The Massivit 1800 3D printer is a top choice for individuals seeking high-speed, efficient, and large-scale printing capabilities. It features its own GDP (Gel Dispensing Printing) technology, which utilizes a UV-sensitive material that hardens when exposed to ultraviolet light. This innovative technique combines the strengths of FDM and SLA printing, resulting in faster printing speeds—a key feature of the company.

Characteristics of the Massivit 1800

In terms of its specifications, the printer offers a generous printing area of 145 cm x 111 cm x 180 cm and can achieve a speed of approximately 35 cm/hour on the Z-axis, with a linear speed of 300 mm/s. Depending on individual requirements, users have the option to use one or two print heads.

The Massivit 1800 employs a specialized material called Dimengel, a translucent white photopolymer. Compared to other products in the market, this printer boasts printing speeds up to 10 times faster. Additionally, it provides control over printing time and gel quantity, along with the convenience of remote print control through a camera and a self-cleaning function.