Massivit is a well-known manufacturer of 3D machines capable of printing large-format parts at high speeds. They have patented the Gel Dispensing Printing (GDP) and Cast in Motion (CIM) technologies.

The Features of the Massivit 5000 Printer

The Massivit 5000 is an industrial 3D printer that utilizes Gel Dispensing Printing (GDP) technology, which involves rapidly polymerizing gel as it is deposited on the print bed. With its printing volume of 1450 x 1110 x 1800 mm, it enables the printing of large, complex parts at a speed that is claimed to be 30 times faster than other technologies. The printer is capable of producing lightweight composite parts while minimizing waste generation. The Massivit range printers have two print heads, each capable of handling a different material. File preparation is automated. The Massivit 5000 model offers a maximum precision of 800 micrometers, while the Massivit 5000-MAX provides 500 micrometers, but users have the option to choose lower precision for faster printing, depending on the specific use cases.

These printers are compatible with a wide range of materials, also manufactured by Massivit, designed to meet various specific industrial requirements such as fire resistance, impact resistance, or transparency. The Massivit 5000 range enables the printing of tools, final parts, and functional prototypes, catering to industries such as automotive, education and research, architecture, set designs for the entertainment industry, visual communication, as well as marine and railway sectors.