PROJECT Stories

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3D printed campaigns, exhibitions, entertainment sets and interior décor? Massivit 3D customer stories reveal that large format 3D printing knows no boundaries.

Colorzenith: High Speed and Size – Only Massivit 3D

CEO, Aldo Neri, talks about why Italy-based wide format printing house Colorzenith decided to adopt large format 3D printing into its business: “Our decision was geared towards the market. Only Massivit 3D can offer such large sizes coupled with high speed.” From in-shop window displays to giant flying stage...

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Throne of Fries by EclipseCorp

Ohio-based Eclipse Corp 3D-printed this Throne of Fries on their Massivit 1800. Amazing! Engaging. Delicious!?!  

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METROPOLE: How large format 3D printing helped us grow

METROPOLE, the experts in large format digital printing, introduced 3D printing. Now they can accept more projects and have 40 jobs on the table. Watch the interview.  

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Karl Lagerfeld & ModelCO Flash Mob Launch with 3D Printed Helmets

Watch this stunning product launch flash mob scene in the heart of Paris, France. Captivating crowds with a spontaneous and surreal performance, this guerilla marketing stunt reveals the inherent magic of large format 3D printing – customized helmets 3D printed on a Massivit 1800 that perfectly replicate Karl Lagerfeld...

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Vedant’s Magic Wheelchair

Massivit 3D teamed up with Magic Wheelchair ‒ a non-profit organization dedicated to building costumes for children in wheelchairs ‒ to provide 13-year old, Vedant Singhania, with his giant 3D printed Star Wars X-Wing fighter. Vedant paraded the streets of San Diego in his X-Wing, causing a jaw-dropping effect...

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La Scala Flying Car

La Scala production of “Don Pasquale”, featuring a life-size 4-meter (13-foot) vintage car, 3D printed by Italy-based Colorzenith. Director Davide Livermore and Set Designers Giò Forma were determined to incorporate this scenic prop for their iconic 1950’s scene, however given the weight restrictions and a tight deadline, “…it was...

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3-Meter Tall Triceratops 3D Printed by METROPOLE Stops Commuters in their Path

Ultra-realistic 3m-tall dinosaur, 3D printed on the Massivit 1800 large format 3D printer by METROPOLE is wow-ing French train commuters at the Gare d’Austerlitz railway station. Produced in just 2 days, this full-sized creature is compelling them to touch and feel its scales and share selfies galore. The combined...

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SkiDeal – Dancing with Customers for Viral Impact

SkiDeal CEO, Ronen Katz, was looking for a spectacular new way to connect his customers with the SkiDeal brand, and wanted to go viral. Giant, 3D printed themed event props (Ski Boot, goggles, snowboard..) rocked the party atmosphere all week and had customers literally dancing and climbing into the...

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[French] Embarquez dans la 3D avec Metropole & Corto Maltese

On the occasion of the exhibition “Corto Maltese, 50 years of adventures” at the Gare de Paris Austerlitz, our customer METROPOLE prints for the first time the emblematic figure in 3D large format with the Massivit 1800!  

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The Competitive Edge in a Transient PSP Market

Craig M. Miller, President and CEO of Las Vegas- based print business Pictographics, acquired the Massivit 1800 large format 3D printing solution in 2017, enabling him to expand his offering into new markets with tangible results, and to attract more business for his existing 2D printing services due to...

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Macy’s 3D Printed Flamingo

They work with a variety of materials to fabricate numerous systems of display formats, high-quality visual props, digital graphics, dimensional letters, illuminated accents, special signage and branding décor. Recently, Big Apple purchased the Massivit 1800 large format 3D printer, and immediately set out to work to produce that ‘wow’...

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Eyal Gever: CLEANSING

Eyal Gever is a cutting-edge contemporary artist whose work sits at the fusion of art and technology.  Using just a palette of code, he develops life-like digital simulations of moments in time, often dramatic or catastrophic in nature, from which he fabricates visual and 3D-printed sculptures and installations. Eyal...

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Re-creating History At The Speed Of 3D Printing

Israel Railways corporation is a heritage that stretches back almost a century. Mathov Design, Ltd. specializes in design, development, production and maintenance of various products related to product development, industrial design, as well as the making of models for museums and visitor centers, etc. Re-creating History At The Speed...

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Larger Than Life 3D Printed Greek Statue

Larger Than Life Greek Statue The Greek model was printed in sections comprising of legs, torso, head, hands, robe edge and shield. This allowed more structureless printing, which is quicker, easier to handle and finish. The largest single component on this model being 1,600 mm/5.2 ft. tall. The team...

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Trade Show Booth with 3D Elements Draws Attention

Massivit 3D created a trade show booth with 3D elements and it drew a lot of attention. Massivit 3D made its first appearance at Drupa 2016. Drupa considered to be the ‘Olympics of the printing industry’ – a huge milestone for the industry, held every four years. The exhibition...

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3D Printed Snail Provides A Personalized Rehabilitation Aid

ALYN Woldenberg Family Hospital is Israel’s only pediatric and adolescent rehabilitation facility. ALYN treats children with a wide range of congenital and acquired conditions including cerebral palsy, neuromuscular diseases, spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, burns, terror and motor vehicle accident victims. 3D Printed Snail Provides a Personalized Rehabilitation Aid...

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Creating A 3D Printed Selfie Point

To promote a new airport app, 3D printing  bridges the digital world with the real world – with a 3D printed selfie point. Tel-Aviv’s international airport named after Mr. Ben-Gurion, Israel’s first prime minister, promoted a new application – Ben- Gurion Digital, a platform facilitating home check-in and other...

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3 Reasons To Go GIANT 3D

Fast production With a vertical speed of up to 350 mm/13.7 inc. per hour it can dramatically speed up production time compared to traditional methods. It can also print multiple individual pieces up to 1.8m, which the fabrication team can bond together and create more complex bespoke models. Do...

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Add a fun dimension to your events like Bridge by Coca Cola

Bridge by Coca Cola Opens Its New Startup Facility In Style “Bridge by Coca Cola”, a startup accelerator program run by Coca Cola, was about to launch its chic new facilities in the trendy Rothschild Boulevard in downtown Tel Aviv, and the second year of its program. Add A...

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One of a kind bus shelter

Creating one of a kind outstanding bus shelter wraps. Just outside the Las Vegas Convention center, during the SGIA 2016 exhibition – you will see first hand the power of 3D print used in advertising. While Las Vegas does not have a beach, three Octopuses have come to visit...

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3D printed sculptures for a luxury hotel

E.S. Digital is a leading 2D printing house specializing in wide format digital printing and signage. An ambitious, forward-thinking company, E.S. Digital sees large format 3D printing as an exciting new phase in the evolution of its business, and the company has been keen to lead the field! In...

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Branding a retail store with 3D elements

Branding A Retail Store With 3D Elements “Little Switzerland” is an up-and-coming chain of chocolate shops in Israel. Its model involves importing chocolate and candies direct from global manufacturers and selling them to consumers at discounted prices relative to the large supermarket chains. Thanks to rapid expansion and the...

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Bus wrap thermoforming, powered by 3D printing

The Angry Birds Movie, a 3D computer-animated action comedy film, animated by Sony Pictures, was released in the United States on May, 2016, and grossed over $350 million. In conjunction with the film, Sony launched a cross-media campaign, that included a panoply of marketing deals with companies such as...

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World’s First 3D Printed Pop-up Store

OMUS (now SEEN Technology), a specialty 3D print provider in Australia and an early adopter of Massivit 3D’s technology, established itself as a pioneer of large format 3D printing within the retail, staging, events and architectural design arenas. SEEN Technology received a request on behalf of Louis Vuitton’s design...

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The 3D Printed Glider

Engineers come up with creative ideas from all different day to day events. This idea of a glider was no exception. It was born in the Engineering Center’s dining room at the Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI). IAI is a globally recognized leader in the delivery of state-of-the-art systems for...

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Silence Of The Sharks

SILENCE OF THE SHARKS is a global underwater campaign against shark hunting, initiated by producer David Pilosof in cooperation with shark conservation organizations worldwide. The campaign is composed of a series of mass dives held in many different countries around the world. Each dive is an underwater protest hosting...

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