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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.

As yacht designs advance to incorporate stunning, intricate geometries, traditional boatbuilding methods present significant challenges. Read this case study to discover how industrial 3D printers can provide custom manufacturing for super yachts at extraordinarily high speeds.
The marine industry is poised for significant growth, particularly in ship and boat building and repairing, reaching $284.22 billion in 2023. Projections indicate a further increase to $303.65 billion in 2024, reflecting a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.8 percent.
The pursuit of more advanced vessels has driven innovation in boat building, leading to the development of a range of new manufacturing techniques, alternative construction methods, and materials. These groundbreaking advancements are shaping the future of the industry, paving the way for the efficient creation of elegant yachts, ships, catamarans, and vessels that navigate the world’s oceans.
At the forefront of boatbuilding innovation are advanced materials that push the boundaries of performance and design. Following our first blog exploring commonly used boatbuilding materials, we delve into more advanced materials, their unique properties and their transformative impact on boat construction.
LOD, Israel, January 2nd, 2024 — Massivit 3D Printing Technologies (TASE: MSVT), a leading provider of industrial 3D printing systems, has received an order from Walt Disney Imagineering for the purchase of a Massivit 10000-G, the most advanced of Massivit’s 3D printers.
How National Geographic Museum employs large-scale 3D printing to transport its visitors back into Tutankhamun’s time. This extraordinary experiential exhibit is touring cities across Mexico and the USA
The evolution of boat-building techniques is a testament to human ingenuity and the relentless pursuit of better ways to navigate the world’s oceans. From the humble dugout canoe to the sleek carbon fiber racing yacht, each advancement has pushed the boundaries of what is possible. Over centuries, boat construction has undergone a remarkable transformation, evolving from rudimentary crafts made from natural materials to sophisticated vessels incorporating the latest technological advancements. This 3-part boatbuilding blog delves into the latest techniques and materials boat builders use for contemporary boat manufacturing.
At IAAPA – the largest trade show for the attractions industry – Massivit will demonstrate its CIM 84 material that provides high-speed printing for themed experiences, now with ASTM E84 Fire and Safety Regulations compliance.
ACE award granted at CAMX 2023 tradeshow marks the third award acknowledging Massivit’s disruptive Cast In Motion additive manufacturing product line.
A wide range of high-speed composites tooling and custom manufacturing applications will be on show for Formnext attendees including industrial, large-scale epoxy molds, master tools, jigs, fixtures, functional prototypes, and composite end parts.
CAMX visitors at the Atlanta, GE show will have the opportunity to see the Massivit 10000-G high-speed additive manufacturing system printing a range of industrial custom molds, end parts, master tools, jigs, fixtures, and prototypes throughout the show.
Massivit to Introduce the Massivit 10000-G Additive Manufacturing System to the Maritime Manufacturing Market at the IBEX 2023 Marine Technology Tradeshow in Tampa, Florida on October 3-5
Massivit to Present the Massivit 5000 Industrial 3D Printer and High-Impact Printing Material at IAAPA Expo Europe in Vienna, Austria
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.
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