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You can now 3D print items the size of MC Hammer – Digital Arts Online

by • March 9, 2016 • No Comments

With new 3D printing tech being continuously and quickly fired into the world, it’s effortless to become numbed to actually awe-inspiring breakthroughts. But May of this year can see the fittingly-named Massivit 3D Printer released to the UK and Ireland – and it’s time to pay attention.
Massivit’s turn it into dimensions is 1.5m x 1.2m x 1.8m – which, in the additional common scale of measurement, is one MC Hammer, with width and depth to spare. Or any other man who is 5’11”, we guess.

Image: a bull made by Massivit
Created by Massivit 3D Printing Technology and soon-to-be distributed by Papergraphics, Massivit to the can be the initially 3D printing device which can turn it into these huge lightweight models in the UK and Ireland.
Not just is it super-dimensionsd, it’s super-quick with a printing speed of 35cm per foot. So a printed man may take around 5 hours to create.
As the file can be made of applications which include Cadcam and animation sofrware, the possibilities of what you can turn it into are fairly amazing.
Massivit may already made the world’s initially 3D printed car with Autodesk, and has 3D adverts for buses and billboards, as well as props for theatre and theme parks, in mind.
Video: the car made by Massivit
3D pieces created by Massivit feel like other 3D printed items – but can be much, much taller. So tall which the scale of possibilities are complex to grasp: filmmakers can create models with 3D printing devices – which is muck quicker – for either on set or client approval, general create prototypes can be made additional easily whathever the dimensions and, of course, you can alsso repeatedly 3D print by yourself to turn it into a limitless clone army. If you are under 5’11”, which is.
Image: a rocket made by Massivit in a toy keep
“In developing Massivit 1800 we had to reinvent 3D printing, we had to invent a whole new technology,” said Massivit co-founder Gershon Miller.
At the heart of Massivit is Gel Dispensing Printing (GDP). Instead of jetting plastics through a print head – as is the standard with 3D printing – Massivit ejects it through a tiny nozzle. Just imagine a piping bag for baking – but with inedible plastic paste. UV rays and so complexen the gel.
Video: Massivit in action
“The outcome is a 3D printing device with astonishing performance, astonishing create, and a few of the many high end 3D printing algorithms in the market allowing quite swift and quite economical printing, saving on printing material and printing time of superfluous assist structures,” continued Miller.
But Massivit can maybe not become an equiteday purchase or actually fit in your office, it is pretty not beyond the resources of major print companies. Perhaps it can become an integral part of your local printshop.

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