Massivit launching biggest 3D printer yet

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Massivit 3D Printing Technologies, a leading provider of large-volume 3D printing solutions, will launch the industrial-grade Massivit 5000 3D printing system this week, through a live webinar at 5pm AEST on Sunday.

Launching on Sunday via webinar: Biggest Massivit 3D yet, the 5000
Launching on Sunday via webinar: Biggest Massivit 3D yet, the 5000

The launch webinar will unveil technology and features of the Massivit 5000, which are designed for manufacturers and service providers across a wide range of industries, including visual communication and scenic fabrication.

Click here to register for the free event.

The Massivit 5000 enables manufacturers and service providers to expedite their lead times for large-volume prototyping, tooling and custom manufacturing by up to 30 times the production speed of other technologies.

Based on the company’s patented Gel Dispensing Printing (GDP) technology – already adopted across 40 countries for cost-effective production of large, custom parts – the Massivit 5000 offers a range of resolutions, print modes and materials, which it says optimises quality, fidelity, and speed requirements for various industries. New automation features and capabilities also allow operators to improve workflow efficiencies and enable even easier monitoring and operations.

This latest addition to the Massivit 3D portfolio of large-volume 3D printers facilitates fast production of complex, large parts up to 145cm x 111cm x 180cm that instantly cure during the printing process, enabling ready-made parts straight off the printer, without the need for post-processing and with almost no required support structures.

During the free launch webinar, attendees will experience a virtual, live tour of the Massivit 5000 3D printer, and will see a broad range of applications available across the visual communication, automotive, marine, rail, architecture, scenic fabrication, and education sectors.

Massivit is imported into Australia by Stick on Signs and sold through Graphic Art Mart, with the large 3D capability used in various sign applications.

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