Massivit 3D Printing Technologies, the company that is disrupting large format 3D printing with its gel deposition technology (a hybrid between extrusion and photopolymerization processes) will showcase the extensive sign & display applications achievable with its market-leading 3D printing technology at ISA Sign Expo, from 20-22 April at Mandalay Bay Convention Center.
Showcasing a range of attention-grabbing projects, including an intricate large format 3D printed robot, illuminated fragrance bottle and a stunning vacuum formed sign, visitors will hear how Massivit 3D’s customers are already pioneering the use of 3D printing for next generation visual communication applications.
With its unparalleled build-volume, the flagship Massivit 1800 3D Printer enables the output of impressive, larger-than-life applications with the visual appeal and stopping-power for better customer engagement. This will be exemplified by two large-scale 1.3m/ 4.27ft busts that will welcome visitors at the entrances of ISA Sign Expo.
Live on-stand demonstrations
Visitors will also see the unrivalled print speed of up to 35cm/13.7in per hour first-hand with live on-stand demonstrations. Boasting dual print-heads, the Massivit 1800 3D Printer can produce two individual models simultaneously, enabling wider workflow efficiencies and greater productivity.
For the owners of large format print and sign businesses, the Massivit 1800 3D Printer not only enables them to extend their application gamut but provides the ability to differentiate their offering, which could potentially future-proof their business and unlock the door to the new markets.
“ISA Sign Expo is a great platform to demonstrate how our technology can be seamlessly integrated into large format/sign businesses. With their extensive knowledge of traditional sign making techniques and a comprehensive customer base, large format and sign print houses can easily combine the two technologies to create stunning added-value visual communications with minimal learning and business disruption.” Lilach Sapir, VP Marketing and Business Development at Massivit 3D.
Cost-effective customization and greater design freedom
Massivit 3D will also demonstrate the time and cost savings derived from 3D printed molds for vacuum forming. Visitors will be able to see how the Massivit 1800 3D Printer quickly produces large and complex molds that can withstand the the vacuum forming process. Traditional manufacturing methods often require several weeks to produce mold inserts with significant outlay. Using this innovative technique, print providers can transform their conventional manufacturing chain for increased efficiency as well as significantly decreased lead times.