ZMorph Announces Distribution Deal with Brulé, to Introduce ZMorph 2.0 SX Multitool 3D Printer in Japan
ZMorph, one of the top names in multitool 3D printer manufacturing, is never out of the news for too long. They unveiled their upgraded ZMorph 2.0 SX Multitool 3D printer this April, and started shipping it in May. Some of the creative designs people have produced using its multiple functions, like this 3D printed revolving bookcase, are pretty amazing. This summer, the Poland-based company announced an extension of its American presence when it signed a distribution deal with Dynamism. They have now announced their latest business deal, with technology distributor Brulé, which will in turn introduce ZMorph products in Japan.
This is a pretty smart decision on ZMorph’s part, as the Japanese market for 3D printers is growing quite quickly. Brulé is the leading 3D printing solutions provider in the country, and opened the first 3D printing showroom in the greater Tokyo area in 2013. The company has a decade’s worth of experience in providing 3D printing products, solutions, and training for its clients, and offers an extremely high level of customer support.
“Entering new markets and providing high-quality customer support around the globe wouldn’t be possible without teaming up with partners like Brulé,” said ZMorph founder and CEO Przemyslaw Jaworski. “Their renowned brand, experience, and reputation in the region is a strong asset, which gives us the confidence to expand while staying true to our ultimate goal of providing the best affordable multitool machines in the world.”
The ZMorph 2.0 SX is the company’s most advanced multitool 3D printer, combining a modern design with technical capabilities and digital fabrication utility. Customers who use the ZMorph 2.0 SX run the gamut from industry professionals to educators to makers, and it’s perfect for anyone who values high quality, versatility, and affordability. What’s even better is that it’s a desktop machine, so while it’s saving you time and money, it’s also saving you space.
“Machines like ZMorph 2.0 SX are often a part of an office and school environment,” Jaworski explained. “That is why it was very important for us to make the design sleek, modern and desktop friendly while using the best and most durable materials for its construction. We wanted to create a perfect balance between ergonomy, ease of use and reliability.”Powered by Aniwaa
The ZMorph 2.0 SX comes with interchangeable toolheads and worktables with magnetic latches, which make it quick and easy to switch between the printer’s available workflows:
- 3D printing
- CNC milling
- Laser cutting
- Food or ceramics extrusion
It is one of the foremost desktop rapid prototyping devices on the market, and also features a unique encoder-based Closed Loop System, which increases the reliability and precise quality of the resulting models. It has a working space of 250 x 235 x 165 mm and a positioning precision of 14 microns for the X and Y axis, and 0.625 microns for the Z axis, which make it the perfect choice for low volume production and rapid prototyping, as well as educational purposes. You can also use over 30 different types of materials, including the old standbys of ABS and PLA as well as materials that a typical 3D printer can’t handle, such as wood and PVC foil. You can mix and match all of them for whatever project you’re working on.
“We are especially excited to bring ZMorph products, starting with the ZMorph 2.0 SX, to Japan,” said Brulé’s Managing Director Kento Sugimoto. “Its sophisticated engineering, including swappable toolheads, offers great capability. And its wonderful product design is sure to be a hit with exacting buyers in Japan.”
The ZMorph 2.0 SX Multitool 3D printer is already available on Brulé’s website. To see what else this innovative 3D printer is capable of, visit the ZMorph website and learn about their successful case studies, which include a 2,000-ton bridge prototype, a custom mechanical clock, and even laser engraved portraits! Discuss in the ZMorph forum at 3DPB.com.
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