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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.

Why Solid Print3D?

As a leading UK reseller of 3D printers in the UK, our aim is to provide you with the best service possible in the purchase and support of your 3D Printer. Whether you require training, technical advice or additional support regarding the operation of your new printer, we will be there to help with our team of 3D printing experts on hand.

World Class Support

As leading reseller in the UK, we provide world-class support from our in-house 3D printing experts, to make sure that the experience you have with your new Markforged 3D printer is as seamless as possible.

Training in 3D Printing

We also offer training in how to fully utilise your new 3D printer, with courses available for FDM/FFF and SLA printing.

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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