The Zmorph i500 3D printer has been launched, with the Polish firm targeting professional users and high throughput.
Zmorph i500 has been designed for cost-effective low-volume production, custom tooling, and prototyping, with a 500 x 460 x 300 mm build area.
A dual drive dual extruder can reach temperatures of up to 300°C for two material combinations such as ABS and HIPS or PLA and PVA, or simply consistent results with a sole material.
The unibody design, made from 1.5 mm and 2 mm aluminium, should provide a solid vibration resistant base for its build chamber that can reach 130°C.
Air is filtered on the way in and out, helping the Zmorph 1500 maintain a stable temperature and to protect the operator against any fumes that might be generated.
A 7 inch touchscreen controls the machine, while Zmorph’s own UI keeps the operating process seamless.
For security purposes, the 3D printer’s Wi-Fi module can be physically removed minimising the ability to compromise the machine being hacked.
At the launch Zmorph VP Marek Kłos, said: “Zmorph has been present in the additive manufacturing market since 2013. We used this time to acquire experience and R&D proficiency to enter the professional market.
“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, that was designed to fulfil the needs of even the most demanding users from the industry.
“i500 was carefully developed with valuable feedback from our customers and distributor network.”
The Zmorph i500 costs $7,499 or €6,399.