Impressive new case study, free filaments for months of 3D printing, 15% discount from our US reseller and more. Here’s ZMorph Digest #3!
We love to share your works made on ZMorph multitool 3D printer, so don’t hesitate to send us your photos and videos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
3D printed rehabilitation orthosis
This is one of the most complex case studies that we’ve published. Made from over 70 various 3D printed parts, this rehabilitation device designed by a biomedical engineering student Eliza Wrobel, helps a disabled man perform simple physical activities.
You can read about the making of 3D printed rehabilitation orthosis on our blog.
New Filament Fun Pack – get it for free!
ZMorph introduced a new Filament Fun Pack featuring a large supply of ABS, PLA, HIPS, Glassbend, Flex, Wood, Thermo-PLA and PVA-M filaments in various colors.
If we’d try to unwind the whole 8 kg/17,6 lb of filaments from the spools, we could get over 3 km/1,8 mi long cord of material, equal to the length of 12 railroad cars. This amount of filament can be used to 3D print an astounding number of 2006 chess pieces!
Until the end of March you can get the Filament Fun Pack for free.
15% discount for ZMorph in the US
Our friends from DesignBox 3D prepared a special 15% discount for all ZMorph machines in their online store!
US-based clients can use a special code SPRING15 during checkout to claim their discount. The offer is available until March 20th.
Is 3D printing the future of education?
3D printing is proving to be a useful educational tool for catching the interest of young people. As a result, 3D printers are becoming present and useful at all stages of education from pre-schools and primary schools, through high schools as high as the college education.
In an article titled Schools for Millennials: 3D Printing is the Bright Future we take a closer look at the applications of 3D printing at various stages of education.
Follow ZMorph on Instagram
Are you on Instagram?
Follow our profile @zmorph3d where we post photos of various 3D prints made on ZMorph machines. Here’s a cute bear to prove our point.
ZMorph on 3D Printing Days
This week you can find us at 3D Printing Days in Kielce (Poland) where we present ZMorph 2.0 S together with our local authorized reseller – 3D Phoenix.
It’s the biggest 3D printing trade show in Eastern and Central Europe, so come and say hi if you’re there too!
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