2019 was a good year for ZMorph and we look at it with no regrets. Here’s a recap of the most important things that happened at our company. See if you missed anything.
ZMorph VX Reviewed
2019 brought us another batch of ZMorph VX reviews that we’re happy to share with you. What’s more, they’re not only in English but also in French and German. Here are our favorite ZMorph VX reviews from 2019:
All3DP is a leading 3D printing magazine and one of the most influential sources of information. All3DP says “ZMorph’s VX is a beast of a machine in more ways than one” and names it the best all-in-one 3D printer of 2019. The overall score is 4 stars out of 5, which is really good as the reviewers are very strict and demanding. You can check the full review here.
French-based 3D Natives is available in 4 languages. You can read their review of ZMorph VX in French, English, Spanish, and German. In 2019 they tested and reviewed our machine and gave it an overall score of 8.6/10.
Proposing a machine capable of combining 3D printing, CNC machining and laser cutting and engraving is a daring challenge, because if you want to do everything, you run the risk of not doing anything right. In the case of ZMorph, the VX appears to be the result of 7 years of development, sales and user feedback that have enabled the Polish manufacturer to offer a Plug&play solution combining 3 manufacturing processes.3D Natives
See sample prints and the full review at 3D Natives.
3D Maker Noob
Our favorite video review is definitely the work of 3D Maker Noob. Naming ZMorph VX “the prototyping Holy Grail”, he lists his favorite features of the machine and shows sample 3D printed models. If you prefer to watch rather than read reviews, this is a must. You can see the full video on YouTube.
ZMorph Materials Library
With the three workflows (3D printing, CNC milling, and laser engraving and cutting) ZMorph VX offers a lot of possibilities. That’s why we’ve decided to present ZMorph Materials Library where we included almost 50 tested materials for both additive and subtractive manufacturing with ZMorph VX. If you lack ideas for your next project or have some material laying in your workshop and you’re not sure what to do with it, check the 100-pages document and learn about the most important features, sample applications and check the technical data.
The ZMorph Materials Library is available online and you can download it for free. It’s divided into three sections: 3D printing, CNC milling, and laser engraving/cutting. Each material page includes a short description, the most important features, sample applications and technical data.
New (Big) Resellers
We are proud to inform you that the ZMorph net of resellers is growing every month, which lets you purchase our machine with little to no hassle. The most important partnerships of 2019 include a French group HAVA3D, American MatterHackers, and 3D Prima from Sweden.
Of course, those are not the only resellers that joined our network. We also have now partners in Kazakhstan, Costa Rica, Italy, and Mexico, to name a few. That means each year ZMorph VX is easier to purchase on every continent. You can find a full list of official ZMorph resellers here.
2019 Use Cases
Presenting our favorite ZMorph use cases of 2019.
3D Printed Reactors for Nanoparticles
Created by a team consisting of people from Warsaw University of Technology and Polish Academy of Sciences, the reactors are a great example of detailed work used in scientific experiments made using ZMorph All-in-One 3D Printer. Thanks to the ability to close the chamber, the reactors were made using ABS filament for more durability.
CNC Engraving Aluminum Components
For engraving aluminum buttons we used ZMorph VX with CNC PRO toolhead and a PLA fixture 3D printed earlier on the same machine with a different toolhead. This example shows how to save time and money by making things in-house using the all-in-one 3D printer instead of outsourcing.
3D Printed Cake Molds
This use case was very delicious and our readers liked it too. One of our designers worked with a pastry chef to make silicone molds for cake forming. They used ZMorph 3D printer to make one. The process is rather simple and you can follow it by reading the full use case or the article on our blog.
Refreshed Online Store
If you haven’t noticed yet, we’ve refreshed our online store. It has a new layout and address now. It’s now easier to make a purchase, find a reseller or ask for a custom quote.
What Awaits in 2020?
For sure we will do our best to expand even further. Expect news about new partnerships soon. There will be some opportunities to see ZMorph VX live in 2020 on various shows and fairs. We also have some exciting news for the second half of the year. Be sure to check the blog and our social media regularly to stay updated.
We will maintain the same high standard of customer service. Feel free to contact us whether you need help with the purchase, want to become a ZMorph reseller, or have a question for our support team. We will always be happy to talk with you.