If you like to experiment then the ZMorph 2.0 SX is an easy recommendation. But for daily use? Read our ZMorph 2.0 SX 3D printer review.
The magical multitool machine gets upgraded with the ZMorph VX. Review the facts on this 3-in-1 3D printer, CNC mill, and laser-engraver.
TCT Show 2017 might be over, but the innovation has just begun. Here's our recap of the best 3D printing moments at this year's conference.
Students at Henryk Sienkiewicz’s technical school in Poland learnt about history and 3D printing while recreating a German gunboat shipwreck.
ZMorph fan, Paolo Fiaschi, developed a pen toolhead for his older ZMorph printer which can draw any vortex shape or pattern and you can too.
Designer Eliza Wrobel created a Ferris wheel bookshelf, with shelves instead of passengers, putting interior design in strict rotation.
Protect your Arduino boards from damage by customizing, CNC milling or 3D printing your own, stylish case. Here are three great designs.
Designer Eliza Wrobel created a multifunctional walker prototype using a 3D printer to help disabled people who want to remain active.
Polish design service Get Models Now uses 3D printing to produce an extravagant Baroque-styled picture frame for artists.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday may be over, but you can still get some great 3D printer deals. Here are the best bargains we could find.
ZMorph is experimenting with a way to print 2D images onto 3D prints using the ZMorph SX 2.0, DUAL PRO toolhead and Voxelizer software.
Impress your friends and 3D print your own 18th-century antique pistol prop which looks a lot like the real deal.
These 3D printed patterned landscapes will have you booking your next holiday to the historical country of Cyprus in a heartbeat.
In this guest post by Zmorph, learn about six benefits that 3D printing brings to students, teachers, and the general education sector.
Designer creates a collection of beautiful silver jewelry using a ZMorph 2.0 SX Multitool 3D Printer and 3D printed molds.
A 3D printed rehabilitation orthosis was created to help a young man suffering from limb paresis grab objects and perform physical activities.
If you find that you're deterred from using a 3D printer because your designs require subtractive techniques, Zmorph might have the ideal solution.