FULL SIZE PROTOTYPES, MOCKUPS & MOLDS
IN DAYS, NOT WEEKS
Produce fast and cost-effective large prototypes, mockups, and tooling with breakthrough additive manufacturing technology.
Scale One at Lightning Speed
Dramatically shorten your workflow and time to market.
A NEW ERA IN ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
AUTOMOTIVE | MARINE | AEROSPACE | ARCHITECTURE | FURNITURE | EDUCATION
Image Credits: Computer chassis 3D printed by Sid Installation Art, commissioned/designed by InWin Inc.
Until now, there has been a recognized market gap when it comes to cost-effective production of full-scale, industrial prototypes, mockups 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, mockups and tooling based on pioneering photo polymeric technology.
Produce large, single parts, up to 6 feet (1.8 meters) within hours
Digital Accuracy, Size, Quality, Speed :
- Mega-volume fabrication eradicates the need to assemble multiple small parts
- Variable Resolution allows you to control and combine optimum quality and strength
- Create multiple iterations in no time, cutting down your workflow
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
Takumi Yamamoto, renowned designer of the GT by Citroen, unveils the world’s first 3D printed scale concept car, produced on a Massivit 1800 by Marie 3D. Commissioned by the prestigious Festival Automobile International in Paris, FAI President Rémi Depoix said: “I am very impressed with this new technology. It opens up new opportunities in terms of creativity and design for the automotive industry.”