ZMorph 3D printers offer a wide range of choices with its interchangeable toolhead system.
ZMorph 3D is expanding the market for its personal fabrication devices by adding six European countries to its retail plans. The 3D printers will now be available in France, Finland, Sweden, Russia, Switzerland and Turkey.
On top of this, the company will also launch another three devices for its 3D scanning portfolio including a laser cutter, 3D scanner and a 5-axis universal toolhead adapter.
The ZMorph 3D printer is a popular choice for desktop makers as it can cover a wide range of materials including plastics, ceramics, rubber, nylon and chocolate and can act as a 3D milling machine. The machine currently offers nine different additive and subtractive fabrication techniques with five more in the process.
“Multi-functionality is ZMorph’s main advantage,” explains Przemek Jaworski, CEO & Founder of ZMorph. “It allows your 3D printer to be so much more, it becomes your personal fabricator, a mini factory that can work in almost every workshop, office or home.”
ZMorph also features an innovative and technologically advanced in-house developed software package based on voxels - three-dimensional pixels, called Voxelizer. It provides accurate 3D print quality, but also supports the user in the correct preparation of the model.
ZMorph’s devices can already be purchased in the UK, United States, Scandinavia and the Netherlands, where the company is set to open its first specialist retail store in Haarlem this autumn.
ZMorph will feature at this year’s TCT Show at the NEC, Birmingham. The three day event runs from 30th September to 2nd October and will host the largest number of additive manufacturing machine makers on display at the same place, same time. Visitors can register for free here.