The Future of 3D Printing - Invented in Israel

Learn how Israel is revolutionizing large-scale 3D printing, in technology that may one day rapidly print airplane parts.

Yoni Kempinski ,

Massivit 3D
Massivit 3D
Yoni Kempinski

The field of 3D printing has taken the world by storm but is still relatively new, and perhaps unsurprisingly Israelis are leading the way in pioneering the future of this exciting technology.

Arutz Sheva got the chance to talk with Yair Zadik, chairman of Massivit 3D which has revolutionized 3D printing and taken it to massive scales previously unknown, thanks to patented revolutionary techniques.

Zadik explained that going large is a natural progression for 3D printing, in the same way that digital 2D printing began introducing wide-scale printing to the point where it was possible to print on houses.

Thanks to its unique gel-based materials that solidify instantaneously in UV light, Massivit 3D can use its rapid printing to create huge objects, and its services are already sought in publications, modeling and public relations applications.

What's next? According to Zadik, the technology will be used to create chairs and other engineering-related creations, and in the near future it will even be used to produce large portions of vehicle and even airplanes, bringing science fiction to life.

Massivit 3D uses a special Gel Dispensed Printing (GDP), which is unique among 3D printing companies. This large-scale rapid printing can allow the production of a sculpture of a full-sized human being in just five hours, and the printer can simultaneously be printing another object in parallel.