Global Organizations Choose Z Corporation 3D Printers to Accelerate Product Design

Z Corporation announced today that world-renowned manufacturers and schools have selected ZPrinter® 3D printers to enhance design engineering.  These organizations and global brands include:

* Airbus Operations GmbH
* Hyundai-Kia Motors
* Sketchers
* Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.
* GE Energy
* Foster + Partners
* SHoP Architects
* Israeli Defense Forces
* RMIT University School of Architecture and Design
* The American University, UAE
* Helwan University

3D printers create physical objects from 3D computer-aided design (CAD), building information modeling (BIM) and other digital data much as a 2D printer creates documents from word-processing text.  ZPrinter 3D printers quickly and affordably turn product, building and other designs into physical color models, streamlining design from idea through mid-stage evaluation and presentation.

ZPrinters set the standard for speed, affordability, color and ease of use, offering:

* Fastest print speed: 5x-10x faster than all other 3D printing technologies
* Lowest operating cost: one-fifth the cost of other technologies
* World’s only multicolor 3D printers: full 24-bit color, just like a 2D printer
* Ease of use: only ZPrinters perform most operations automatically

“We are thrilled to help such prominent companies in so many industries improve product development through on-demand prototyping,” said Ed DeArias, Z Corp.’s vice president of global sales and service. “It’s inspiring to see our customers create innovative uses for ZPrinting and see the tangible business benefits.”

About Z Corporation
Z Corporation 3D technologies help product designers, engineers and architects create the right designs the first time. Professionals use ZPrinter 3D printers, ZBuilder™ Ultra rapid prototyping machines and ZScanner® 3D laser scanners to compress the design cycle, generate new concepts, communicate clearly, foster collaboration, and reduce errors. These solutions span the entire 3D CAD/BIM design process from concept through design verification.

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