Some manufacturers catch our attention for a time, then blip off the radar — but some keep our focus, especially as they expand the availability of high-quality 3D printing systems around the world. Poland has certainly been busy raising its profile in the global 3D printing industry, offering not only more products, but products with proven quality that inspire demand in countries all over the map. In good news for those of us in the United States, Wroclaw-based ZMorph has just announced an extension of its presence in the US.
A newly inked deal with 3D printer distributor Dynamism, announced today, will broaden the reach of ZMorph’s flagship ZMorph 2.0 SX Multitool 3D printer, which we’ve been following with great interest since its introduction in April and the commencement of shipping in May. This machine, offering 3D printing, CNC machining, and laser engraving all in one closed loop system, has been a popular target for distribution deals, from Asia to Australia, and expanding to more than 70 resellers in 50 countries. Though ZMorph has had a deal in place with DesignBox3D, notably absent from many of these lists of distributors has been more activity in the country many of us here at 3DPrint.com call home: the United States.
Today’s deal with Dynamism marks another step in ZMorph’s reach to customers, offering both products and customer service. For its part, Dynamism is thrilled about the deal, with Founder and CEO Douglas Krone noting:
“Dynamism is excited to announce the ZMorph 2.0 SX. The ZMorph’s ability to offer 3D Printing, CNC, and other functions all in one device is innovative and inspired. ZMorph’s commitment to ongoing innovation means our customers have great options now and in the future.”
Dynamism, offering 3D printing advice and solutions in 3D printing for business, education, and prosumer use since 1997, is now offering the unique versatility of the ZMorph 2.0 SX Multitool to its established customer base. The company is known for offering unlimited free phone and email support for each product in its lineup, ensuring that customer service will always be available for those choosing this venue of procurement.
“It’s not just that we’re expanding our presence in the US, which is one of the biggest 3D printing markets in the world, it’s about who we do it with. Dynamism and its people are the best possible team to bring our unique solution closer to American customers. I believe their experience and professional approach to customers are well paired with the richness of ZMorph’s applications and its versatility. I am sure this is a big step forward in spreading multifunctional fabrication paradigm across the world.”
With the new distribution deal, ZMorph’s global reach will access the important US market more directly. This reach will certainly help the Polish company, as the US market is expected to continue to see serious upward growth over the coming years, as adoption rates of 3D printers continue to rise. The all-in-one capabilities and closed loop system of the 2.0 SX Multitool unit pack quite a punch for the desktop.
The machine is now available from Dynamism in two options. The basic ZMorph 2.0 SX Basic option, selling for $2690, offers a 1.75mm Extruder and CNC Pro, while the ZMorph 2.0 SX Advanced option, selling for $3440, comes with the 1.75mm Extruder and CNC Pro, as well as the Dual Pro Extruder and Thick Paste Extruder. The site lists a 5-7 day shipping estimate for either.
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