Full Color

Produce full-color prototypes and parts for a greater diversity of applications

Purpose built for safety, strength, accuracy and surface finish

Full-Color Design Prototypes, Full-Color 3D Printer
Full-Color Design Prototypes
Anatomical Heart Model for Life Sciences Applications, Full True Color 3D Printer
Anatomical Models
FEA Prototypes, Full Color 3D Printed Connecting Rod
FEA Prototypes
3D Printed Color Coded Components, Joint Assembly
Color Coded Components
Packaging Design Prototype, Full Color 3D Printed Package Design
Packaging Design Prototype

Challenges

Challenges
  • Drive innovation and differentiation with new products and services.
  • Expand the range of applications and printer utilization with new capabilities.
  • Connect parts to the enterprise’s entire digital ecosystem for improvements in design, manufacturing and service.

Summary

Summary
  • Existing color 3D printers are expensive, complex and must be operated in a lab environment. Part strength, surface and color fidelity are inadequate.
  • XRIZE provides exceptional value across the enterprise by delivering vibrant, full-color functional parts with superior surface finish and uniform color in all orientations, for unparalleled diversity of applications.

Results

Results
  • Wide diversity of applications delivers greater flexibility, higher printer utilization and competitive differentiation.
  • Full color improves communication, provides faster approvals and shortened design cycles.
  • More realistic parts result in better designs.
  • Digitally connected parts with secure QR codes, part numbers, instructions, wear indicators and safety warnings offer new customer experiences and greater customer satisfaction.
  • XRIZE is clean, easy and safe for use in the office, on production floors and in the field.

XRIZE leverages RIZE’s hybrid Augmented Polymer Deposition process by extruding our proprietary compound of engineering-grade thermoplastic and simultaneously jetting C, M, Y, K (cyan, magenta, yellow and black) inks through industrial printheads wherever they are needed to achieve the full-color part. Release Ink is jetted between the part and its automatically-generated supports to enable the user to quickly peel the supports away from the part, leaving a smooth surface finish and eliminating the need for additional finishing. With RIZE OneTouch software, users can quickly and easily apply text, images and texture maps to monochrome part files or import color CAD files.

Breaking News

RIZE begins Commercial Shipments of XRIZE