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Explore our range of large-scale Massivit 3D Printers. If you are looking to print large format parts at unprecedented speeds, Massivit 3D is the answer for you.

Maximum Build Volume: 145cm x 111cm x 180cm / 57″ x 44″ x 70″.

Massivit 3D Printers – Print Larger, Faster.

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Massivit 3D 1800 3D Printer

Massivit 3D 1800

The Massivit 3D 1800 is the flagship of Massivit 3D’s large scale 3D printing solutions. It is is the first 3D printer capable of printing massive-scale parts capable of stopping crowds, being parts of movie sets or being props for visual communications.

Massivit 3D 1800 Pro 3DPrinter

Massivit 3D 1800 Pro

The Massivit 3D 1800 Pro provides its users with increased performance over the 1800.

With further improvements to the flexibility and management of the machine.

Massivit Tool Builder

Massivit 3D Tool Builder

MTB is designed to address the tooling requirements of a range of industries including automotive, aerospace, marine, and energy that require manufacturing of large parts made of composite materials.

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Companies who use Massivit 3D Printers

Endless Large-Scale Applications

Digital Communications

Using a Massivit 3D printer, brands across the world have been able to produce large-scale visual communications for use in their campaigns. For example, brands such as Armani have utilised thermo-formed 3D prints in their billboards, to make sure that their advertisements stand out. Digiprint, a 3D printing company based in Albania were also able to print a 10′ Coca Cola bottle for use in their campaigns. Whatever your large-scale need, Massivit 3D printing will give provide a quick solution.

Theatre & Film

Models to be used in theatre and film can now be printed in only hours using a Massivit 3D printer, at the fraction of the cost of having the model produced externally. For example, Colorzenith were able to utilise Massivit 3D printers to create a Lancia B24 to be used as a prop in the Don Pasquale opera. The reason for 3D printing being used over alternative methods was due to the time constraint – 3D printing was the only method that ensured that the prop would be ready for use by the beginning of rehearsals.

Automotive

Due to their ability to print large-scale parts at a faster pace than other 3D printing solutions, Massivit 3D Printers have been used for both the prototyping and designing of new and interesting automotive vehicles; such as the MK5 widebody kit for the 2020 Toyota Supra or the DB Project – the world’s first fully 3D-printed concept car.

Architecture & Construction

Creating models of construction plans can now be completed in hours with a Massivit 3D printer. Additionally, concrete casts can now be produced in-house in half of the time, allowing for you to check that your architectural designs fit without having to use third party services. BCT Entertainment, for example, were able to print a 6′ model of the Burj Khalifa in only 16 hours. The costing for one-offs or short runs of your casts and models is also much lower with 3D printing, allowing for you to be fully creative in your designs.

Marine

Prototyping marine technologies and vehicles has never been faster. Instead of waiting weeks to be able to see your prototypes in person, a Massivit 3D printer will enable you to iterate designs in days. Additionally, you can ensure that your part will be waterproof, through the application of finishing materials after your part has printed.

Aerospace

The Aerospace industry is naturally dependant upon iterating large-scale prototypes. Now, with Massivit 3D printers added into your workflow, this process can be reduced from weeks into days. After printing, finishing materials can be used on your parts such as Easy Flo Spray; which can bring further qualities to your part such as Flame Resistance.

Defence

Due to the scalability and build volume of Massivit 3D printers, the defence industry can now benefit from fast prototyping of designs at low cost.
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Materials

Dimengel 100

Dimengel 100 is Massivit 3D’s proprietary photo-polymeric acrylic gel that ensures that prints are cured before the print is even completed. It allows for parts to be printed without supports and with unprecedented dimensions.

Dimengel 90

Dimengel 90 is the cost-effective option to use with a Massivit 3D printer, providing properties to parts which are slightly lesser to that found in parts printed with Dimengel 100.

Frequently asked Questions

How long does it take to print something in 3D?

3D printing time depends on the size and complexity of design, and the printer used. Trying to print a large-scale design intended for super-size sign printers with a smaller model will inevitably take an age to finish. But as a rule of thumb, most printers take about five hours to print an object that’s the size of the print bed.

What are the basic parts of a 3D printer?

The basic components of a 3D printer include the controller board, belts, threaded rods, end stops, power supply unit (PSU), filament, frame, stepper motors, print bed, print bed surface, print head, feeder system, user interface, file transfer options, and more. When shopping for the best 3D printer and evaluating whether the Massivit 3D price is worth it, you need to understand the terminology used, so it’s worth brushing up on what each of these terms mean.

What are the materials used to print 3D objects?

A variety of materials can be used to print 3D objects, including PLA, glass filled polyamide, polyamide (nylon), ABS plastic, silver, titanium, photopolymers, stereo-lithography materials (epoxy resins), polycarbonate, steel, and wax. Some of these materials are harder to work with than others. Evaluate your needs from the end product beforehand, so you buy the right printer for your design.

What is 3D printing?

This refers to the process of creating a three-dimensional object by introducing a new material instead of shaping an existing one by drilling or machining, for instance. This process, also known as additive manufacturing, was first used in the late 1980s as a rapid prototyping method in the automotive and aerospace industries.

How does 3D printing work?

The process of 3D printing involves a technique known as an “additive process”. This involves creating a three-dimensional object by applying a series of layers of material in succession until the desired shape, size, and integrity of an object is achieved.

Distributing Massivit 3D Printing Products Throughout The UK and Ireland

Solid Print3D, the sister firm of SolidWorks reseller Solid Solutions, is Massivit 3D’s distributor for 3D printing platforms and services throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.
In addition to Massivit printer and software products, we are also a distributor of popular large format 3D printer products and technologies from big names in the printing world, including BigRep, Formlabs, Markforged, and Ultimaker.
The inclusion of Massivit in Solid Print3D’s long list of products for distribution in the UK and Ireland is sure to be beneficial to our 19,000-strong engineering and design client base.
This will enable customers in the UK and Ireland to have easier access to production-scale 3D printers for massive objects that are known for their fabrication quality, speed, and high-quality resolutions.

Massivit Targets UK Engineering with Large-Build 3D Printing

Following its partnership with Solid Print3D, Massivit aims to promote its large object 3D printer technology to UK companies.
Massivit’s reputation lies in its flexible 3D printing output, used for creating concept models with varying structures, shapes, and designs.
As part of its newly formed partnership with Solid Print3D, Massivit 3D is working on a variety of webinars and virtual demonstrations targeting the automotive, architecture, energy, and marine industries.

Massivit 3D Offers Large Format 3D Printing Solutions For Visual Communication

Visual communication is one of the latest applications for 3D printing solutions. And Massivit 3D’s life-size 3D printer products provide customers with the technology to create lifelike 3D printed props for movie sets, or large pieces for advertising campaigns, like billboards and mega signage. Its application has even reached the radars of other industries interested in developing product prototypes.
For the Massivit 3D printer price, you get a lot of value for your money. This is a product that’s sure to have practical uses and applications across a wide range of industries.
At Solid Print3D, our aim is to provide customers with the best 3D printing products, courses, materials, and accessories available on the market today. We offer highly competitive Massivit 3D costs and generous payment plans, allowing you to acquire the best equipment with ease and speed.

Large Volume 3D Printers for Education & Research

Massivit 3D printing solutions enable large-volume and complex prototypes, parts, and molds to be produced at 30x the speed of most other additive manufacturing systems.

Allow your academics to fabricate any full-scale, custom part with complex geometries, without the associated heavy costs. Watch the video below:

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What is Massivit 3D?

The continuous evolution in print technology has led Massivit 3D to develop the latest innovation in 3D printing. With the company’s printers’ applications encompassing the majority of modern-day industries, Massivit’s products have begun to be seen as a necessity for many businesses today. The advertising, entertainment, architecture, interior design, marketing, and events sectors are just a few of the industries that are increasingly relying on 3D printing from Massivit.

As the demand in the large format print industry increases, the competition also grows tougher; and every day, players in the field strive to gain an edge on the market. One of the leading lights in the industry is the Massivit 3D printer, which comes from a pioneer in the large format 3D printing world. These exciting products are made available on the UK market through Solid Print3D.

The Massivit 3D printer comes from Massivit 3D Printing Technologies Ltd, a company that has its headquarters in Lod, Israel. Founded in 2013 by a group of experts in the large format printing industry, the company recognised the growing need for a 3D printer that could not only handle large-scale projects, but also get them done fast. Massivit’s founder, Gershon Miller, approached the challenge head-on.

Initially, there were two main technologies employed in 3D printing. The first used solid materials, which were melted, deposited, and cooled down before adding another layer. The other technology involved the use of photopolymer liquids, which were jetted or cured with the use of radiation. Unfortunately, both were very slow techniques.

Massivit 3D printing, on the other hand, champions gel dispensing printing. It uses a material that is half-baked and polymerised as needed throughout the printing process. The material then goes through a curing process, and the end result is much faster than the other, earlier technologies. Massivit printers use the best hardware, software, and materials to make 3D printing a fast and seamless process, allowing businesses to undertake massive production runs with ease.

One of the most impressive displays of Massivit printer technology is France-based Marie 3D’s “db car”, the plans for which were created by car designer Takumi Yamamoto. The automobile is a remarkably unique shape, and its 3D printing was completed in only 350 hours. It was put on display at the prominent Festival Automobile International in February 2019 in Paris. There’s no way this complex 3D print could have been completed in such a short space of time using other technologies.

Numerous industries in the UK have benefited from Massivit’s 3D printers, as sold by Solid Print3D, and the number is growing. These printers can create models that are hollow, lightweight, and easily customisable to create an even greater impact. These machines not only offer a shorter overall print time, they can also result in lower manual labour expenses and reduced waste.

The main benefits of Massivit technology are quicker prints; massive printing sizes; and greater liberty in the geometric customisations possible. The equipment also offers various applications in channel lettering; 2D and 3D displays and signs; PoS displays; scenic props; soft signage; and thermoforming moulds, to name but a few.

Massivit 3D’s products could be the answer to your business’ needs. Check out Solid Print3D’s offers today and find the right printer for you.
Feel free to contact us on 01926 333 777 or email us at info@solidprint3d.co.uk to learn more about this technology, the Massivit price, and how it could help your business soar to new heights.