Oct. 23, 2014

Polish 3D printer manufacturer ZMorph announced today that it is starting distribution of ZMorph 3D printers with dedicated software Voxelizer in the United States and is adding new laser toolhead and a 5-axis universal toolhead adapter, to its 3D printed toolheads' family.

Personal Fabricator ZMorph 2.0

ZMorph started shipping its first 3D printers at the end of 2013 to European countries. After expanding the market for its personal fabrication devices by adding six European countries to its retail plans and making 3D printers available in France, Finland, Sweden, Russia, Switzerland and Turkey, ZMorph decided to continue its expansion and opened its first European retail store in Haarlem, Netherlands (home to the company's exclusive European distributor Multi 3D Print BV).

Dual head extruder

Now ZMorph announced the availability of its 3D printing products - personal fabrication devices - to the North American market. The company plans to go global with the launch of its presence in different continents through various partnerships.

ZMorph's multi-functional toolheads allows makers to print with all types of plastics, ceramics, chocolate and cake. The ZMorph toolheads function as 3D printing, milling, engraving and laser cutting machines, allowing for multiple techniques and materials to be used for personal fabrication.

Laser toolhead, Available Q4 2014.

5-axis universal toolhead

"Multi-functionality is ZMorph's main advantage," explained Przemek Jaworski, ZMorph's CEO. "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. With the latest advances of toolheads the 3D printer has tranformed from a useful device into a truly multi-functional machine, able to work with many materials and techniques, both additive and subtractive."

"Now, with small-power (2W) laser onboard, it can cut and engrave paper, cardboard, wood, acrylics and many more! Besides that, 5-axis toolhead allows makers to work with many new techniques – such as 5-axis milling, structured light scanning, and even 5D printing. All of that is possible thanks to these special add-ons, or end-effectors that are mounted on the toolhead, and driven by special plugins installed in dedicated software package," P. Jaworski added.

The keystone of the ZMorph system is its innovative, in-house developed, software package 'Voxelizer' based on voxels – three-dimensional pixels. It provides excellent 3D print quality, and also offer support for users in the proper preparation of their 3D models.

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balbla wrote at 10/27/2014 6:45:11 PM:

Is this laser safe for eyes?

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