Brooklyn, NY — FEBRUARY 19, 2018 — Voodoo Manufacturing (www.voodoomfg.com), one of the largest high-volume 3D printing factories in the world, today introduced Large Format 3D Printing, a new service that will enable customers to 3D print on a larger scale. To launch and support this service, the factory has added 10 Raise3D N2 Plus Printers, which are leading FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) 3D printers capable of producing high-quality parts in a variety of materials.
Prior to this launch, Voodoo’s standard printing supported individual parts with dimensions up to 285 x 153 x 155mm, but now customers can 3D print individual parts with dimensions up to 300 x 300 x 600mm. For example, a custom mannequin of a 6-foot tall person would have previously needed to be made of approximately 90 individual pieces with a 2-3 hour assembly time. Now, with Large Format 3D Printing, the same mannequin can be made in only 20 parts and assembled in just 30 minutes.
“We hope that providing our customers the ability to manufacture large parts will enable new applications for our service that weren’t possible before,” said Jonathan Schwartz, co-founder and Chief Product Officer at Voodoo Manufacturing. “With this launch, we want to attract new customers, but also provide existing customers with yet another reason to keep coming back to Voodoo!”
Large Format 3D Printing is an ideal service for customers looking to 3D print architectural models, custom signs and product displays, custom mannequins, component housings, furniture prototypes, and any other large parts that benefit from being made in a single piece. The 3D printing company is also offering a 5-day turnaround for Large Format production, bringing ideas and products to market faster with higher quality.