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New ZMorph 2.0 SX Multitool 3D Printer Released

Polish manufacturer ZMorph launches its latest Multitool 3D printer, the Zmorph 2.0 SX. New features include an LCD Touchscreen and a Closed Loop System for improved user experience and higher integrity outputs.

ZMorph 2.0 SX is an all-in-one device that can be used for 3D printing, CNC milling and laser engraving. Therefore, the company offers a multitude of interchangeable tool heads. The new machine provides compatibility for existing extruders, upgrade paths for suitable modules and additional features for forward compatibility such as a new expansion slot on the X-carriage. Several plug-and-use add-ons will be made available including additional filament monitors and fans, advanced extruders and experimental tool heads.

The machine’s new Closed Loop System controls the exact position of the motors and the extruder head and recalculates every missed step that can occur during heavy-duty usage. Based on encoders, the security system provides the an reliable way of manufacturing objects in both additive and subtractive processes.

The new colour LCD touchscreen along with an intuitive interface and the free Voxelizer software allows for advanced control of the machine.

Structural components were improved as well and plastic was only used for non-critical items. ZMorph2.0_SX_3d_printer1The fully enclosed work area provides a safe and clean environment and stable printing temperature. Both rear and front covers can be lifted off for easy access. A new filament guide system can be attached to the filament spool holders mounted on each side cover.

New rapid worktable change latches provide a precise location in conjunction with the interchangeable toolheads. They allow users to quickly change the function of the machine from 3D printer to CNC mill, to laser engraver without requiring extensive re-calibration.

Prices for the ZMorph 2.0 XS including a 1.75 mm plastic extruder and CNC PRO milling tool head start from € 2,390 ($ 2,690). It is currently available for pre-order through the company’s Webshop, with first machines to be shipped in May.

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