Massivit 3D opens its doors to European demo centre
Massivit 3D Printing Technologies is addressing a rise in sales driven by an EMEA wide surge in interest in 3D printing, with the opening of a new demo centre in Belgium.
In partnership with the company’s successful local dealer, Digital Dot, Massivit 3D is opening the new centre next to Brussels’ main airport to showcase its innovative, large format 3D printing solutions. Located in the cradle of Belgium’s large format 2D printing sector, it is easily accessible with close transport links.
The new demo centre will provide a location for Massivit 3D’s extensive European dealer network to host potential customers who are keen to test out the creative possibilities that large format 3D printing technology delivers. They will be able to investigate the synergistic services that can be developed and added to their existing offering.
The layout of the centre, featuring a reception area, showroom, demo space for exploring applications, and a machine demo area, have all been designed to stimulate visitors’ imagination. Onsite, visitors can experience live 3D printing sessions on both a Massivit 1800 flagship 3D printer and a Massivit 1500 Exploration 3D printer.
CEO Avner Israeli commented, ‘Being closer to our customers and prospects is a priority for us. With this EMEA demo centre, printers will now be able to gain more immediate access to the technology making it easier for them to grasp the prospective growth opportunities available with Massivit 3D large format 3D printing.’
Digital Dot’s COO, Sofie Demeyer, added: ‘We have a longstanding relationship with Massivit 3D and it is an honour for us to have the opportunity to host its EMEA demo centre at our premises. It will help to inspire distributors and customers who are keen to further explore the potential of 3D printing in expanding their existing services or diving into exciting, new markets.’
The new demo centre will be officially opened on 16 January 2019.