The additive manufacturing business of Mimaki has been tangled with Israel technologies from the beginning. The Japanese firm is the leading firm in full format 3D inkjet technology quite like most of the companies included in the development of firms such as Objet, which afterward changed to Stratasys.
After the launch of the only unimaginable material spouting choice for Stratasys full-color additive manufacturing, now Mimaki Europe sealed an OEM agreement with another Israel firm, Massivit. They are launching a novel Mimaki 3DGD-1800 full format, high-speed 3D printer. Massivit’s founders came from the Objet crew.
Although the action means a bit more than Mimaki including its individual branding to the 1800 3D printer by Massivit, it does have notable business implications. This is because it initiates big international distributive chain for Israel company and its extremely exceptional additive manufacturing procedure which is suitable for rapidly manufacturing really big 3-dimensional visual marketing presentations and props.
This additive manufacturing system has the ability to produce objects up to 1.8 meters tall in just 7 hours assembly-based form enabling the production of even bigger designs. The groundbreaking additive manufacturing system possesses several clever time and affordable features. This includes a double head arrangement to allow for the concurrent output of two formations.
Also, the Mimaki 3DGD-1800 promotes the manufacturing of support-free channeled arrangements, further streamlining manufacturing whilst enabling for enhanced portability and the potential increase of interior lightings. The technology will start a different variety of possible applications, from signage, exhibitions and artistic design through to interior art.
Additionally, clients can obtain Mimaki’s broad selection of 2D print solutions to affordably beautify these processes, unlocking doors to a variety of fresh products that mix creativity and discovery with Mimaki’s tested and examined vibrant, high-quality outcomes.
“Part of what makes our approach unique here at Mimaki is our dedication to being a Total Solutions Provider, and as such we have ensured that even beyond the 3D printing stage, our Mimaki inkjet printers can then be utilized to add color and décor, making created objects even more impressive and immensely versatile,” said the Senior Product Manager at Mimaki Europe, Bert Benckhuysen.
“With our unique vision, a wealth of experience from across the print industry and unwavering commitment to innovation, we intend to lead the sign graphics industry in both two- and three-dimensional signages – and the introduction of the new Mimaki 3DGD-1800 is a fantastic step forward in achieving this goal.”
This new 3DGD-1800 3D printer is anticipated to offer sign creators with new openings around several different industries, with the possibility to effortlessly make life-sized displays, movie props, event decorations, big product mockups and more. Also, it is expected to rapidly quickly and efficiently making technical production pieces like molds for vacuum creation, assisting producers to lessen their lead times