Massivit 3D Printing Unveils Game-Changing Massivit 10000-G at Rapid + TCT: Revolutionizing Composite Manufacturing in North America

Massivit 3D Printing Unveils Game-Changing Massivit 10000-G at Rapid + TCT: Revolutionizing Composite Manufacturing in North America缩略图

Massivit 3D Printing Technologies (TASE: MSVT) is set to introduce its revolutionary Massivit 10000-G to the North American additive manufacturing market at Rapid + TCT in Chicago. The system, designed to automate production for composite materials manufacturing, aims to address bottlenecks in mold production and offer a comprehensive range of large-scale custom manufacturing applications. Attendees at Booth #2924 during the May 2-4, 2023, event in Chicago will witness live demonstrations of the Massivit 10000-G, along with numerous examples of printed components and molds.

Erez Zimerman, CEO of Massivit, expressed enthusiasm about presenting the new game-changing 10000-G to the North American additive manufacturing sector. Following the successful launch of the award-winning 10000 additive system last year, the company has expanded its capabilities to directly print industrial molds for composites and create complex custom end parts—all within one system, marking a significant milestone for the manufacturing market.

The 10000-G is the latest addition to Massivit’s Cast In Motion product line, focusing on automating mold production for composite manufacturing and offering an extensive range of applications for large-scale custom manufacturing. It facilitates the digital production of complex molds, mandrels, master tools, jigs, and fixtures, drastically accelerating composite materials production by casting industrial molds 80 percent faster than conventional processes.

The 10000-G supports various digital tooling processes, such as molding for thermoforming, resin transfer molding, and reaction injection molding. Massivit’s high-performance, epoxy-based casting material provides true isotropy, ensuring uniform strength and hardness in all directions at elevated temperatures—a unique feature compared to existing additive tooling technologies on the market. Traditionally, molding processes for composites relied on steel or aluminum, incurring high costs, long lead times, and substantial material waste.

Additionally, the Massivit 10000-G boasts integrated Gel Dispensing Printing (GDP) capabilities, offering a wide range of additive manufacturing and custom composite manufacturing applications. Visitors to the Rapid + TCT show in Chicago can book live demonstrations of the Massivit 10000-G, where they will have the opportunity to handle printed molds and components straight off the system and obtain technical information from the Massivit 3D Printing team at Booth #2924.

Massivit’s GDP technology, adopted in forty countries, facilitates the rapid production of full-scale end parts and functional prototypes for various industries. The addition of GDP capabilities to the 10000-G system expands the possibility of producing flame-retardant, impact-resistant, high-definition, or transparent parts.

Zimerman concluded by emphasizing Massivit’s objective to automate areas of industrial production that traditionally required time-consuming and costly skilled manual intervention. With the 10000-G machine, the company aims to disrupt the future production of composite parts and components.