Introducing new speed mode for Zortrax 3D Printers
Zortrax is launching a free speed mode feature, allowing for up to 3x faster printing on Zortrax desktop 3D printers.
Toyota cuts manufacturing costs with Zortrax 3D printers
Toyota hires more than 3 thousand employees, and thanks to optimised processes, they meet the needs of the ever-growing automotive market.
Zortrax is launching new products
Zortrax is launching new products working with Zortrax Endureal industrial 3D printer: two com-prehensive sets dedicated to metal 3D printing, Zortrax Full Metal Package 17-4 PH and Zortrax Full Metal Package 316L, as well as a low-melt VICTREX PAEK AM 200 (a filament, which has a lower melting point than PEEK and can be extruded in lower temperatures).
3D printing enabled French biathlete to train despite injury
Athletics 3D, a French company making custom sports gear, used the Zortrax M300 Dual 3D printer working with BASF Ultrafuse PP GF30 filament to make a modified hand stop to enable one of their star biathletes to train despite a wrist injury.
The superhero of 3D printing
Disabled animals now have the chance to move freely thanks to 3D-printed prostheses. Maciej Szczepański, a fifth-year student of veterinary medicine at Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences, uses the Zortrax Inventure 3D printer to create prostheses tailored to the individual needs of a given animal.
3D printed pistol grip at the Tokyo Olympics
Celine Goberville, a multiple world champion and Olympic silver medalist in 10m air pistol shooting, will compete at the Tokyo Olympics with a custom, 3D printed pistol grip. Zortrax Apoller, a smart vapor-smoothing device, has been successfully used to achieve ultra-smooth surface of the grip that met Celine’s requirements.
3D printed pistol grip at shooting championships
Céline Goberville, an Olympic silver medallist and multiple world champion will compete at the European Shooting Championships in Croatia this year with a 3D printed pistol grip, printed on the Zortrax M300 Dual 3D printer.
Universal charging cable created with 3D printing
One charging cable that will fit all your devices for years? Sounds like a fairy tale? The Australian company Volta, together with an Italian collective Metafora Design, has created a product proving it to be possible. The cable has been designed and printed with the use of Zortrax 3D printing Ecosystem.
3D printed composite parts with support of ESA
Zortrax has announced that with the support of the European Space Agency (ESA) it is working to develop a technology that enables 3D printing high-performance composite parts out of two blends of PEEK filament in dual extrusion on Zortrax Endureal industrial 3D printer. The first prototype composite parts made out of standard PEEK and experimental electrically conductive PEEK developed by ESA have been successfully fabricated on the Zortrax Endur...