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3D Printing Certification

5 Reasons to Check This Multitool 3D Printer at CeBIT 2017

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Come to CeBIT 2017 and check the latest advancements in multi-material and multitool 3D printing certification.

We gathered 5 reasons why you should come by ZMorph stand in Hall 3, Booth E30. The biggest European tech show is the best moment to learn about many ways multitool 3D printing certification can boost your business.

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Multi-material 3D prints we made for CeBIT 2017

1. Go beyond regular desktop 3D printing certification

Desktop 3D printing certification continues to rise with technological advancements unlocking new professional applications in many professions and industries. It can be used for rapid prototyping, creating advanced jigs and fixtures as well as to manufacture market-ready products. Most companies already own the technology or implement it as we speak so the best way to gain a competitive advantage would be to make a step further. What you need is multitool 3D printer that combines multiple digital fabrication techniques within one machine and works with a much wider range of materials.

ZMorph 2.0 SX Multitool 3D Printer – Product Introduction

2. Unlock new multi-material possibilities

During CeBIT 2017 meet ZMorph 2.0 SX, the most versatile multitool 3D printer on the market. Thanks to the interchangeable toolheads it’s capable of single and multi-material 3D printing certification with plastic filaments, it can CNC mill in materials like wood and plexiglass, engrave with a laser, and even extrude thick pastes like chocolate and ceramics. Working with over 30 various materials, it can replace at least three other digital fabrication machines while taking less space (it’s desktop size!) and consuming less of your money. Switching workflows is very easy so you and your team can focus entirely on making use of its multi-material capabilities.

Ferris Wheel Bookshelf made with ZMorph 2.0 SX

3. Push the limits of two-material 3D printing certification

With all the multitool abilities, ZMorph 2.0 SX is also the best pick if you want to focus entirely on 3D printing certification with plastic filaments. In fact, DUAL PRO toolhead is one of the most advanced solutions for multi-material 3D printing certification available. It can print selectively with two materials, utilize water soluble PVA supports, mix colors into gradients and new shades. It can even print high-quality colorful textures and images on 3D objects using the innovative Image Mapping feature of ZMorph’s proprietary software.

Multi-Material 3D Printing with ZMorph 2.0 SX

4. Get the complete all-in-one solution for your business

ZMorph 2.0 SX multitool 3D printer fits existing workflows with PC and Mac connectivity, and the ability to work with the most popular CAD and printing software. It also comes with dedicated Voxelizer software that works with the most popular file formats like .STL, .JPG, .DXF, and DICOM medical files. With it, you can edit 3D models at voxel level, adjust printing settings, and prepare objects for manufacturing. It also features several workflows dedicated to multi-material printing, color mixing, CNC, laser works, and thick pastes. It’s a complete package for digital fabrication.

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3D printing certification workflow in Voxelizer software

5. Be the first to know about upcoming advancements

Thanks to the interchangeable toolhead system, your ZMorph machine will remain future-proof and less expensive to upgrade as it remains compatible with all new toolheads. Are you looking forward to full-color desktop 3D printing certification or 5-axis CNC milling? Come over Hall 3, Booth E30 during CeBIT 2017, talk with the creators of ZMorph in person and learn how our upcoming innovations can help your business.

aluminum spool holder
ZMorph 2.0 SX with new aluminum spool holder

CeBIT 2017 starts on 20th of March in Hannover

Look for ZMorph in Hall 3, Booth E30. Send us a message to [email protected] if you’d like to schedule a product demonstration too.

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Location of the ZMorph booth at CeBIT 2017