Pictographics buys Massivit 1800 3D printer
US-based sign and display print company Pictographics has installed a Massivit 1800 3D printer to bolster its reputation for pioneering new technologies.
Massivit 3D Printing Technologies announced that sign and display print business, Pictographics has installed a Massivit 1800 3D Printing Solution to drive sales for new, innovative 3D visual communication projects and set it apart from the competition.
Based in Las Vegas, the family-run, boutique print service provider also expects the latest addition to support growth of its existing 2D sign & display offering. With a long-standing reputation for pioneering new technologies, Pictographics’ production site now includes eight distinct printing technologies plus a varied array of CNC machines. The Massivit 1800 adds a new, creative dimension to this multi-faceted company and its team.
“With a diverse customer-base covering many different market sectors, we often receive requests for custom jobs. As such, we need an array of production equipment at our disposal as well as a team that can think outside of the box when it comes to delivering the end-product,” commented Pictographics CEO and president Craig M. Miller.
“With the capability to 3D print attention-grabbing display projects, the Massivit 1800 will significantly strengthen our applications offering, unlock new business opportunities and enhance our competitive edge. The system has been easy to integrate into our production site and the impact it will have will be, well… massive,” he addded.
The capabilities of the Massivit 1800 are already drawing both prospects and existing customers to the business. Miller and his team are sure that the excitement created by the new 3D applications will also generate interest in the company’s market-leading 2D prints, increasing sales volumes for the entire product portfolio.
The Massivit 1800 applications can also be finished using 2D printing technology and 3D routing, producing yet more revenue back to the company’s core print business.
“Our goal has always been to make our customer’s company, brand and products stand out from the crowd,” continued Miller. “The Massivit 1800 gives us a very powerful tool to continue to accomplish that goal and maintain our reputation as early adopters of truly ground-breaking technology.”
Massivit 3D CEO Avner Israeli concluded: “We are delighted that Pictographics has selected the Massivit 1800 3D printing solution to help realise its business objectives and we look forward to a close collaboration with them to ensure its success."
“Thanks to the wide-ranging opportunities it delivers, we are witnessing more and more companies turn to this technology to elevate their applications offering, drive profitable growth and future-proof their business.”
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