Massivit 3D has announced that Academy Award-winning design studio and manufacturing facility, Weta Workshop, has installed a Massivit 1800 3D printer at its Wellington, New Zealand-based premises. The studio is known for its fabrication works done for the chartbuster movies like The Lord of the Rings, Avatar, Hobbit, King Kong, Ghost in the Shell and Blade Runner 2049. The installation of Massivit 1800 was made possible by Massivit 3D’s local Australian and New Zealand distributor, Stick on Signs.
Richard Taylor, Weta Workshop Co-founder, CEO and Creative Director, says, “We manufacture super-sized, hyper-realistic human figures, creatures, vehicles, and other huge props for films and television and have always been on the search for technology that can produce large parts at a high speed. “For 15 years, we have dreamed of a day when a printer would provide super large scale, speed, and build strength at low print costs, in equal measure. The Massivit 1800 has delivered this for us.” He adds that with Massivit 1800, the Weta team has been able to redefine what is creatively possible for our large-scale manufacturing projects. It is a powerful and versatile machine that has transformed the way we work and has supercharged our output. It really is a-dream-come true for them.
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