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It’s Not ‘Humerus:’ Rize January Part of the Month

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 anatomical model, a right scapula (shoulder blade). This bone part is near and dear to me, since I fractured one of my own last year.

We downloaded the part from a popular 3D file download site. But the original file was generated from a CT scan.  Although this large part took 8 hours to 3D print on our Rize™ One 3D printer, my colleague released the supports with his bare hands in less than a minute cleanly and safely and right at his desk.

 

Rize provides the only safe, professional-quality office 3D printer suitable for your medical facility. There are no toxic emissions and our patented Augmented Polymer Deposition (APD) process uses only safe, biocompatible and eco-friendly materials. Since our Rize One 3D printer requires no post-processing of parts after 3D printing, you’ll get your parts twice as fast as other systems, without the expensive labor and equipment and time-consuming, messy, and harmful solvents required by other 3D printers. You can turn CT scan data into accurate replicas of bones or organs for pre-surgical meetings while you wait, or produce a special tool or prototype for a medical device in just a few hours.

With the unique isotropic strength of our thermoplastic, Rize 3D printers produce visual prototypes to improve medical device design, functional parts to perform appliance testing, end-use production parts by manufacturing small quantities of end-use products for clinical trials and customized prosthetics, as well as highly accurate models for pre-surgical planning and education.