The ZMorph 2.0 SX Multitool 3D Printer is now available to order worldwide and if you’re in the industry or you’re a retail buyer then you can take advantage of 7-day lead times. It’s the company’s biggest product launch so far and it’s a big deal for makers everywhere.
This is more than just a 3D printer. It’s a CNC machine, a laser cutter and an engraving tool all in one thanks to a series of interchangeable heads and worktops with magnetic latches that mean you can configure it in moments for a variety of different jobs. It can even manage thick paste extrusion.
Backwards and forwards compatibility
The new machine works with older ZMorph extruders. It comes with a built-in upgrade path and a level of future proofing, thanks to an expansion slot and the modular build that means you can mix and match with parts that haven’t even been introduced yet.
Starting from $2690, the ZMorph 2.0 SX Multitool 3D Printer comes with an encoder-based Closed Loop System, a simple to use LCD touchscreen, a filament guide system and spool holders to make your 3D printing painless and easy.
The Polish company launched the printer in April and has taken a huge number of initial orders. It’s comfortably the company’s biggest ever product launch and has doubled Zmorph’s annual revenues already compared to 2015.
Going beyond 3D printing
The company shipped its first printers in 2013, so it’s a relative newcomer that has made a big impression. Since the beginning ZMorph tried to offer more than regular 3D printers do and in a way that is easily accessible to new users.
Its target customers were those that don’t know about electronics and couldn’t build their own versatile printer, but did want to take advantage of the amazing technology that was growing before our eyes. ZMorph’s founders wanted to bring Fused Filament Fabrication to the masses and the new multi-tool goes further.
It’s a desktop workshop that provides additive and subtractive manufacturing in one package. So far, it looks set to be a smash hit.
This is a company on the move and it has signed a series of distribution deals in recent weeks that include:
- France – Machines-3D
- ASEAN – Image Transforms
- Australia – The 3D Printer
- Middle East – The3DBee
- The Netherlands – 3D Ninja
There are more and Zmorph already has deals in place in the US, with DesignBox3D, in Russia with SIU System and now the new printer is available in more than 50 countries worldwide from more than 70 partners, resellers and distributers.
A storied designer
Designer Przemek Jaworski has had a hand in a huge number of digital fabrication machines and this Swiss army knife of the digital fabrication world might just be his crowning glory. It has already been used to create a prototype for a 2000-ton bridge, a stylish sample pack, a custom mechanical clock, orthotics and 3D printed molds for boutique silver jewelry.
You can read more about the case studies on the company website.
This is a vast range of uses and the ZMorph’s ability to jump from 3D printing to cutting and then engraving means it can work for a huge number of industries and it could be an invaluable tool in a workshop as it doesn’t take up the same space as separate tools. We have barely scratched the surface of its true potential and the response has already proven the potential.
With the current demand for the new printer, Zmorph is determined to take advantage of its newfound reputation that comes from the product with constant shipments and 7-day delivery around the world.
So if you’re looking at the ZMorph 2.0 SX Multitool 3D Printer and thinking how it could change your world then, wherever you are, in seven days you could have it in your hands.