3D Printer

For learning and prototyping.

Turn your desk into a workshop

3D printer & CNC unit - that fits on your desk.

Quick and easy changing between tools - no more than 60 seconds.

Create with materials inaccessible to single-purpose 3D

See different toolheads

Single 3D Printing

Dual 3D Printing

CNC Milling

Thick Paste 3D Printing

Click to work - out of the box ready.

Easy to get started with, no tinkering needed. Place Zmorph Fab on the desk and start working.

Smart features like automatic tool detection and autocalibration do the job, while you can focus on ideas.




Works with almost every plastic filament available on the market.


Autocalibration makes 3D printing easy and fast, even for beginners.


Multi-material capabilities let you 3D print with water soluble support.



Heavy duty aluminum plates provide amazing rigidity, and keep electronics safe from dust and leftovers from CNC machining.


Sturdy construction designed to deliver both 3D printing and withstand CNC operations.


Reinforced Cartesian XZ-head motion system doubled up with dual glass-fiber reinforced belts.



One software for 3D printing & CNC machining


Ready for multi-material 3D printing.


Slick and easy user interface.



Combination of HEPA/Carbon filters that removes particles and fumes from 3D printing,.


Zmorph Fab notifies you when to change the filter.

CNC Environment

Zmorph Fab is equipped with a professional CNC worktable with a simple solution for materials mounting. Safely work with various shapes and sizes of different materials. Zmorph’s Software now features CAM-standard workflow for CNC procedures with STEP operations, ability to change the tool within one G-code, and path visualisation.

Quiet Work

You can comfortably work next to the machine as Zmorph Fab generates almost no noise.

Behind the quiet work stands the design of the 3D printer enhanced by high-quality electronics and carefully programmed drivers.


The all-in-one software for 3D printing & CNC milling. All Zmorph toolheads supported. Try the materials presets or work on your own. Voxelizer has an optimized workflow for Zmorph 3D printers ensuring the best and fastest results.

SMART Toolheads

Changing workflows in Zmorph Fab is fast and easy with the automatic toolhead detection.

Switching tools takes just a few easy steps and no more than a minute. You can work right away without extra tinkering.

Seamless UI

Accessible and intuitive user interface is designed for both professionals and first-timers. Effortlessly maneuver through the menu..


Zmorph Fab is a desktop all-in-one 3D printer, but has a heart of an industry-grade machine.

The electronics provide reliability and repeatability. No need to worry about the outcome.


3D Printing

3D printing technologyFFF (Fused Filament Fabrication)
ToolheadsSingle Extruder Toolhead 1.75, Dual Extruder Toolhead
Layer resolution0.05 - 0.4 [mm] *
Maximum printing temperature250 [°C]
Work area235 x 250 x 165 [mm]
Maximum bed temperature115 [°C]
Dimensional accuracy+/- 0.2 [mm]
Work area leveling methodAutomatic, Manual
Material containerSpool, reel
Material diameter1.75, 3.00 [mm]
Nozzle diameter0.3, 0.4, 0.5, 0.6 [mm]
Support structuresMechanically and chemically removed - printed with the same material as the model
ConnectivityUSB, Ethernet, SD card
Available MaterialsPLA, ABS, PET, Nylon, PVA, HIPS, ASA, TPE, PP, PC, PMMA, PC/ABS
Third party materialsApplicable
Work speed40 [mm/s]
Travel speed120 [mm/s]
ToolheadCNC spindle
Spindle max power300 [W]
Noise70 [dB]
Work area leveling methodManual
Work area235 x 250 x 85 [mm] ***
Work speed0.1 ~ 20 [mm/s]
Travel speed120 [mm/s]
Available MaterialsABS, Nylon, HDPE, PTFE, PC, PP, POM, PMMA, PVC, HIPS, LDPE, PET, Carbon, CCL FR4, Dibond, TCF, Wood, Wood-like, Aluminum, Brass, Copper, Cardboard, Wax, Modeling board, Styrodur
Tool holdingER-11 collet
Printer without a spool holder520 x 500 x 450 [mm]
Printer with a spool holder520 x 500 x 570 [mm]
Printer with a HEPA filter570 x 500 x 570 [mm]
Dimensions of the transport box600 x 600 x 570 [mm]
Full set weight28.70 [kg]
Printer weight14.45 [kg]
Single Extruder Toolhead 1.75 weight0.70 [kg]
Dual Extruder Toolhead1.00 [kg]
CNC Milling Toolhead0.90 [kg]
Laser Toolhead0.32 [kg]
Thick Paste Extruder Toolhead0.60 [kg]
Ambient Operation Temperature15 ~ 30 [°C]
Storage Temperature-10 ~ 40[°C]
AC Input100 [VAC] ~ 4 [A] 50/60 [Hz] 240 [VAC] ~ 2 [A] 50/60 [Hz]
Maximum Power Consumption350 [W]
Power Consumption with single-head extruder220 [W]
Power Consumption with Dual-head extruder230 [W]
Power Consumption with CNC toolhead330 [W]
Power Consumption with Laser toolhead80 [W]
Software BundleVoxelizer
Supported File Types.stl, .obj, .step, .dxf, .png, .bmp
Supported Operating SystemsWindows 7/10 (64 bit) (or higher) / macOS 10.13 (or higher)
Filter typeHEPA/Carbon
Ventilation power1.54 [W]
Filter dimensions80 x 80 x 25 [mm]
Filter system dimensions85 x 85 x 50 [mm]
Filtration controlTemperature
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Case study

See what The All-in-One 3D Printer Can Do.


The low level of initial costs, repeatability, and design freedom. Paula Szarejko
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01 / Challenge

Resin casting from 3D printed molds is a practical production method used for low-volume production for industrial prototypes, dentistry, and ready-to-market custom products like jewelry, collectibles, and designer toys. The low level of initial costs, repeatability, and design freedom were crucial factors for a designer to choose 3D printed molds to create a series of everyday objects. To print the mold boxes, the designer used ZMorph VX Multitool 3D Printer.

02 / Solutions

The 3D printed mold boxes were used to create silicone mold negatives for casting objects. The quality of the silicone mold negatives affects directly casted objects. To ensure the best results the designer smoothens the printed mold boxes internal surface. That way, she gets rid of all cracks and unwanted features that could damage the silicone molds.

02 / Solutions

Afterward, the mold boxes were sprayed with mold release and filled with silicone. Usually, it takes around 24 hours for silicone to cure. Once cured, the silicone molds were filled with translucent epoxy resin mixed with small black and white stones. In the end, designer applied post-production techniques to smoothen the surface of the casted objects resulting in a series of products ready to sell.

03 / Result

The objects cast from resin 3D printed molds are ready to market and sell. The molds, which were printed in hours, significantly cut the production time and can be used to make several copies of the product. The low cost, short time, and high-quality results are proof of concept that 3D printed molds are now an option for low-volume manufacturing of ready-to-market high-quality objects.


High-quality concept model to present an idea in a tangible way. Paula Szarejko
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„Even the best 3D rendering won’t replace a physical model that can be touched and observed from various perspectives. Multi-material digital fabrication gives architects new possibilities to quickly design, prototype, and present their ideas in a tangible way.”
01 / Challenge

Inspired by the works of Zaha Hadid and her studio, Paula Szarejko designed a futuristic house and its surroundings. Instead of ordering the model from an expensive third party contractor, she decided to look for a quicker and more cost-effective method of creating an architectural model that is both beautiful and useful. She decided to make it herself using ZMorph 2.0 SX. Its interchangeable toolheads gave her the ability to choose materials that suited her ideas best while she remained in full control over the manufacturing process.

02 / Solutions

Paula could 3D print the entire landform but decided that CNC-cutting it in plywood would give it more natural feel. Trees were laser-cut in a paper for similar reasons. The main building was 3D printed in one piece using DUAL PRO extruder. Gray PLA was used for walls while translucent PLA imitates glass. 3D printed terrace around the pools was covered with laser-cut floors while openwork garages were CNC-cut and put along the road. This combination of materials and techniques transformed into a truly unique architectural model.

03 / Result

The model is four times bigger than ZMorph’s working space showing how this desktop machine can be used in big scale projects. It took only 3 days and less than 200$ in material costs to build it. Paula was able to go beyond single-material 3D printing and achieve results previously exclusive to hand-made models at a fraction of time and money. Owning a multitool 3D printer can easily become a valid competitive advantage for all professionals and architectural studios wanting to create similar concept models for their bold ideas.


Made by the worlds most versatile and practical 3D printer. ZMorph Team
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01 / Challenge

3D printers gained the attention of a broader audience in the second decade of the XXI century with a few open source project which offered affordable additive manufacturing machines, simultaneously sparking a market for future 3D printer manufacturers. Since that time 3D printers evolved, even surpassing the function of 3D printing.

Nowadays, thanks to multitool 3D printers like the ZMorph VX, users can create complex, multi-material projects, including a PCB board. With this use case, we’d like to show you how advanced are multitool 3D printers today. The project you’re about to see wouldn’t be possible with a typical single-purpose 3D printer.

02 / Solutions

In order to make a fully custom drone we used all of ZMorph VX fabrication methods. 3D printing with ABS was used for the electronics casing, propeller guards, and landing gear. From a 3D printing toolhead we switched to Laser PRO toolhead to etch a PCB design on a PCB copper laminate plate. Next, a CNC PRO toolhead was used to cut the frame from lightweight and sturdy Dibond composite, and also to cut out the form of the PCB from the previously etched copper laminate. Then we took some standard electronics to make the drone “alive”, like sensors, main processor, battery, radio control remote. Finally, we made final post processing touches by painting some elements of the drone.

03 / Result
We combined all three ZMorph fabrication methods: 3D printing, CNC, and laser. We used some ABS filament, Dibond, PCB laminates and some electronics, all worth around $100. This multitool 3D printer allowed us to make an awesome looking and functional drone within a desktop workspace. The same process can be used for making prototypes, showcase models and even low-volume production - proportional to the amount of owned 3D printers. A drone is only an example because the range of ZMorph’s possibilities is really vast - for more check out our catalog at zmorph3d.com/catalog. 3D printers came a long way!

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All Materials in One Place
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Expand your manufacturing capabilities with access to over 50 professional materials both for subtractive and additive manufacturing.

From plastics filament for 3D printing to soft metals and hard plastics for CNC, Zmorph Fab offers materials inaccessible to single-purpose 3D printers.






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