Bizarre applications of 3D printing, CNC milling in aluminum and much more. Welcome to ZMorph Digest #11 news round-up.
Watch our latest video in which Przemek Jaworski explains how the Closed Loop System in ZMorph 2.0 SX works. With it, your prints and CNC works are still fabricating fine and in the highest possible quality while other machines would just fail to make them.
Check out our list of 7 bizarre 3D printing applications to learn about such things like 3D printed violin and food with mushrooms growing inside. For some people, there're no limits when it comes to using 3D printing!
Our latest use case proves that desktop 3D printer like ZMorph 2.0 SX can be used to improve and shorten the jewelry making process. In the article about the making of silver jewelry from 3D printed molds, we describe a method that you can use to create molds and cast objects from various metals and other materials too.
In Amsterdam, we showed ZMorph 2.0 SX Multitool 3D Printer at Additive Manufacturing Europe 2016 expo. During the show, we also revealed two new ZMorph distributors in The Netherlands and the Middle East.
It was the first ever competition in building a 3D printed bridge prototype. Held in May at the Gdansk University of Technology, Most 3D Wanted gathered the most bright engineering students from the entire Poland. Prototypes printed on ZMorph machine had to withstand tremendous forces during professional tests - and they did!
Our dear friend and ZMorph user Gueni have sent us his latest CNC works and they’re just stunning!
Just have a look at these butterflies milled in wood and plexiglass.
What truly amazed us was the results of his experiments with CNC milling in aluminum!
Please note that aluminum is not on our list of officially supported materials although we’re currently working on enabling easy CNC milling in aluminum with ZMorph 2.0 SX.
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