In ZMorph Digest #6 we collected a lot of links to interesting publications about recently announced ZMorph 2.0 SX Multitool 3D Printer. We also recommend a story about 3D printed shoes by Silvia Fado and show you an amazing school project from Poland.
We met with a similar, very positive reception during Nordic 3D Expo where we have shown the ZMorph 2.0 SX Multitool 3D Printer for the first time in public. People were truly amazed by the possibilities the machine illustrated with our latest sample pack, which you can check for yourself on its page.
Still, a few weeks before the new ZMorph machine hits the market, we’re all hard at work to fulfill the expectations placed in us by the media, users, and fans.
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3D Printed Shoes by Silvia Fado
In the meantime, we also posted a new ZMorph use case on our official website. This time, we’re taking a closer look at the works of Spanish footwear designer Silvia Fado who uses our machine for prototyping and manufacturing parts for her unique designs.
A group of students and teachers from Henryk Sienkiewicz’s technical school in Kolobrzeg in Poland plans to build a diorama with historical monuments and landmarks of their hometown which were destroyed during World War II. 3D printing and other manufacturing methods will be used to achieve that.
Kolobrzeg 3D is a really big and ambitious project which will promote the Polish seaside resort but also allow these young people to learn basic 3D modeling and 3D printing techniques.
We’re very happy that our own ZMorph machine will be used in the process!