A few weeks ago, the Polish manufacturer of multifunctional 3D printing devices presented development plans for the near future. Company announced, among others extending the range of 3D printers in the offer with new devices – ZMorph 3.0 and LCD. Their premieres are scheduled for next year.

At the same time, the company continues to develop. ZMorph operates in 40 countries on five continents, and is now expanding its distribution network with another partner – MahaChem. The company will distribute ZMorph products in Southeast Asia.

Maha Chemicals Asia is a Singapore-based company founded in 1975. As the representative of the Asian company says, the advantage of the multifunctional device is the fact that it is an extension of classic 3D printers and allows for the implementation of various projects. Multifunctional devices allow not only 3D printing, but also milling or laser plotting. In their opinion, ZMorph devices will find admirers among professionals as well as hobbyists and amateurs.

MahaChem has twelve sales offices in the Southeast Asia region and operates in Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Burma, Cambodia and South Korea. Thanks to this, the distribution network of ZMorph devices has significantly expanded. Bartek Rusecki, ZMorph’s sales manager, emphasizes that their multifunctional device will be on sale at the Asian distributor this month.

The advantage of the solution is its versatility. The Polish producer believes that thanks to the cooperation, it will be possible to gain popularity in the South-East Asia region.

The premiere of the first, new ZMorph 3.0 3D printer is scheduled for the first quarter of 2021. It is equipped with two heads and has a large working area. As a result, the 3D printer is to be dedicated to both professionals and industry. In turn, the 3D printing device made of light-curing resins was created with the dental industry in mind. Its premiere will also take place next year.

Source: blog.zmorph3d.com

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