ZMorph taking orders for new 3D printer tool

Polish 3D printer manufacturer ZMorph is taking orders for its SX Multitool 3D Printer, with deliveries beginning in May.

The new tool can be used for 3D printing, CNC milling, and laser engraving.

ZMorph took its name from the Greek word morphe (form, signifying change; shape; form; shape; figuratively, nature), which in our understanding directly relates to the process of emerging (materialization) through three dimensional printing. ´Z´ stands for third dimension, as in cartesian coordinate system (XYZ); therefore the name can be understood as “the one that creates objects in three dimensions.” The first design of the Zmorph 3D printer was created in 2012 as a modification of the RepRap open source printer project.