Monotech Systems Limited, a Chennai-based company offering all sorts of printing and packing services announced in an official release that it is introducing large scale 3D printing systems from Israel-based Massivit 3D to the Indian market. In a novel approach, the large scale 3D printing system from Massivit 3D will be introduced for the marketing segment where 3D printing is not common compared with other sectors.
By introducing 3D printing technology, the move is believed to revolutionise the world of marketing. Currently, a lot of designs in the marketing world are done manually with foam. The company believes that introducing 3D printing systems in the marketing segment will lead to customisation and localization, a feature crucial in advertising and promotion.
Another advantage of introducing 3D printing systems from Massivit 3D to the world of marketing is that the introduction of 3D printing will also allow creation of products or parts that were not used earlier at all.
The product that Monotech Systems Limited is introducing in the Indian market is the Massivit 1800 – a super-fast large format 3D printer that is expected to transform the way high-level marketing, advertising and themed projects are created.
The Massivit 1800 3D printer works on Massivit’s proprietary Gel Dispensing Printing (GDP) technology and is known to 3D print supersize objects at super-fast speed. This feature of the 3D printer make it ideal for creating 3D displays, which are vastly required for advertising, promotion, high-level marketing and others. The Massivit 1800 3D printer also allows users to personalise or localize objects scan to print, produce illuminated displays and other products.
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Offering details of how the introduction of Massivit 1800 3D printer can benefit the marketing industry, Tej Prakash Jain, Managing Director of Monotech Systems said in the statemen, “For print providers, the Massivit 1800 dramatically enhances the ability to create eye-catching added-value visual communications that better engage target audiences. With recent studies suggesting that 3D advertising has five times the stopping power and four times the staying power of 2D advertising, it is clear why this is the technology for sign and display applications”.
“We are already a leading manufacturer of signage machineries over 1500+ installations and it will be our pleasure to offer something unique to our customers apart from regular products. We are happy to be associated with Massivit THE 3D printing solution for print providers, which is developed by people who have dedicated their careers to delivering market leading large format digital printing equipment,” Jain concluded.
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