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He’s been designing, constructing and launching rockets as a hobby since he was 10 years old. So, it’s no surprise that Derrick Topp, saw a perfect opportunity to marry his job as a Rize mechanical engineer, constantly testing and perfecting Rize...
July 17, 2017
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve talked with people at industry events about the ability of our Rize One 3D printer to 3D print text and images on (or in) parts and they’ve initially said, “It’s nice to have, but I don’t really need that...
July 10, 2017
Well, I’ll be a monkey’s uncle! We selected this 3D printed monkey skull as our June part of the month. We didn’t choose this part just so we could have fun with monkey idioms. Well, OK, maybe that factored into our decision just a bit. This part...
June 05, 2017
Recently, a global manufacturer conducted a comparative functional strength test that combined compression strength, flexural strength and bearing strength on a 3D printed part produced on Rize, Markforged, Dimension and Fortus systems, as well as a...
May 08, 2017
A few weeks ago at the AMUG Conference 2017, Rize Founder and CTO, Eugene Giller, gave a talk about Voxel-Level Polymer Modification in Additive Manufacturing to a packed ballroom.
April 10, 2017
Back in September of last year, we introduced our very first part of the month blog, with the prototype shown below of the actual carriage we use in our Rize One 3D printer. The carriage houses both our extruder and print head.
April 03, 2017
Driven by making meaningful impact. That’s the philosophy of Waltham, Massachusetts-based Boston Engineering. Since 1995, the company has provided comprehensive product design and engineering consulting services spanning the entire product...
March 20, 2017
When we talk about additive manufacturing requirements for the Aerospace and Defense industry, we usually talk about things like reducing the number of parts and part weight while increasing process efficiencies. These are indeed important in this...
February 27, 2017
Happy New Year! This is our first blog of 2017, our January Part of the Month. We decided to shake things up a bit for this month’s featured part. Instead of the mechanical and end-use parts we’ve featured thus far, this month’s part is an...
January 02, 2017

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