With a visit to the museum, new interior design use case, a preview of CeBIT 2017, and more. Here’s ZMorph Digest #28!
We’d like to invite you to visit MODA - Museum of Design in Atlanta where you can see ZMorph 2.0 SX with Thick Paste Extruder being part of Food by Design exhibition. The topic of this display is to show various inventions and future solutions that could change the way food is being grown and produced.
The exhibition is open until May 7th. Here’s quote from the official description:
Food by Design: Sustaining the Future will look at cutting-edge developments and explore how the farm of the future might operate. The exhibit will also highlight ways in which worldwide food distribution could be made more equitable, and how we could design systems that encourage people to make healthier choices.
The latest interior design projects by designer Paula Szarejko shows how 3D printing can be successfully utilized to create custom market-ready products. Her flower-like modular lamps make an elegant and functional decoration that can be adapted for every interior. For more details read our detailed making of article.
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We gathered a list of 5 reasons why you should check our booth at CeBIT 2017 trade show that starts on March 20th in Hannover, Germany. Come over Hall 3, Booth E30 to check our latest advancements in multi-material 3D printing, spend some hands-on time with ZMorph 2.0 SX multitool 3D printer, and talk with our team members.
Send us a message to email@example.com if you’d like to schedule a product demonstration too.
Soon we’ll have some great news regarding laser cutting and engraving capabilities of ZMorph 2.0 SX. In the meantime, check out one of our latest sample work - we engraved a map of our hometown on a piece of plywood and the results are really nice!
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