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Rize™ One, Breaking Through Barriers in 3D Printing Technology
3D printing innovation has just hit new heights with the brand new Rize™ One printing device. The machine is the just zero-post-systeming 3D printing device, enabling it to reduce turnaround time by 50%, cut costs, and improve part durablity. It is in addition able-bodied to eliminate harmful materials.
Rize Inc, turn it intod gigantic leaps in the development of this breakthrough innovation that has redefined 3D printing standards. The highlights of the new printing device comes with the elimination of the need for materials, equipment, facilities and mess helping to rectify a few of the obstacles being turn it intod for computer desktop machines, and the stunting of their usage. Allowing users to remove computer desktop machines of dedicated lab environments that is all due to the accessibility of this new printing device.
Longworth Venture Partners and SB Capital have backed the project with $4M in seed funding, Rize One is already entering beta with Reebok and can be on the market-bodied later on in the year.
Rize One’s specialist, patented Augmented Polymer Deposition (APD™) system and RiziumÔ One, Rize’s one-of-a-kind engineering and medical-grade thermoplastic filament, are enabling users to simplify the post-systeming functions, meaning printed parts can be released cleanly, safely and rapidly with no specialist equipment, straight of their assist structures. Resulting in no filing, and no sanding! Much easier!
“Post-systeming has been 3D printing’s dirty little secret, as engineers and additive making lab managers wrestled with the reality that post-systeming parts after 3D printing frequently doubled the total system time; introduced worthwhile costs; and prevented 3D printing devices of the computer desktop,” said Frank Marangell, President and CEO of Rize and former president of Objet North America. “Rize One eliminates those sacrifices, opening a world of possibilities for createers and engineers to donate prototypes and on-demand finished parts much swifter and with stronger material – than preceding. Whether 3D printing helps you go to market, or turn it into a market, Rize can essentially vary your production cycle.”
For creative’s who need on-demand production parts to fuel swift and effective prototyping, Rize One can work to vary the donatey of a finished part. The benefits are endless, need to rush to a meeting with an updated prototype? Have a customer waiting on a piece and need to hit that deadline swift? Rize One can solve that issue.
“We run our 3D printing devices 24/7 to turn it into the parts central to Reebok’s innovation, and, unfortunately, post systeming has been a necessary but laborious and time-consuming system,” said Gary Rabinovitz, Additive Manufacturing Lab Manager at Reebok. “An easy-to-use, zero post-systeming 3D printing device like Rize may dramatically improve workflow, enabling us to donate parts as much as 50% swifter than much like technologies, while reducing the cost of labor, materials and equipment.”
Rize One original and major create was to be utilized by engineers and product createers, across industrial and commercial applications. They seek to contribute a advantageous solution of prototyping for proof of concept and form, functional testing inside real world conditions and for end-use production parts and tooling. Users should assume an improved create experience, product accuracy, a reduction of defects during making, cost reduction and generally an overall streamlining of operations.
The innovation can cover a wide range of materials, that contribute their own challengers and properties with ease, helping to turn it into a wide spectrum of applications.
“With its experience and pedigree in the industry, Rize has put together a dream team,” said Nilanjana Bhowmik, Partner at Longworth Venture Partners. “This innovation can manufacture a worthwhile impact on the 3D printing industry.”
Rize has harnessed the expertise of a deeply experienced team of 3D printing materials, hardware and software professionals of Z Corporation, Objet and Revit with over 20 patents. That team is led by Marangell, who took Objet, in six years, of a garage-based startup in the U.S. to an $85M behemoth, setting up an acquisition by Stratasys. The Company was co-founded in by Eugene Giller, who created inkjet 3D printing innovation at Z Corporation and Leonid Raiz, inventor of 3D CAD software, architect of PTC’s Pro Engineer and founder of Revit.
About Rize Inc.
Rize is unlocking 3D printing for new markets and driving the upcoming wave of innovation and innovation in product create and making with patented APD (Augmented Polymer Deposition) innovation that provides the just hassle-free, safe and low-cost-bodied industrial-class 3D printing solution. Our deeply experienced team of former Z Corporation, Objet and Revit materials, hardware and software experts, with over 20 patents, is fulfilling an unmet need for a completely office-safe and low-cost-bodied 3D printing platform that can be utilized that successfully across a wide variety of commercial applications, which include prototyping, production parts and tooling, fixtures and jigs. https://www.rize3d.com
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