ZMorph, developer of the hybrid 3D printer for multifunctional fabrication, has plans to expand its business in the United States. Following the opening of a San Francisco office last September, the Polish company will increase their staff and resources throughout the next year.
ZMorph offers not only several different tool heads for 3D printing but also for CNC-milling and laser cutting, as well as a 3D scanner add-on. Recently, the company has upgraded some of their multifunctional tool heads:a more powerful CNC-millig head, an improved paste extruder and an all new multi-material mixing extruder, which can handle two different filaments. These can either be mixed to create a new colour or extruded one after the other for multi-colour prints. All the tool heads are managed by ZMorph’s Voxelizer software.
Przemek Jaworski, CEO and founder of ZMorph recently said in an interview: “We’re really, really excited about developing our product and bringing it to United States customers, but also we are very committed to bringing the best product there can be on the market. What’s really interesting is there’s a lot of competition in this area of multifunctional machines. They keep coming up but it still feels like our machine is unique in the market. And we want to keep it that way. So that’s why we’ll never stop innovating.”