Massivit 3D Printing Technologies, the leading provider of large format 3D printing solutions, has announced the advent of a disruptive and cost-saving new manufacturing method for concept prototyping exemplified by a full-scale 3D printed concept car unveiled this month at the FAI Exhibition in Paris.

Easier, faster and increasingly complete. Weerg's offer - a platform that offers online CNC and 3D processing entirely Made in Italy - opens in 2019 with the introduction of a new service dedicated to those who order CNC parts and components. In fact, the range of finishes available for aluminium processing has been extended with the introduction of anodizing. This particular treatment consists in the application of a protective layer of about 25 microns that, in addition to the pure aesthetic factor, significantly improves the resistance of the parts to corrosion, wear and abrasion, increases the surface hardness and provides at the same time a moderate thermal insulation. Proposed by Weerg in the black colour, this ennoblement also facilitates the gluing and subsequent application of paints and lubricants.

The new MakerBot Method 3D printer is the very first in a new category of high-performance 3D printers to bridge the gap between industrial and desktop 3D printing. It will be showcased at the Southern Manufacturing Show from 5th-7th February at Farnborough in Hampshire.

Massivit 3D Printing Technologies, the leading provider of large format 3D printing solutions, in partnership with Marie 3D – large format 3D printing specialists– and renowned car designer, Takumi Yamamoto, will unveil the world’s first 3D printed, full-scale concept car. The tribute to David Bowie will be a star attraction at this year’s prestigious Festival Automobile International (FAI) taking place in Paris from January 31 to February 3.

Massivit 3D Printing Technologies, the leading provider of large format 3D printing solutions for visual communication, is addressing a rise in sales driven by an EMEA-wide surge in interest in 3D printing, with the opening of a new demo center in Belgium.

UK-based digital manufacturing service provider, Fluxaxis, has 3D printed two life-size master figures that were integral to a recent ‘Make Blood Cancer Visible’ campaign for pharmaceutical company, Janssen.

Registration is now open for Gulf Print & Pack 2019, the Middle East’s leading trade show for the commercial and package printing sector. Returning to the World Trade Centre in Dubai, many of the industry’s leading manufacturers and a number of first time exhibitors have already seized the opportunity to exhibit at the show.

Massivit 3D, the leading provider of large format 3D printing technology for visual communication and entertainment, has announced that Academy Award®-winning design studio and manufacturing facility, Weta Workshop, has installed a Massivit 1800 3D Printing Solution at its Wellington, New Zealand-based premises.

MakerBot, the pioneer of desktop 3D printing, introduces a new category for the professional segment with the launch of Method, the first performance 3D printer. Performance 3D Printing bridges the gap between desktop and industrial 3D printing by bringing features that were  previously only available on industrial 3D printers to professionals at a significantly lower cost. Method leverages industrial technologies and expertise from Stratasys® (NASDAQ: SSYS) and combines it with the accessibility and ease of use for which MakerBot is known.

Mimaki Engineering Co., Ltd. (Mimaki), headquartered in Nagano Prefecture, Tomi City; President, Kazuaki IKEDA, has announced Mimaki’s participation in the “ADAPT (Additive and Digital Advanced Production Technologies)” consortium launched by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (hereinafter called MIT) as one of the founding members.

Ten months after the first edition of Print4All, the printing community will meet for the 2019 Print4All Conference at Fiera Milano on 21 and 22 March (Sala Martini, ‘Stella Polare’ Conference Centre).

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