Looking to explore new possibilities in 3D printing applications for large-scale parts, molds, and prototypes? Massivit’s customer stories reveal that large-scale 3D printing knows no boundaries.

Massivit to Present the Massivit 5000 Industrial 3D Printer and High-Impact Printing Material at IAAPA Expo Europe in Vienna, Austria
As the “Retail Apocalypse” ravages through retail stores worldwide, an unexpected hero may be waiting in the wings. It’s true that online sales are growing, but recent research from Deloitte shows that 90% of worldwide sales still take place in-store.
Imagine reducing production timelines, slashing inventory costs, and creating complex components with ease. These are just a few opportunities the aerospace industry can unlock with the power of large-scale 3D printing technology.
The automotive industry has always been at the forefront of material innovation. From the early days of steel and aluminum to today’s modern materials, it’s a sector that never stops evolving.
Quando si pensa al processo di costruzione di un’imbarcazione, una stampante è l’ultimo strumento che viene in mente di utilizzare. Tuttavia, la rapida innovazione della stampa 3D rende sempre più necessario disporre di una stampante 3D per far fronte alla concorrenza, alla domanda e per mantenere costi competitivi.
Formula racing requires expert engineering combined with experience on the track. Cars must be super lightweight and aerodynamic, so components such as covers (nose, body work), the under tray and wings are often produced with composite materials. Complex curved wings are required that are a challenge to produce in an economical way.
The aftershocks of recent supply chain disruptions still ripple through global industries, prompting manufacturers to rethink their strategies. As companies grapple with the fallout, one thing is clear: adaptability is paramount. Enter the era of industrial robots and workfloor automation, solutions that promise to buffer the effects of these disruptions, thereby ensuring manufacturing continuity.
In this article, we will delve deeper into the relationship between Industry 4.0 and additive manufacturing and explore how this technology is driving innovation and sustainability in the manufacturing sector. We’ll  also discuss the role of academia-industry partnerships in advancing additive manufacturing, the impact of this technology on key industries, and the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
Massivit 3D Printing Technologies (TASE: MSVT), will unveil its Massivit 10000-G for the first time to the North American additive manufacturing market at Rapid + TCT in Chicago.
Massivit 3D Printing Technologies (TASE: MSVT), a leading provider of large-scale additive manufacturing systems, has announced that the company will introduce its groundbreaking Massivit 10000-G to the European composites market at Europe’s most prestigious composite materials tradeshow, JEC World, between April 25-27th.
Electric vehicles (EVs) have gained significant popularity recently due to their efficiency and environmentally-friendly nature. One crucial aspect of EV advancements is the use of composite materials, which can make these vehicles lighter, stronger, and more energy-efficient. Using 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, to create composite parts (or molds for composite parts) provides many advantages to EV makers. With the potential to enable faster market penetration of electric vehicles as a whole, it’s no wonder that 3D printing has taken such a vital role in this revolution.
Forbes interviews CEO Erez Zimerman as part of its Innovation Spotlight featuring game-changing companies and the market challenges they are solving.
In the world of industrial 3D printing, topology optimization has been used as a powerful design tool for many years, enabling designers and engineers to create lighter, stronger, and more efficient structures with the help of additive manufacturing technology. By using mathematical algorithms to determine the optimal shape and layout of a part based on specific performance criteria, topology optimization allows for the creation of complex, organic geometries that would be impossible to produce using traditional manufacturing methods.
Jigs and fixtures are critical components in manufacturing, allowing for accurate and efficient production of parts. Traditionally, jigs and fixtures have been produced using CNC machining or manually welded and assembled, but now 3D printing is emerging as a viable alternative.
The maritime industry is experiencing a transformative shift due to emerging 3D printing technologies. Traditional boat manufacturing processes, marked by significant costs, long lead times, enormous waste, and design limitations, are gradually being displaced by innovative solutions that harness the potential of additive manufacturing.
3D printing, also called additive manufacturing, has revolutionized the manufacturing industry by enabling the production of complex designs in a range of materials.
As the demand for composite parts increases, so does the need for more efficient and cost-effective production solutions. In this blog we will explore why Massivit’s 10000 machine and its additively produced mandrels are ideal for forming composite parts. We will discuss the advantages of our water breakable material, as well as the cost savings that can be realised.
Automotive production has been revolutionized by the integration of 3D printing, or additive manufacturing, into the production process. This innovative technology has allowed companies to cut costs, increase efficiency and improve the end product. In this blog, we will take a closer look at how additive manufacturing is reducing costs for automotive production through specific applications for which this technology is being leveraged.
For CNC service shops, remaining relevant in a highly competitive market is key. In order to stay ahead and meet the growing demands of customers, CNC service shops need to incorporate the latest tools and equipment into their operations. One such tool that is becoming increasingly popular and relevant is a large-scale 3D printer. By adding a large-scale 3D printer to their arsenal, CNC service shops can not only increase their efficiency and cost savings, but also offer a wider range of services to their customers. It’s for these reasons and more that they are augmenting their offering with 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing (AM). 
Additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, is a technology that is rapidly gaining popularity in various industries, including architecture. This innovative method of designing and building physical objects offers architects and builders a new way to approach the design, fabrication, and construction of the built environment. 
Just as quickly as the clock turned from 2022 to 2023, we’re almost 1/2th through this new year. It’s easy to forget how quickly things move, and sometimes it’s also easy to forget just how impactful additive manufacturing (AM) is to our world.
By enabling the production of customized, complex, and lightweight products on demand, 3D printing has the potential to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and enable more sustainable manufacturing processes. 
As we head into 2023, we’ve seen a lot of change already. Additive manufacturing has grown by leaps and bounds, revolutionizing the processes of production, all while reducing its carbon footprint. 
It’s hard to argue how influential the invention of the railroad systems has been across so many industries. From crops to oil to military equipment, railroads have changed the game regarding transporting heavy material over large distances, and changed the way we live our lives along with it.
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