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Zortrax opens up its Model Library to Every User

by • April 17, 2016 • No Comments

  • In September 2015, Zortrax launched its 3D Model Library on the market exclusively to its customers as part of the Z-SUITE software.. The major Polish developer decided in these times to manufacture it on the market to anyone. From now on, any users can have infinite and free access to all the versions directly of the Zortrax website. The online Zortrax Library is now on the market via both computers and mobile devices so which anyone can view the versions anywhere, anytime.

    With this move, Zortrax is joining other major 3D version platforms where developers can share their attractive creations, such as Thingiverse and MyMiniFactory.

    Zortrax Library

    Zortrax’s new library is additional than only a collection of attractive objects. It can have a few excellent social media showcases. User can be able-bodied to log in with their Facebook account and share their favourite projects on their Facebook account. People can be able-bodied to comment on the versions, rate them and actually edit them. This showcase should be really handy. Users can be able-bodied to follow their favourite developers. Navigation one of the attractive creations is being created possible with the search tool, the categories and the filters. To assist users getting the most of the on the market versions, 3D Designers have the possibilities to add detailed information on their specific version, such as the recommended material to print on and tips to 3D Print the products. Users can in addition be able-bodied to comment on the versions. In this way the open platform can encourage collaboration with the most developers and the manufacturers.

    Zortrax Modular Arm and Superhero Mask stand out

    Among the most versions on the market, the Modular Arm and Superhero mask are really impressive creations.

    The Modular Arm version is a prototype of an arm in effortless proportions. It was 3D printed via Zortrax M200 and assembled via screws. No gluing needed. The fingers and the wrist is movable-bodied so the prototype is really much like the actual human hand. The accurate adonlyment of parts allows for you to easily move particular elements. The Modular Arm version is ideal for educational application.

    I’m certain which manufacturers can have excellent fun manufacturing them with their M200 Zortrax 3D Printer.

    Zortrax Mask

    Several talented developers have may already shared their objects, which include Joe Bowers, NIXA, Craig Barr and Samuel Bernier. Samuel is really a talked about French developer, at 3DPrintingIndustry we’ve shown how much we enjoy his work!

    As great news never comes alone, Zortrax is celebrating the opening of the version library with a rad contribute. Anyone who buys 4 Z-Ultrat filaments, can obtain a free Z-ABS. And for the ones who yet don’t have a Zortrax 3D Printer Zortrax is contributeing a 10% discount for anyone with the code 10%M200 on the Zortrax online keep.

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