ZMorph 2.0 S 3D Printer/Milling Machine & More – Launches With Set of 11 Replaceable Toolheads
There is little doubt that the future of manufacturing (and perhaps robotics, too) will be centered in one’s own home, whether it be additive, subtractive, or a combination of both . One company trying to bring this future to reality sooner, rather than later, is Poland-based Zmorph.
The company, which is known for its multi-tooled machines, with the primary selling point being its 3D printing capabilities, announced today the brand new ZMorph 2.0 S Personal Fabricator. This latest machine is completely redesigned with a full metal frame, a new Z-axis with enhanced accuracy down to as intricate as 0.001mm, and much faster print speeds. Additionally the Zmorph has updated its firmware to what it claims to be a much more intuitive and efficient user interface.
“It’s not just a 3D printer, it’s a great ultimate object making machine offering personal fabrication for creative people to the highest standard, a kind of a tool to trigger the next printing revolution,” says Przemek Jaworski, ZMorph’s CEO & Founder. “It allows your 3D printer to be something really special, it becomes your personal fabricator, a mini factory that can work in almost every workshop, office, or home. With the latest advances of toolheads the 3D printer is changed from a useful device into a truly multi-functional machine, able to work with many materials and techniques, additive and subtractive.”
- Printer Weight: 25 kg
- Printer Size: 530 x 555 x 480 mm
- Build Envelope: 250 x 235 x 165 mm
- Recommended Print Speed: 60 – 150mm/s
- Printer Colors Available: Black, red, blue, green white and yellow
- Filament Size and Compatibility: 1.75 & 3mm Filament size. Compatible with PLA, ABS, Laywood, nylon, Stick filament, BandLay, rubber, ceramics, cake, chocolate and numerous other materials
As for the compatible toolheads for this ‘personal fabricator’, you will be amazed. The Zmorph 2.0 S is able to 3D print, mill, laser cut and more. The following lists just some of the interchangeable toolheads available for this machine:
- Single Head Extruder 1.75 or 3mm
- Dual Head Extruder
- Chocolate and Cake Extruder
- Milling and Engraving Toolhead
- Ceramics Extruder
- Laser Cutter
- 5-axis Toolhead
Priced at 1,499 euros (Approximately $1,871) this machine will not break the budget either. There is no doubt that personal fabrication will be how a large portion of the manufacturing is done on this planet over the next several decades. Zmorph’s machine is certainly a start. Let us know if you have purchased or used this new ‘Personal Fabricator’ in the Zmorph 2.0 S forum thread on 3DPB.com.
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