As a follow-up to my prior first look, I thought I would do a photo-based unboxing of the ZMorph 2.0 SX Full Set, which arrived at the office yesterday.
To summarize, the ZMorph 2.0 SX Full Set is a 3D printer for 1.75mm filament extrusion, CNC milling, laser cutting and engraving, and thick paste extrusion (e.g., chocolate decorating). It’s not inexpensive, but with all of these amazing capabilities available with easily switchable, magnetically attached parts in a desktop unit, it actually costs far less than expected.
Shown in the first layer are the toolhead and related boxes. These include:
- Thick Paste Extruder
- Dual Pro
- 445 NM Diode Module
- CNC Pro
- CNC Milling Fun Pack
Also in the first layer is the Quick Start Guide and related materials, as well as a plastic accessories and tool box (containing, among many other items, a Touch Probe for calibration).
Going a bit deeper, we find a cardboard sleeve containing BuildTak, a power cable, a network (NIC) cable, and miscellaneous sample 3D prints in orange. Note that the 3D-printed tube cracked into two pieces, presumably during shipping, but more on that later.
For the last of the first layer, we find Yellow PLA and Dark Blue PLA, both 1.75mm/500gr, a USB cable, and a CNC table/platform.
For the second and final layer, we get to the ZMorph 2.0 SX itself:
I will now turn my attention over the next few days to the quick start setup and provide follow-up postings, which will no doubt provide far more detail on everything that’s included. After that, there will be some feature articles here and elsewhere, so be sure to stay tuned on all the usual channels.
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