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Massivit sells 15 large-capacity 3D printers

Massivit, a 3D printer manufacturer specializing in high-volume 3D printers, announces the sale of 15 machines.

At the largest international printing trade show, drupa, which took place in Germany from May 28 to June 7, Massivit presented the Massivit 3000, a printer designed for the rapid production of large parts at a competitive price.

Erez Zimmerman, CEO commented: “It was a pleasure to return to the drupa exhibition after the event’s 8-year hiatus. The exhibition enabled the company to reach a diverse customer base from the printing, advertising and global marketing industries. drupa was an excellent platform for our Massivit 3000 launch. At the exhibition we experienced a high level of interest as we showcased use cases and applications that can be printed on the Massivit 10000 and Massivit 3000.”

The Massivit 3000 enables companies in the advertising and marketing industry to print large-format objects in a very short time. These printed objects can be used as point-of-purchase displays, window displays and billboards. The launch of the Massivit 3000 enabled the company to reach a new target group and sign 15 new agreements during the show.

In addition to the successful events at drupa, the company recently received two further orders. One is for a Massivit 1800 printer from Bombardier, a Canadian company specializing in the manufacture of business jets and trains. Bombardier plans to use the printer to produce prototypes and interior parts for its aerospace division. The second order is for a Massivit 5000 printer from Navistar, an American truck and bus company owned by Volkswagen.

Zimmerman concluded by mentioning that Massivit won two prestigious awards at the TCT 3Sixty Exhibition in the UK last week. Working with Italian customer Woltz Nautic, the Massivit 5000 printer was used to produce bathtubs that are 100 kg lighter than conventional tubs, saving 260 man-hours. The company also received an award for the newly launched CIM 84 material, which is the first 3D printing material with certified flame retardancy that can be used in the theme park industry.

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