This has been an amazing year for ZMorph and the industry! Just take a look at our 2016 round-up.
Below you can find the most notable reviews of ZMorph 2.0 SX as well as links to all use cases we published in 2016. We also summed up details about innovations we’re working on while our support team is compiling an ultimate source of tutorials, tips, and tricks for all ZMorph machines. You should also check our list of the most popular blog articles.
Be sure to check ZMorph’s predictions for 3D printing in 2017 too.
ZMorph 2.0 SX launch and reviews
In April 2016 we introduced a completely new ZMorph 2.0 SX Multitool 3D Printer with a revised design, improved construction, and hardware innovations like Closed Loop System and magnetically attached worktables. It’s the only such versatile and multi-material machine on the market that can replace at least three other and still fit on your desk.
The machine is currently available globally online and through a strong chain of local distribution in over 50 countries with Japan being the latest addition to this list. The release of ZMorph 2.0 SX also generated a lot of media buzz with The Verge stating that it’s beautiful and “belongs on a spaceship”. Since then we sold a record number of machines which enabled us to grow 300% year-to-year. At the same time, reviews started to emerge.
In vol. 54, the editor of Make magazine wrote that:
The sheer variety of tool heads the ZMorph 2.0 SX provides is stunning, and the results lived up to expectations. (…) If you are looking for a single machine to do it all, look no further.
Digital Trends named our machine The Best for Makers, and All3DP recognized it to be The Best All-in-One multitool 3D printer. At the top of their list ZMorph 2.0 SX replaced… previous S model, which only proves that it’s a worthy successor. Centrum Druku 3D called our machine “very good”.
Unique multi-material use cases
In 2016 we also updated ZMorph’s website with a lot of new use cases showing the various ways you can utilize the power of multitool 3D printing. From laser-cut laptop stickers to complex and working Ferris Wheel Bookshelf, ZMorph 2.0 SX takes your creativity where ordinary 3D printers just can’t go.
- 3D Printed Orthosis
- Swiss Cheese CNC Lamp
- 3D Printed Designer Shoes
- ZMorph’s Sample Pack
- Laser-cut Laptop Stickers
- 3D Printed Jewelry Molds
- 3D Printed Wireless Mouse
- 3D Printed Patterned Landscapes
- Customized Arduino Cases
- Ferris Wheel Bookshelf
- 3D Printed Baroque Frame
Two-material 3D printing innovations
2016 in desktop 3D printing was all about two-material 3D printing with new machines and solutions present at almost every industry event. We also introduced several improvements and innovations to our DUAL PRO toolhead and dedicated Voxelizer software.
These innovations include higher quality in selective two-material prints like architectural models with transparent parts or detailed medical models printed with water soluble PVA support.
Thanks to the built-in material mixer, DUAL PRO toolhead can also blend colors. We took this ability to the next level with Image Mapping. Using this feature you can place bitmaps on 3D objects and print them in multiple colors.
Check out the video below in which Przemek Jaworski, Founder & CEO of ZMorph, speaks about the two-material 3D printing with ZMorph 2.0 SX.
New and improved Knowledge Base
We continue to build an ultimate source of ZMorph-related knowledge, so you can easily access guides and tutorials for ZMorph 2.0 SX, S model, and Voxelizer software. Visit our continuously expanding Knowledge Base and don’t hesitate to let us know what else we should add to make it even more useful to you.
5 most popular blog articles in 2016
In case you missed them, these are five most popular blog articles that we posted in 2016. Check them out and share with your friends.
- The Making of a 3D Printed Rehabilitation Orthosis
- How to Make Silver Jewelry from 3D Printed Molds
- How to Quickly Make Money with a 3D Printer
- 3D Printing Jobs to Consider for a Career Change
- 3D Printed Tools and Replacement Parts That Really Work
Comment below with your summaries of 2016 and let us know what are you looking forward to in 2017. Also, if you’re going to CES 2017 in Las Vegas, then be sure to visit our booth in Sands Expo, Level 2, Halls A-D, Booth 42141.
Happy New Year!