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Israeli-based 3D printer maker Massivit 3D will unveil its latest Massivit 3D 10000 printer during JEC World 2022. JEC World 2022 event in Paris The event will run from May 3 to 5.

Based on the firm’s latest-generation Cast-In-Motion (CIM) process The large-format printer is specifically designed to print huge molds that are made from composite materials. It boasts a huge capacity of 1200 x 1500 and 1650mm, this printer is the largest Massivit has produced to date.

The machine’s goal is to streamline and automate the majority of procedures involved in traditional composites production, eliminating the bottlenecks that arise from cost, speed, material waste, and the requirement to use manual labour. Massivit 10000 Massivit 10000 ( is reportedly suitable for 3D printing molds, masters mandrels, as well as prototypes for industries like rail, marine, automotive and defense, aerospace sports goods, and furniture.

Erez Zimerman, CEO of Massivit 3D, said, “We are eagerly awaiting this historic event that marks an important company milestone and bringing innovation to the manufacturing of composites. The tooling industry for composites has been stifled for a long time by outdated processes and technology. It’s time to enable the digital revolution in this space and we’re excited to bring our know-how as well as expertise and creativity to the table for this goal.”

3D printing can be sized using Massivit

Established in 2013, and headquartered at Lod, Israel, Massivit 3D is among the major actors in the huge-format 3D printing market. The company has made a name by introducing its exclusive Gel Dispensing Printer (GDP) technology that is a combination of FFF and the material jetting. The process involves extruding photopolymer-based gels at high speeds and then creating solid layers using ultraviolet light.

The Massivit product range is comprised of Massivit 1800, which is Massivit 1800 model, which comes with two or one printhead. It has the build volume of 1450 x 1110x 1800mm and speeds of print of up to 300mm/s.

In the past year, the company also unveiled it’s 3D printing machine, the Massivit 5000. The printer is targeted at both companies and service providers looking for large-scale production of photopolymer parts for various industries like marine, automotive and railways The machine is also equipped with a the capacity of 1450x1110x 1800mm, and an upgraded automated monitoring system for printing.

The Massivit 10000

Massivit’s latest second-generation Cast in Motion process, which forms the core for the Massivit 10000 and is the next step in Gel Dispensing Printing. According to the company it enables users to cut down the composite tooling workflow from 19 steps to four steps.

How can it be done? The tool pattern is 3D printed using a sacrificial UV-curable gel. This pattern then gets filled with any of the thermoset engineering materials. The material is determined by the desired thermal and mechanical properties. In the end, the 3D printed device is submerged in water, and the pattern that was sacrificial breaks leaving behind an enormous isotropic mold. With the ability to direct print their molds in this way and eliminate the requirement of making the initial master or plug.

According to the company, its method reduces the lead time by up to 80%. It also reduces the cost of labor to 90% and dramatically reduces inventory and material waste. This also guarantees that mold makers use casting materials that have extremely reliable properties, a high deflection temperature for heat and the lowest coefficient of thermal expansion.

Casting between the walls of the sacrifice using the 10000. Photograph by Massivit 3D.
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