Massivit 3D’ new 3D printing solution is also dedicated to visual communication applications

After the Massivit 1800, Massivit 3D extends its portfolio with Massivit 1500 Exploration 3D Printer. The 3D printing solution offers a print shop friendly solution as part of large format 3D printing solutions.

The device is built based on the company’s Gel Dispensing Printing technology. It can print lightweight, hollow pieces up to 1.45m / 4.8ft high. The pieces can thereafter be used to produce any size model or display.

By incorporating 3D printed models or enhancements to existing 2D applications, print providers can expand their product portfolio to offer innovative, head-turning applications. These include, audience-engaging POP / POS displays, illuminated signage and props as well as high-endurance molds for cost-effective thermoforming for the retail, advertising, entertainment, events and interior design markets.

Companies that still use conventional methods for their visual communication applications depend on manual labor and need to produce metal applications. If iterations are necessary, therefore, the cost would be definitely higher. According to Massivit 3D, its solution addresses these issues by transforming standard channel lettering into a more complexed structure.

Speaking of the launch of this product, Avner Israeli, CEO of Massivit 3D: “We expect that the market’s reaction will be very positive as we expand the accessibility of our trailblazing technology to a wider audience.”

 

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Yosra K.

Passionate about new technologies, I discovered 3D printing through different professional experiences. Aware of the importance of this technology for today's and tomorrow's markets, it is with great pleasure that I share the latest news and analysis related to it, so that you in turn, can take advantage of it. #Staytuned #3DAdept

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