With 3D printed video game sword, visit to a chocolate festival, and more. Here's ZMorph Digest #27!
Our friends from Fotis Mint used ZMorph 2.0 SX multitool 3D printer to manufacture a 3D printed replica of a fantasy sword from the Monster Hunter game series for a competition held by My Mini Factory. Awesome job!
We have a few tips for painting your 3D prints, which might help you in creating projects like this one.
Fargo 3D Printing YouTube channel uploaded a video from their visit at ZMorph booth during CES 2017 in Las Vegas. Take a closer look at various multi-material samples and listen to an interview with Przemek Jaworski, Founder and CEO of ZMorph.
And in case you missed it, you should also check out our CES 2017 impressions.
Our Chinese reseller Beets3D participated in an annual Chocolate Trail event held in Harbour City, one of the biggest shopping malls in Hong Kong. During the show, customers can check and taste chocolate in various forms. ZMorph 2.0 SX machine was present to 3D print chocolate cupcake and bar models. CNC PRO toolhead was also used to engrave commemorative chocolate plaques.
Food 3D printing is a very interesting application with a lot of myths surrounding it.
One of our designers created a series of back to the 90’s keychains shaped like a boombox, cassette tape, floppy disc, game pad, and a Game Boy. We used the CNC PRO toolhead to mill them in 6 mm thick plywood. Only minor sanding was needed to complete these very unique gadgets that we managed to manufacture at a very low cost. Source files coming soon!
Want to share your works with the ZMorph community? Send us a message to email@example.com and we’d be happy to feature your projects in our ZMorph Digest bi-weekly newsletter.
Your email address will not be published.