We just signed new partnership deals with four companies that will join our global chain of over 50 authorized resellers.
These new partners will increase ZMorph’s availability across Europe and introduce our multitool 3D printer to one of the fastest growing markets in South America.
New authorized resellers
In Europe, ZMorph multitool 3D printers will be available through new local resellers in the United Kingdom, Denmark and Nordic countries, and the Czech Republic. British company CDG Replik8 and Danish 3D Print Scandinavia are among the most experienced providers of 3D printing services in their countries, while 3K Engineering is leading the way in improving the standards of production and education in the Czech Republic.
Universo 3D will introduce ZMorph 2.0 SX multitool 3D printer to the Colombian market, one of the fastest growing markets in South America. Their goal is to enable easy access to 3D printing technology to engineers, scientists, and artists as well as support health and education projects for which the wide range of ZMorph’s multitool abilities is a perfect fit.
Rising demand for multitool solutions
A year after the introduction of ZMorph 2.0 SX model, market demand for Polish multitool 3D printer continues to rise. The biggest increase in interest can be seen among professionals specialized in rapid prototyping, product developers, architects, and educators who already had contact with 3D printing technology and now want to expand their digital fabrication abilities.
In his recent article on 3D Printing Industry, Przemek Jaworski, Founder and CEO of ZMorph, wrote about this trend:
I’m meeting a lot of people who already have a huge experience with 3D printing and want to expand beyond that. By adding CNC or laser into their workflows, they can enhance their multi-material capabilities even further, just like I did a few years back. This opens up lots of applications in the field of robotics and production of intelligent machines. […] in the next 5 years we will see a lot of new multifunctional desktop fabrication tools, able to make objects from many materials at once. They will be used to make other machines, robots, vehicles, drones, or maybe even functional clones of themselves.
ZMorph 2.0 SX combines 3D printing, CNC milling, laser cutting, engraving, and thick paste extrusion in one desktop machine with dedicated software. For more details about the machine visit the product page.