Massivit 3D Printing Technologies says its business has grown by almost 350 per cent since the launch of its Massivit 1800 3D Printer at drupa 2016.

The company has secured over 30 customers from 15 countries and its global distributor network of 25 agencies offers full customer service support and training. It produces a 3D printer specifically engineered for large format signs and displays, the Massivit 1800, which can produce models up to 1.8m in height. In New Zealand, Photo Electronic Swervices supplies Massavit.

Avner Israeli, chief executive of Massivit 3D, says, “The immediate impact that the Massivit 1800 3D Printer is having on our customers’ ability to grow their business, reflects its ability to successfully fill a technology gap in the market.

“Additionally, it demonstrates that brand or marketing managers within their own customer base are always seeking to maximise their budgets and add as much wow factor as possible to their campaigns.”

SuperSize, a dedicated 3D printing subsidiary of Israel’s largest retail specialist, Heidia Group, purchased the Massivit 1800 to extend its business offering to the retail, advertising and exhibition sectors.

Ofer Gal, founder and chairman of Heidia Group, says, “With almost 30 years’ experience in the industry, we have built a reputation as expert craftsmen when it comes to iconic retail displays for many international brands. Maintaining this ability to offer our clients innovative displays, is at the forefront of our business model and is the reason we continue to invest in pioneering technologies.

“With the ability to quickly combine luxury with head-turning appeal, our Massivit 1800 not only adds a new dimension to our portfolio but it’s our solution of choice for statement pieces.

“In fact, we recently produced a 1.8m/ 5.9ft tall flamingo for a luxury private event. Utilising the Massivit 1800’s dual print heads, we 3D printed the flamingo in just one day. Painted in the famous salmon pink, the model is now housed in the event organiser’s home. It not only continues to captivate the attention of visitors to the organiser’s home, but has also contributed to increased business.”

Italian digital print house, Sismaprint, has also installed a Massivit 1800. Oscar Stucchi, president of Sismaprint, says, “As the first Italian adopters of the technology, we are differentiating our business offering and pushing the boundaries of super-sized applications. The ability to elevate our existing applications to new heights has seen us increase our customer base and enter the promotional, event and interior decorating markets.”

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