Massivit 3D Printing Technologies announced the completion of its Massivit 1800 3D printer installation at Carisma Large Format Printing in Brooklyn, New York.
Massivit 1800, a super-fast super-sized 3D printer is set to transform the way special marketing, advertising & themed environments are created. With output speeds incomparable to anything else in the 3D printing industry.
3D in use in advertising
Carisma specialises in implementing one of a kind advertising campaigns, many of which are on double decker buses across America. Primarily wrapping buses in vinyl graphics, Carisma will now put the Massivit 1800 printer to work in order to enhance this service. From now on, Carisma will be able to add another dimension to its designs, making their customers’ campaigns memorable and way more appealing.
“We are happy to see how a print service provider like Carisma is putting the Massivit 1800 to work in the advertising world, and by doing this will expand its envelope of performances to new applications and in new ways” says Avner Israeli Massivit 3D CEO. “The team at Carisma has, as their name suggests, a lot of charisma and is driving the industry to great heights. 3 Dimensional advertisements on buses, no doubt, are going to be a big hit”.
Moshe Gil, Carisma owner & CEO explains “As always, I was looking for the next big thing, for a technology edge that can help me bring something different to my customers. That can let me help my customers in creating memorable and noticeable advertising. We were the first to put LED screens on buses for advertising, we are one of the first who printed to lenticular lenses and placed them on buses and now we will be the first to have 3D on buses.” And he continues and notes “I visited Massivit in Israel and saw their system in action – it was magic. I immediately knew, this is what I need for my customers. 3D printing is definitely the future and I wanted to be the first who steps into this future. I am thrilled that Carisma will be the first in the Western Hemisphere to offer this technology.”