Massivit to Introduce 10000-G Additive Manufacturing System

Company announces it is also rebranding itself.

Company announces it is also rebranding itself.

3D printed isotropic mold for composite motorbike fairing skin. Image courtesy of Massivit.

Massivit 3D Printing Technologies, provider of large-scale additive manufacturing systems, introduces its Massivit 10000-G to the European composites market. 

The Massivit 10000-G automates and speeds up workflows for composite manufacturing. Based on the company’s Cast In Motion technology, the 10000-G facilitates digital production of complex molds, mandrels, master tools, jigs and fixtures for a range of industries including automotive, rail, marine, defense, consumer goods, and sporting goods. Cast In Motion technology brought to market an isotropic 3D-printed mold and has been adopted by customers in the automotive, marine and consumer goods sectors. 

This latest industrial 3D printer on the company’s second-generation product line provides access to Massivit’s full set of Dimengel thermoset materials that have until now been available with the company’s Gel Dispensing Printing (GDP) product line. GDP enables custom manufacturing and functional prototyping before going to production. The range of Dimengel materials respond to industry requirements, including flame retardancy and high-definition production. 

Massivit has also announced that it is launching its 2023 corporate rebranding roll out. The rebrand represents a step forward for Massivit, reflecting the company's strategic endeavors to overcome real-world manufacturing needs by offering new, advanced additive manufacturing technologies, the company says. Massivit’s vision is to reportedly transform large-scale manufacturing from traditional processes to digital, high-speed production using industrial-grade materials. 

The company’s rebranding process has incorporated Massivit’s core values, including knowledge sharing with the global manufacturing and additive manufacturing communities, and a commitment to supporting greener manufacturing through waste-free, additive innovation.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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