A New Era in Additive Manufacturing

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  • Automotive
  • Marine
  • Aerospace
  • Architecture
  • Furniture
  • Education
  • And many more

Till now, there has been a recognized market gap when it comes to cost-effective production of full-scale, industrial prototypes, mock-ups, and tooling. Throughout multiple industries, traditional fabrication methods have involved clay, cardboard, metal, or foam. Massivit 3D brings to market radical-speed additive manufacturing – based on unique photo polymeric technology – for scale one prototypes, mock-ups, and tooling based on pioneering photo polymeric technology

Thermoforming Tool for Aerospace POC

Large-scale tooling for Aerospace parts generally requires multiple processes, is slow, costly, and produces a lot of waste. ACS Hybrid Inc. and 3D Composites conducted a Proof of Concept to test a large-scale tool produced with the Massivit 1800 Pro. The initial additive manufactured part needed to be produced with high precision and to withstand 50 pulls. Find out how large-volume 3D printing significantly reduced the time, cost, and waste needed to produce a mould.

SEMA Launch of Wide Body Kit Prototype

An industry first – the 2020 Supra MK5 Widebody Kit was launched at SEMA 2019. The kit prototype was 3D printed in 16 parts in just 64 hours. “This was a crazy timeline that would not have been possible without the 3D printer. Since Massivit 3D can print on such a large scale, they are really pushing the envelope on what the industry will start seeing here” said TJ Hunt.

World-First Full Scale 3D Printed Concept Car for FAI

A Portrait of db”, a full-scale 3D printed concept car, steals the spotlight at the Festival Automobile International in Paris. A masterpiece conceived by renowned GT by Citroën designer, Takumi Yamamoto, this car was 3D printed and finished by printing and prototyping experts, Marie 3D.

Produce fast and cost-effective large prototypes, mock-ups, and tooling with breakthrough additive manufacturing technology