With an amazing 3D printed sword, a guide on how to make a 4-color mountain, and more. Here’s ZMorph Digest #32!
Download free source files, follow our step-by-step guide and make your own unique 4-color mountain sample using DUAL PRO toolhead.
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Przemek Jaworski, founder and CEO of ZMorph, spoke about the future of multi-material 3D printing during Startup: Wrocław meetup event. He focused on new material and production possibilities that will be enabled by improved hardware and new software. This was also a perfect occasion to give a glimpse of upcoming changes to Voxelizer. Our proprietary software will receive a complete overhaul and new features later this year. Some of these can be seen on the work-in-progress image below.
In case you missed it, check the entire article about the future of 3D printing by Przemek Jaworski published at 3D Printing Industry.
I’m pretty sure that in the next 5 years we will see a lot of new multifunctional desktop fabrication tools, able to make objects from many materials at once. They will be used to make other machines, robots, vehicles, drones, or maybe even functional clones of themselves. There is much more to 3D printing, and my personal goal is to make sure that ZMorph multitool 3D printer is part of the avant-garde in this process.
Our Russian distributors from SIU System held their first open workshop about ZMorph for which they prepared laser-engraved fruits and sweets. With snacks like these, they obviously had a full house of people interested in exploring multi-material capabilities of ZMorph 2.0 SX multitool 3D printer. Next event is coming soon, so make sure to sign up for it!
ZMorph user Fotis Mint designed, 3D printed and post-produced an amazing replica of Thranduil’s Sword from The Hobbit movies. Head over to his profile page at MyMiniFactory to download this and other of his designs.
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