Continuing our series of materials overviews, hints for architects, and a new use case. This and more in the fresh ZMorph Digest #52.
ZMorph VX is one of the best 3D printers of 2020. According to All3DP, a popular medium on 3D printing, there’s no better machine in the 3-In-One category than ZMorph VX Multitool 3D Printer.
Packing a staggering amount of functionality into a relatively compact form factor, ZMorph’s VX feels premium and performs without skipping a beat.
Not only was the ZMorph VX mentioned as the best all-in-one 3D printer, but also the laser engraving unit got special recognition. Recently ZMorph VX was mentioned in two lists of the best laser cutters and engravers.
Our most recent use case includes valuable information on in-house prototyping using a ZMorph 3D printer. INMED-Karczewscy produces medical equipment for hospitals such as bed head units or ceiling pendants and they’ve decided to skip the middleman and 3D print their prototypes within the company. As an example of the process, we’re focusing on a control panel for a ceiling pendant.
In case you missed it, we’ve added two new overviews of materials for CNC machining with ZMorph VX All-In-One 3D Printer. If you're an enthusiast of this workflow, you should definitely check them.
We strongly believe that a multitool machine such as ZMorph VX can be a very helpful addition to an architectural studio. In one of our latest articles, we give reasons why.
One of ZMorph VX users shared his work on the machine via Instagram. It’s a 43-hour print, model of Baby Yoda from The Mandalorian series.
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