24 Massive 3D Printed Replicas of Massively Popular Manga Characters

As I’ve mentioned before, 3D printing is a great way to bring part of your favorite fandom to life. There are some people who are fans of the Stars Wars…

Weta Workshop Acquires Massivit 3D Printer for Creation of Giant 3D Printed Movie Props

Massivit 3D, as its name suggests, is known for its massive 3D printers, and they’ve traveled around the world and participated in some truly fascinating projects, such as the restoration…

3D Printing Expansions Across the World: HP, Massivit 3D, Markforged Further Distribute Their Technology

HP‘s Multi Jet Fusion technology has been well-traveled lately, spreading around the world to the United Kingdom, to India and elsewhere. Now Multi Jet Fusion is making its way to…

Guadalajara’s Festival of Lights Graced by Moti Digital’s Giant 3D Printed Skeleton

While the Day of the Dead has always been somewhat familiar to Americans, it has never been more so than since the release of the Oscar-winning movie Coco. Never have…

3D Printing Startup Fluxaxis Launches Along with Competition Seeking Artist in Residence

As the 3D printing industry continues to expand, 3D printing service bureaus are becoming not only more numerous but more specific, catering to certain markets in particular. The latest such…

Louis Vuitton Pop-Up Shop 3D Printed in Two Weeks Thanks to OMUS and Massivit 3D

Few company names are more transparent than Massivit 3D. The Israeli company manufactures massive 3D printers that produce massive things, so if any company was going to be enlisted to…

Going Big at drupa: Düsseldorf Visitors to See First Public Demo of Massivit 3D 1800 3D Printer

Three letters come to mind when we hear of the Massivit 3D 1800 printer: BIG. It’s safe to say the name probably belies this already, allowing for a printer that isn’t…

Massivit’s Big 3D Printing Technology Gets Bigger in the Big Apple

Israel-based Massivit, a young company specialising in ultra-fast, ultra large 3D printing for visual merchandising, has a good lead in this new, rapidly growing area of interest for 3D printing. Massivit is now exporting its proprietary GDP (Gel Deposition Printing) technology to the US through a distribution dealigned with NYC based Carisma.


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