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With so much focus recently about end-use parts produced with 3D printers, we decided create an on-demand Webcast that outlines three simple ways you can use additive manufacturing to improve production, regardless of whether you are a global...
January 22, 2018
Last week, we outlined our approach to Additive at Scale and described the first way that Rize enables innovators to achieve Additive at Scale: Sustainable Innovation. We ended that blog by saying, “Our process, parts and people are as inclusive as...
December 25, 2017
Mechanical engineers seek to expand additive manufacturing beyond prototyping to deliver functional parts and products. And increasingly, they need to innovate on these products so they become lighter, smarter and sustainable. Moreover, they want to...
December 18, 2017
We previously discussed our industry-leading, isotropic part strength (uniform strength in the X, Y and Z axes). In fact, our isotropic properties and superior strength have been supported by independent tests, showing that our parts are 2X stronger...
November 27, 2017
The 3D printing industry continues to see truly amazing innovation and, unfortunately, equally amazing hype. Take metal 3D printing, for example. The ability to produce 3D printed parts made of metal is a great advancement for very specific...
November 20, 2017
Say you need to produce a one-off of a custom end-use part or a replacement part. It can’t be manufactured, at least not cost efficiently, and you can’t wait days or weeks to get it. Maybe you’re located in a shop, medical facility or even in a...
October 02, 2017
Marketing is a powerful thing. If you hear a credible-sounding message consistently and repeatedly over a long period of time, you tend to believe it. But belief and fact aren’t always the same. Take material strength in 3D printing and additive...
September 11, 2017
In our part of the world, the air is cooling off, leaves on trees are beginning to change color and children are heading back to school after their summer vacation. This got us thinking about new Fall clothes, backpacks and our September part of the...
August 28, 2017
Is prototyping dead? You might reasonably think so if all you read are the pervasive stories about 3D printed cars and airplanes, metal-based 3D printer launches and the outrageous valuations of some 3D printing companies that solely serve direct...
August 21, 2017
Part 2 in a two-part blog series. 
August 14, 2017

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