Zortrax releases its 3D Model Library for all users

Written by: Tom Austin-Morgan | Published:

Zortrax has announced that its Model Library has become a separate feature available to the public via the company's website. The Model Library is a cost-free tool which is claimed to allow users to store all of their 3D-printing projects in one place - having access to them at all times on various different platforms and devices.

The Library is also a place for users to share their experiences and results with one another; a platform through which they can discuss their work and give each other advice. Thanks to this, users no longer have to build their projects from the ground up. Zortrax's Model Library includes many projects from artists such as Samuel Bernier, Joe Bowers, Craig Barr and NIXA.

Users who sign-up for the Model Library will gain access to some of Zortrax's most popular projects; such as the Robotic Arm, the Superhero Mask or speaker casings. They will be available together with instructions on how to assemble individual parts and electronic components.

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