ZMorph manufactures personal fabricators which combines 3D printing, CNC milling and other possibilities to create the ultimate desktop manufacturing device. ZMorph printer is a device for the production of digital objects using 3D printing techniques. Through the use of the software Voxelizer , the user is able to materialize objects previously designed digitally in any CAD program. The printers design and software evolved intensely, passing several prototype stages, changing under the influence of improvements experienced during everyday use. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Wroclaw, Poland. On August 1st, 2022, Sygnis acquired a majority stake in Zmorph. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
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3D printing (a method for layer by layer production) can help quickly produce parts, including some that wouldn’t be possible to make otherwise. Meanwhile, computer numerical control (CNC) methods (which cut away material) are powering automated systems for machining parts. Companies in this market offer 3D printers and CNCs that are well suited for design and prototyping applications.
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Expert Collections containing Zmorph
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Latest Zmorph News
Aug 2, 2022
Sygnis SA, a Polish advanced technologies company, announced the acquisition of a majority stake in ZMorph SA, an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) based in Poland. ZMorph is one of the... The post Sygnis Buys Polish 3D Printer OEM ZMorph appeared first on 3DPrint.com | The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing.
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Zmorph Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Zmorph founded?
Zmorph was founded in 2013.
Where is Zmorph's headquarters?
Zmorph's headquarters is located at Tęczowa 57, Wroclaw.
What is Zmorph's latest funding round?
Zmorph's latest funding round is Corporate Majority.
How much did Zmorph raise?
Zmorph raised a total of $2.31M.
Who are the investors of Zmorph?
Investors of Zmorph include Syngis, Warsaw Equity Management and Arkley.
Who are Zmorph's competitors?
Competitors of Zmorph include SLM Solutions, Stratasys, Ultimaker, Raise3D, Seurat Technologies and 15 more.
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