Polish 3D printer manufacturer ZMorph is one of the first OEMs that drew our attention on the applications 3D printing could enable in the consumer goods and architecture industries. Founded in 2012, the company’s business model has evolved over time to focus on education and industrial applications. Remember that last year saw the launch of an Industrial-Grade 3D Printer – i500 within the company’s portfolio, marking this way a new era of “3D printers that deliver”.

Today, to pursue this adventure, the ZMorph team will be part of the Sygnis Group that has announced a majority stake within the 3D printing firm. The acquisition was formally finalized on July 29, 2022 and ZMorph SA will remain a separate subsidiary.

The Supervisory Board of ZMorph SA has appointed Grzegorz Kaszynski as President of ZMorph SA and Andrzej Burgs as Vice President. Grzegorz Kaszynski remains Vice President of Sygnis SA and Commercial Director of the entire Sygnis Group. As an experienced Commercial Director, Grzegorz Kaszynski, at ZMorph SA, will focus on expanding the sales network and strengthening relationships with customers. Andrzej Burgs remains president of Sygnis SA. As head of the Technology and R&D Department of the Sygnis Group, he will provide ZMorph SA with seamless support for both the development of existing equipment and future joint products, a press release reads.

Sygnis is known for develing advanced hardware solutions that can meet the needs of various industries – and R&D in particular. The company’s solutions include biotechnologies, nanotechnologies, and other new technologies.

“In its strategy, Sygnis planned to create the Sygnis Group, which will include, among others, a company that is a manufacturer of 3D printing machines. Initial assumptions about the implementation of strategy included a lead time of 2 years. At this point, the opportunity to acquire ZMorph causes us to achieve this strategic goal right now. The effect of this synergy will most likely be visible by the end of this year, forming an important part of the company’s strategy. The products developed at Sygnis may become an important element in the further development of the newly acquired company and may be transferred to ZMorph in the future. In addition, thanks to the new location in Lower Silesia, we can expand our recruitment field by starting cooperation with various talented people in the region.  By investing in ZMorph as the Sygnis Group, we become the largest 3D printing entity in Poland, and our aspirations, of course, go even further”, Andrzej Burgs states.

With the acquisition, the Sygnis Group will become one of the largest players in the Polish 3D printing industry. The company acquires a brand that is already well established on the international scene: ZMorph SA products are available globally through an official network of partners on all continents. The devices are very popular especially in the US market, meeting the expectations of customers.

“I am very proud that we were able to add ZMorph to the Sygnis Group. It is one of the most important brands on the Polish 3D printing market and, above all, very recognizable worldwide. ZMorph’s unique design and emphasis on quality, combined with Sygnis’ R&D strength, will certainly quickly result in new solutions for the company’s offerings. We are joining at a pivotal moment, with the i500 printer ZMorph is becoming an important player in the professional 3D printer market, especially those targeted at professional SME’s. We have diagnosed sales areas that have untapped potential. We aim to make ZMorph synonymous with a premium European brand for 3D printing”, Grzegorz Kaszyński concludes.

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