We just released our latest case study. This time, ZMorph multitool 3D printer mounted with a CNC PRO milling toolhead was used to manufacture a stylish wooden lamp with round shapes inspired by… holes in the Swiss cheese.
Przemek Jaworski, CEO of ZMorph, spoke with Manufacturing.net about various prototyping techniques available on the market and ways of choosing the right one for certain projects. Here’s a short excerpt from the article:
By combining 3D printing with subtractive techniques like CNC machining or laser cutting, there are even more possibilities. A part that is milled, for example, from aluminum can be combined with a printed part.
“You get a really, really strong part with some intricacies of geometry from the part that is 3D printed. So you can combine intricacy with strength,” Jaworski says.