Santa’s Magic

Santa’s Magic

Complexe Desjardins


Composition of festive, luminous decors throughout La Grande-Place, where Santa Claus shares the spotlight with Léon, a trumpeter from both the holiday and musical worlds.

The Christmas display at Complexe Desjardins in Montreal is unique in many ways. First and foremost, it's the world's largest 3D-printed Christmas tree. It took nearly 600 hours of planning and some 2,775 hours of 3D printing to produce all the parts that make up the tree. This tremendous task was made possible through our mastery of the medium and the high production capacity of our 3D printing department.

Task: To create a giant Christmas tree combined with a multimedia show.

Challenge: Finding an approach to integrate lighting.

Our solution: 3D printing enabled us to come up with a highly innovative idea: a 34' tree, 3D printed, transparent, backlit and tied to a multimedia show. Something no one else had ever done before. It's also an almost 100% recyclable piece: even the copper wires used in the light shows can be recycled.


  • Commercial properties


  • 3D printing
  • Artistic Painting
  • Carpentry & Woodworking
  • Creative Design
  • Illumination And Greenery
  • Lighting Design & Technology
  • Powder coating
  • Research & Development
  • Sculpting, Props & Sewing
  • Shipping & Handling
  • Technical drawing
  • Welding

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