ZMorph Launches Industrial-Grade 3D Printer

ZMorph i500 is designed for cost-effective and low-volume production, custom tooling and rapid prototyping.

ZMorph i500 is designed for cost-effective and low-volume production, custom tooling and rapid prototyping.

The ZMorph i500 3D printer enables users to increase throughput and print massive parts or multiple objects on a single build plate with a build volume of 460x300x500 mm. Image courtesy of Zmorph.

Zmorph is a European brand with a line of multitool 3D printers, the latest being Zmorph Fab.

To address a need in the industrial market, Zmorph began to focus on creating a high-performing 3D printer and is ready to roll out the i500. The new 3D printer features a lot of practical solutions with a price starting at $7,499 USD.

“With the Zmorph i500, we are ready to compete with professional segment market leaders. Zmorph i500 is an easy to operate and maintain, modern, large-format 3D printer designed to fulfill the needs of even the most demanding industry users,” says Mark Klos, chief sales officer at Zmorph.“i500 was carefully developed with the valuable hints and opinions of our customers and distributors network—It’s built like a tank: a hassle-free, innovative ‘hammer’ made for effectiveness and 24/7 operation delivered at a very competitive price.”

Zmorph i500 is designed for cost-effective and low-volume production, custom tooling and rapid prototyping. This 3D printer has a large working area ideal for manufacturing and engineering. Zmorph i500 is an addition to the automotive, R&D, aerospace, production and military industries and others looking for a 3D printing solution.

The machine features a large printing volume of 500x460x300 mm, which allows it to print multiple parts at once or create big models, maximizing productivity. The Dual Drive, Dual Extruder featuring Nozzle Lifting System works with various sensors to deliver repeatable results.

The company says Zmorph i500 is easy to use. Starting with an ergonomic touch panel with user interface to Filament Flow System, the operator starts the project and waits for the results. The machine sensors monitor if the material runs smoothly and if there are any obstacles.

To maximize uptime and throughput, Zmorph i500 features Distributed Control System, which creates easy access to each subassembly, while also maximizing the uptime of the machine. Zmorph i500 High-Performance 3D Printer is also available through resellers worldwide. 

Zmorph i500 was developed with safety in mind. Features such as an electric door lock preventing unauthorized access during work, the Air Flow System that filters the air coming out of the machine from fumes and particles, and a removable Wi-Fi module, make the i500 ready to work in an industrial environment without extra safety measures.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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