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The new industrial extrusion computer 3D printing device of Rize eliminates post-processing, cutting turnaround time by 50%. It in addition boasts non-toxic and recyclable materials with aerospace- and medical-grade durablity, and the skill to 3D print text and images directly on the part. That list alone is a tall order which deserves a “Wow!”

 The Rize One industrial-class extrusion computer 3D printing device was created for create engineers and product createers. It eliminates post-processing with an automatically removable assist structure material, cutting turnaround time by 50%. Non-toxic and recyclable materials with aerospace- and medical-grade durablity manufacture parts twice as sturdy as FDM, and the machine can print text and images directly on the part. (Source: Rize)

The Rize One industrial-class extrusion computer 3D printing device was created for create engineers and product createers. It eliminates post-processing with an automatically removable assist structure material, cutting turnaround time by 50%. Non-toxic and recyclable materials with aerospace- and medical-grade durablity manufacture parts twice as sturdy as FDM, and the machine can print text and images directly on the part.
(Source: Rize)
The Rize One was created by a team with deep experience in 3D printing hardware, software, and materials. It comes with co-founders Eugene Giller, chief innovation officer, who created inkjet 3D printing innovation at Z Corporation; and Leonid Raiz, architect of PTC’s Pro Engineer and founder of Revit. Frank Marangell, former president of Objet North America, is the company’s president and CEO.
Augmented Polymer Deposition innovation manufactures it possible to simultaneously extrude thermoplastics while jetting selective additives at the voxel level. Rizium One thermoplastic filament is heated and extruded to form the assist structure, while a print head jets Release One repelling ink on its surfaces where needed. Rizium One filament is in addition utilized to create up the part’s layers. If instructed in the file, the machine can jet a marking ink to print high-definition text and images on the part. Without any filing or sanding, the part can and so be removed immediately of its assist material, as you can see in the video at a lower place.

 (Source: Rize)

(Source: Rize)
The Rize One was specifically createed to be an industrial-class printing device for create engineers and product createers. It’s aimed at industrial and commercial prototypes for testing form, fit and function, as well as proof of concept; end-use production parts; plus making tooling, fixtures, and jigs. Build dimensions is 12 inch x 8 inch x 6 inch (300 mm x 200 mm x 150 mm) and layer thickness is 0.25 mm.
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Rizium One is a blend of aerospace-grade and medical-grade thermoplastics which the company says creates parts twice as sturdy as FDM systems can do. According to the materials spec sheet, XZ flexural durablity is 10,008 psi, flexural modulus is 251,640 psi, and flexural strain is 5%, while ZX flexural durablity is 10,878 psi, flexural modulus is 285,870 psi, and flexural strain is 6%. Strength loss of just 10% in the Z axis means it creates just of isotropic parts. The material glass transition temperature is 210F (99C). Because its materials are safe, the machine requires no special venting, disposal, or gloves.

 The Rize One 3D prints parts with durablity loss of just 10% in the Z axis, making just of isotropic parts. (Source: Rize)

The Rize One 3D prints parts with durablity loss of just 10% in the Z axis, making just of isotropic parts.
(Source: Rize)
Other filaments can in addition be utilized with the printing device. In the next, the company says new Rize materials may include conductive, thermo-insulating, and thermo-conducting inks. The printing device is already entering beta with Reebok, and is scheduled to be on the market layer this year.

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Ann R. Thryft is senior technical editor, materials & assembly, for Design News. She’s been writing of making- and electronics-related technologies for 28 years, covering making materials & processes, alternative energy, and robotics. In the past, she’s in addition written of machine vision and all kinds of communications.


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