PrintEx VIDEO: Explore new dimensions with Massivit 3D

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The Massivit 1500 Exploration 3D printer, supplied in Australia by Stick-on-Signs, features on Graphic Art Mart’s stand L28 at PrintEx.

Aimed at businesses with limited vertical space who are looking to enter the field of 3D printing at a lower price point, the Massivit 1500 is a spinoff from the company’s successful flagship model, the 1800.

According to Abe Weiszberger of Stick-on-Signs, the Massivit 1500 is a great entry point for printers looking to get into 3D.

“The machine prints the next level of advertising. It allows you to bring 3D into your house and into every advertising avenue,” he said.

Erez Zimerman, CEO of Massivit 3D, says the addition of the Massivit 1500 extends the company’s 3D printing portfolio to a wider market.

“We’ve experienced enormous success with our flagship Massivit 1800, and introducing a second solution expands the accessibility of our technology to a wider market. The Massivit 1500 builds on the incredible global success of our flagship Massivit 1800 and further cements our position as a frontrunner of innovative solutions for next generation visual communication.

“With the Massivit 1500, print shops of all sizes can benefit from the limitless creativity and new business opportunities enabled by large format 3D printing,” he says.

The Massivit 1500 produces lightweight and hollow pieces up to 1.45 metres high, which can then be joined together into larger models. Applications include point-of-sale displays; illuminated signage and props; and high-endurance thermoforming moulds for retail, advertising, entertainment, events, and interior design.

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