A new Mimaki 3DGD-1800 3D printer boasts ground-breaking production speeds to transform production of large-sized objects, opening up a wide range of new possible applications across industries from sign and display to manufacturing.
It is clearly made by Massivit of Israel but, when combined with Mimaki’s range of 2D wide format printers, offers major advantages. Mimaki’s new 3DGD-1800 large-scale 3D printer announce in Europe Mimaki Europe has announced the launch of the new Mimaki 3DGD-1800 3D printer, facilitating large-scale production up to three times faster than with conventional Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) type 3D printers.
The Mimaki 3DGD-1800 3D printer connects the company’s 2D printing expertise and 3D technology innovations, providing customers with a cost-effective, total solution for 3D sign and display applications. Capable of producing objects up to 1.8 metres high in just seven hours – with its assembly-based design allowing for the creation of even larger designs […]
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