Massivit Tool Builder


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    Massivit Tool Builder

    The Massivit Tool Builder (MTB) is an Additive Manufacturing System that produces large moulds for the composite materials market at record speed and a fraction of the cost.

    For faster printing, check out the newer model, Massivit M500




    Due to the large build volume designers can produce car panels, boats hulls and sculptures from one print.

    Build Volume: 1.45 x 1.1 x 1.8 (m)


    Massivit is the only company to use Gel Dispensing Printing (GDP) whereby photo polymeric material is instantly UV cured as it is extruded. GDP is 30x faster than FFD


    Producing parts with the Massivit is less labour intensive, reduces lead times and requires no tooling to be outsourced from secondary companies.

    Most Technologic Advanced 3D Printing

    Massivit printing combines all the latest technology to supply manufacturers with a friendly user experience and exceptional results.

    Massivit printers service a range of industries: Automotive, Marine, Rail, Architecture and Visual Communications

    Massivit m5000 sustainability

    Improved Workflow

    The Massivit Tool Builder can create large, high quality parts in hours. These parts would usually take days to complete and require high skilled workers.

    3D printing is a versatile manufacturing style, designers have the ability to change and edit designs without having to invest in new and expensive tooling.

    All Massivit printers come with advanced slicing software which adapts to what your print is being used for (moulds, furniture, restorations etc.)

    M5000 Massivit improved workflow

    Better Sustainability

    Eliminate the mess, waste and storage requirements that is usually associated with CNC machining or manual labour.

    The Massivit Tool Builder can produce complex shapes containing overhangs with little to no support structure, reducing material usage and cost.

    Access to a Variety of Materials

    Check out the range of materials available with the Massivit Printers

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    Dimengel 110

    Dimengel 110 is a photo polymeric gel that provides users with the best finish, it can produce the finest details in a smooth professional finish. Reducing post processing and increasing the attractiveness of the model

    Technical data sheet

    Only available with the Massivit M5000

    MASSIVit Dimengel 100 Printing Material

    Dimengel 100

    Dimengel 100 is an all purpose material, it has a relatively high tensile strength, it is stiff and resistance to impact forces. Use this material for prints requiring more mechanical properties.

    Technical data Sheet

    MASSIVit Dimengel 90 Printing Material

    Dimengel 90

    Dimengel 90 is the most cost effective material in the Massivit range. Use this material for rapid prototypes, parts requiring less mechanical properties or prints being used for destructive testing.

    Technical data sheet

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    Print configuration:  CIM technology: 1 printing-head and 1 casting-head

    Printing tray:  2 Removable & interchangeable print tray

    Print volume:  1.20 x 1.50 x 1.65m

    Motion System:  Linear motors for X/Y print head | Servo motors for print tray (Z) height

    Workflow and software:  S/W on machine: Massivit proprietary front-end software. Input format: STL Massivit Smart Slicer | SolidWorks (Not included)

    System weight:  Unpacked ~2500kg | Packed ~3000kg | CMS estimated with 600kg

    Working environment:  Thermally controlled print chamber, up to 60°c.

    Resolutions:  Mould print single layer height: 0.5mm to 1.3 mm

    Maximum Object Weight:  300kg

    Printing Material:  Massivit Breakable Gel | Massivit proprietary Epoxy resin

    System Dimensions:  3.1 x 2.2 x 2.8 m

    CMS Dimensions:  1.8 x 1.8 x 1.5 m




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