ORLANDO, FL – Massivit 3D will be sharing creative business insight on how to drive successful large format 3D print production at its latest customer open house targeting scenic fabricators.
The event will be staged by Bungalow Scenic Studios in Orlando, Florida (3601 Silver Star Rd, Orlando, FL 32808). The company offers state of the art scenic solutions for corporate and themed events created for and adapted to each of their clients’ very specific requirements.
During the day, live demonstrations will highlight the ability:
- -to speed up the production of props, movie and theater sets with mega-format 3D printing
- -to create any complex shape or under cut for giant props
- -to create scenic elements with no limitations on size in a very short period of time.
Visitors will learn how they can shift their production capacity up through the gears as Massivit 3D technology shortens creation time from weeks to days.
Bungalow Scenic Studios recently installed a large-scale 3D printer, the first of it’s kind in the United States, shipped from Israel. The Massivit 1800 Pro is capable of printing 4.5’x5.5’x6’ and is cured with a proprietary UV cured polymeric acrylic gel which ensures durability and toughness. The Mega Quality resolution allows users to predetermine resolutions for cost efficiency and strength.
Bungalow Scenic Studios opened their doors in 2011 as a corporate design and scenic fabrication company with 8 employees. Since then the company has grown to nearly 100 employees in a 96,001 square foot facility; soon to add 50,000 square feet to the existing building that sits on 10 acres of land. Owned by Colin Murphy, President, and Mark Gentry, Vice President, Bungalow looks for innovative ways ensure the final result of their projects is delivered in the most cost effective and timely manner, without compromising quality and show set standards. “This machine is just one of many in our arsenal of tools. It allows us to combine various design methods and scenic solutions to produce the best show for our clients.” said Colin Murphy.