With awesome 3D printed cosplay gun, CNC works of Belgian maker, and more. Here’s ZMorph Digest #35!
For her appearance at the Pyrkon fan convention in Poland, cosplayer Nellcraft Burrow decided to dress like Soldier: 76 character from popular multiplayer shooter game Overwatch. People from Get Models Now helped her 3D print and paint a stunning prop gun from the game. For more details read our blog post and check out the video below
Belgian maker Julien Doolaeghe is using ZMorph 2.0 SX multitool 3D printer to manufacture his original wooden lamps. Making his hobby into a full-time job is one of Julien’s dreams. Just take a look at some of his works below.
In our latest blog post, we’re showing how makers like him can benefit from using multitool 3D printers in their workshops.
We just got back from Inside 3D Printing Brasil conference and trade show in Sao Paulo. Together with the amazing people from 3D Criar we showed the vast multi-material capabilities of ZMorph 2.0 SX as well as spoke about professional and educational applications of the machine.
South America is one of the fastest-growing markets in the world with a huge interest in 3D printing and ZMorph in particular. We met a lot of potential new clients and received tons of positive feedback about the machine. Definitely, a time well spent!
Next week ZMorph will be present at the 25th 3D & Virtual Reality Expo during Manufacturing World Japan 2017 show in Tokyo (21-23 of June 2017). Visit us at booth 46-21 in East Hall 1 of Tokyo Big Sight to talk about how we can boost and transform your business with ZMorph 2.0 SX all-in-one solution for digital fabrication.
Our Chinese friends from Beets3D used ZMorph 2.0 SX to make drone accessories. Special propeller protection and the landing gear was designed to avoid damages even during a rough landing. They also plan to 3D print a floating platform that will enable them to land on water and some cool add-ons to transform their drone into X-Wing.
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