The new Massivit 1500 Printing Solution to increase accessibility into growing large format 3D printing market.
Massivit 3D Printing Technologies announced the expansion of its product portfolio with the Massivit 1500 Exploration 3D Printer. This new business-enhancing solution was debuted at ISA Sign Expo. It is designed to enable print businesses of all sizes to target new revenue opportunities.
The Massivit 1500 delivers an affordable, print shop friendly solution to enter the world of large format 3D printing. 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 moulds for cost-effective thermoforming for the retail, advertising, entertainment, events and interior design markets.
Based on the company’s unique proprietary Gel Dispensing Printing technology, the Massivit 1500 can quickly produce lightweight, hollow pieces up to 1.45m high which can be joined together to make any size model or display.
Commenting on the launch, Avner Israeli, CEO of Massivit 3D, said: “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.”
Beyond integrating perfectly within an industrial or print shop environment, the Massivit 1800 and 1500 address a growing demand for greater customization in traditional signage and displays. This includes attention-grabbing channel lettering along with unique soft signage structures.
Traditional manufacturing methods often require a lengthy turnaround time, mostly dedicated to manual labour, to produce metal applications and, should iterations be required, this could often escalate the manufacturing costs.
With Massivit 3D’s solutions offering geometric freedom, sign businesses can transform standard channel lettering or soft signage into complex structures in a fraction of the time and cost compared to traditional methods.