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Rize will Introduce the New Rize™ One 3D Printer at SOLIDWORKS World 2017

Rize, maker of the world’s only industrial 3D printing technology capable of producing manufacturing and end-use parts on demand in the office or additive manufacturing lab, announced today that, for the first time, SOLIDWORKS World 2017 attendees will meet the new Rize One 3D printer first hand in Rize booth #406.

Until now, industrial 3D printer users have had to make sacrifices throughout the additive manufacturing process, from file to usable part. Whether for material properties or printer reliability, speed or ease of use, safety or software complexity, they couldn’t have it all: the ability to safely and efficiently 3D print manufacturing and custom end-use parts on demand in their additive manufacturing lab or office.

“Today’s hobby-class desktop 3D printers only serve the prototyping market and large, expensive 3D printers in labs only address the mid-volume manufacturing market,” said Rize President and CEO, Frank Marangell. “Only Rize One, powered by our patented Augmented Polymer Deposition (APD) technology, serves the enormous, untapped market for safe, efficient one-offs of customized, end-use parts, tools and functional prototypes on the manufacturing floor or in the office, wherever and in whatever form that office might be.”

A robust, industrial system, Rize One uniquely produces watertight and isotropic thermoplastic parts, with detailed text and images, that are twice as strong as the competition. Rize One is also the only office-safe 3D printer, with no toxic particle emissions, mess or harmful materials throughout the process and without post-processing after printing, saving users up to $500 per year in staffing costs alone and up to 100% in total processing time.

What: In booth #406, attendees will:

  • See the new Rize™ One 3D printer
  • Learn about our patented Augmented Polymer Deposition (APD) technology
  • Examine isotropic, watertight, color parts that are twice as strong as ABSplus
  • Experience our unique zero-post-processing capability
  • Discuss their requirements and ideas with senior executives

When: February 5–8, 2017

Where: Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, CA

In its 19th year, the SOLIDWORKS World annual training, education and networking user conference is dedicated to the 3D design and engineering community. We look forward to seeing you there!