Arrow Digital has added a Massivit 1500 3D printer at its demo centre in. Massivit 1500 is one of the largest, fastest and most advanced large-format 3D printers in the world, designed for visual communications and it is engineered based on Massivit proprietary GDP (Gel Dispensing Printing) technology that enables instant solidification and high-speed printing. “Massivit 1500 is a solution that will ignite the market in visual communications with large 3D objects. The product has become an eye catcher at our demo center and is attracting all the customers who are visiting us. In India, 3D Technology has never been so huge and creative. We are sure this will bring a revolution and will raise the standards of marketing,” says Sam Patel, Director, Arrow Digital,
The Massivit 1500 is a super-fast large format 3D printer, which is set to transform the way high-level marketing, advertising and themed projects are created. With output speeds incomparable to anything else in the 3D printing industry, the 3D printer can produce high quality 3D pieces up to 54 inch high. Massivit has another popular model available, which is Massivit 1800, designed to produce high quality 3D piece up to 70 inch high. PSPs seeking to dramatically extend their product portfolio beyond 2D printing, now have the access to a profitable new and unique application capability, and an important business differentiator to enhance their competitive edge and secure their future. Sam urges, “Using Massivit 1800, enjoy the freedom to create complex forms, and hollow and internally illuminated objects. Start personalising.” Visitors can see the printer in action at Arrow Digital’s demo centre and create samples for next project.
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