Dec 26, 2014

NY start-up Inventery released Morphi, its intuitive 3D modeling and design app for the iPad and iPad mini back in May.

Inspired by the global tradition of creating with hands, Inventery has built Morphi specifically for touchscreens. Morphi is a simple, tactile modeling and design app that lets users to create 3D printable models. In Morphi, users can explore libraries of unique 3D shapes, text and colors, change background from blue sky to starry night or change the grid from lined space to granite. Toolbars can be hidden for more room to create. For additional inspiration, users can explore and download 3D designs using the ideas button.

And this week, Inventery announced Morphi Version 2 for iOS 8.0 which includes the following new features:

  • Uploading to Thingiverse: You can quickly and easily upload the 3D models you have created from the Gallery to your Thingiverse account.
  • Grid customization for 3D printers: Select your printer and the app will show the right grid for the printer.
  • Draw: You can now draw any lines with a finger on the screen and the app will mirror your creation and turn it into a 3D model.
  • Clipboard: a new copy and paste feature
  • Better alignment
  • Improved rotation
  • Merge and group two or more objects easily
  • Enhanced ruler
  • Snap to grid
  • Lost button

Short, fun tutorials are embedded in the app so users can master the art of 3D modeling in Morphi. The models can be exported in .STL format for uploading to 3D printers using third-party slicing software or to commercial 3D printing services.

More shapes, text, colors and tools will be offered to expand the design possibilities. You can now download the Morphi app here on iTunes store for free. Watch the video below that shows some of Morphi's new features for iOS 8.


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