Moving in a synchronized ballet of 3D printed parts, Zortrax brings their main product to market using a real showstopper: their own 3 D printed robots. Catering to designers and engineers, they are really showing off what they can do with this industrial-design performance, modeled in the type of robotics made famous KUKA, by longstanding German firm.
Emphasizing the utilization of the Zortrax M200 and permanent Z ULTRAT filament, the three axis dancing robots are composed of distinct parts that are eighteen, and featuring:
- Head which is often replaced by by another gripper or electromagnet.
- 3D printed longitudinal bearing, allowing 360° spinning.
- Industrial versatility for welding, painting, sorting