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Our own compound of engineering- and medical-grade thermoplastic, delivering watertight, isotropic parts stronger than polycarbonate (PC), carbon fiber- and nylon-reinforced parts and twice as strong as ABSplus.Download Material Specifications and Independent Comparative Functional Strength Test Data
Jetted between the part and its support structure, Release One is a repelling ink that releases the bond between the part and the support structure, making support removal faster and safer than any other 3D printing process.
Enables 3D printed text and images on parts.
Making computer aided design (CAD) files 3D printable can be tedious, time consuming and difficult. As a result, many engineers purchase file-fixing software in addition to their CAD software to alleviate this headache. But even those programs require additional time and expertise in order to get a 3D printable file.
No one understands this better than Rize co-founder and software pioneer, Leonid Raiz, founder of Revit and original architect of Pro/Engineer, the groundbreaking 3D CAD software that enabled the very first 3D printers. In keeping with our mantra of making hassle-free 3D printing, the Rize software team, led by Leonid, developed our software to be as easy as clicking ‘print.’ Intelligence and sophistication built into the Rize software automatically identifies and handles problems in the imported 3D file, such as incomplete surfaces or mismatching surface boundaries. Because the Rize slicer can tolerate imperfect 3D files, you can 3D print them with unprecedented speed and ease and without the need for additional software tools. Rize makes it easy for you to 3D print files you created in the software programs you use the most.
You might say that with Rize software, our team addressed the limitations still present in many 3D design systems.