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Mammoth 3D: Enhance Your Event With 3D Printing

3D printing creates solid, three-dimensional objects from digital files. After reading digital files, a 3D printer begins creating solid objects by layering material until the object is complete. Despite the fact that 3D printing is still a relatively new technology, it has already been used in a variety of other industries to produce customised products. Do you want to bring your concept to life? Let’s take a look at Mammoth 3D.

Mammoth 3D: Let’s Break It Down

Mammoth 3D is in possession of two state of the art printers: the Massivit and Mimaki 3DUJ-553. The large format printer allows us to print any object at any size with the option to print in a variety of substrates.

The newest addition is the Mimaki 3DUJ-553 full-colour printer known as ‘The Raptor’. These impressive 3D printers allow us to complete the most intricate tasks with 100% certainty in the reproduction of the final product.

Massivit 1800 Pro

The Massivit is a unique large-format 3D printer in Australia. It sets the standard in 3D printing, as it is the world's largest and fastest 3D printer, with an internal printing space of 145w x 180h x 111d and a print speed of up to 30cm/second. Some of the key features of this printer are:


Can create up to 1.8m in one print and easily connect parts for unlimited size possibilities.


This 3D printing solution can print any shape with unlimited creative and geometric freedom.


Post printing there is an endless array of different finishing options. We shape, paint, and wrap all models in-house, depending on the desired finish.

Mimaki 3DUJ-553

The Mimaki 3DUJ-553 is our smaller, high-resolution colour 3D printer. It may be smaller, but its ability to print photorealistic objects is unlike any other printer in the world. Here are some of its key features:

A Multitude Of Colours

10 million bright colours are reproduced by layering UV colour inks by utilising the inkjet printing method.

Incomparable Quality

High-resolution printing produces thin layers and ensures a smooth surface.

Mammoth 3D offers a diverse and extensive array of post-finishing finishes, including shaping, painting, and wrapping all models in-house, depending on the desired finish. Models are internally reinforced if necessary, ensuring strength and longevity.

If you would like to learn more about Mammoth 3D, get in touch with the Coleman Group.


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