Massivit 3D Printing Technologies (Lod, Israel) announced the new Massivit 1800 Pro, a 3D printer that offers new features including patented Variable Resolution, advanced optimizing durability and resolution, and a remote-operation options to significantly enhance operation efficiency and convenience, according to a statement by Massivit. The 1800 Pro will be presented for the first time in the US at an open house event that will take place in Las Vegas on April 24 and 25 at Pictographics, a Massivit 3D customer.
The Massivit 1800 Pro brings to the market a patented Variable Resolution capability that can be predefined via the printer’s Massivit SMART Pro software to allow a change of print mode (resolution level and layer thickness) on-the-fly during the printing of a model, according to the varying requirements of different model sections. In addition, a new Mega Quality resolution mode allows for faster, high-quality printing of large objects,optimizing gel consumption and printing time. These two new features enable a more cost-effective production process.
Designed to serve the visual communication, entertainment, concept prototyping, and interior design arenas, the Massivit 1800 Pro 3D Printer produces super-sized signage, displays, and props at high speed and high resolution.
For more information about, or to reserve a place at the open house event at Pictographics on April 24 or 25 at 4.30 p.m. either day, contact Ingrid Van Loocke at [email protected].
For more information, visit massivit3D.com.
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