New materials overviews, best 3D printer on Amazon, and a dive into our community. See what happened lately at ZMorph in the newest ZMorph Digest.
Best All-In-One 3D Printer at Amazon
That’s right, ZMorph VX is named one of the best 3D printers you can get at Amazon by All3DP. One of the biggest 3D printing magazines published a list of best machines you can buy at the world’s most popular online retailer and we don’t want to brag, but ZMorph VX Multitool 3D Printer made it there. Let’s not forget, that our machine is still the winner in the all-in-one 3D printer category. Check the full list at All3DP.
Manufacturing Materials Overview
If you visit our blog regularly, you should already be familiar with our manufacturing materials overview series. By now we’ve discussed such materials as PLA, PVA, EVA foam, and aluminum. Let’s proceed further as we still have more than 40 materials compatible with ZMorph VX to discuss.
ABS for CNC milling
Yes, we did a piece on ABS earlier, but we were focused on the 3D printing aspect. You should know that ABS can also be CNC machined and you can do that using the same machine – ZMorph VX Multitool 3D Printer. How to CNC machine ABS? Read in our latest post.
Leather for Laser Engraving & Cutting
Let’s put on the laser safety glasses and have some fun with the Laser PRO toolhead. Did you know that you can make ready-to-market leather goods using ZMorph VX? Here’s how to laser cut leather and other practical information.
PET-G for 3D Printing
And finally, the material that’s gaining more and more popularity recently. PET-G combines the advantages of ABS and PLA and can be your go-to filament for end parts manufacturing and prototyping. Curious? Check the full article.
3D Printing with TPU
We’re always curious about how ZMorph users are handling the machine. Recently, 3D Maker Noob shared his work done on ZMorph VX involving 3D printed TPU coasters. See them on his Twitter.
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