Previously only accessible to users of Zortrax’s Z-SUITE software, the library has now become a separate feature which provides users with a place to safely store their 3D printing designs and gain access to a range of popular shared projects and files.
The Library aims to eliminate many common problems related to the lack of properly stored and catalogued projects. In addition, users can now browse the database based on specific thematic categories to help them quickly locate necessary plans and resources.
The Library is also a place for 3D printing users to share their experiences and results thanks to its Facebook registration option which allows users to comment, favourite, download, edit and share various projects on their social media profiles. Users now have access to an entire library of existing models, which can be modified and refined for use in their own projects. Zortrax's Model Library includes many projects from famous artists such as Samuel Bernier, Joe Bowers, Craig Barr and NIXA.
“This is a huge step towards the development of our Model Library; yet another original solution brought to you by Zortrax,” Rafał Tomasiak, CEO of Zortrax, explained. “Ever since the tool was introduced as a part of our Z-SUITE software it continually expanded, acquiring new projects month after month. We want our Model Library to become a social hub for 3D-printing professionals and enthusiasts from all over the world. For this particular reason, we've decided to make our software available to everyone - not just our clients and customers. With its highly intuitive interface and easy registration, I'm am certain that the Zortrax Model Library will soon become one of the largest 3D model databases in the world.”
Users who sign-up for the Model Library will gain access to some of Zortrax's most popular projects; such as the Robotic Arm, the Superhero Mask or speaker casings. They will be available together with instructions on how to assemble individual parts and electronic components.