Indelibly apply graphics and text to parts to include QR codes, part numbers, instructions or safety warnings.
People safe, environmentally friendly and recyclable. Suits office, production and field use.
Minimal, clean pre- and post-processing.
Ideal for functional prototypes, tooling and service parts.
Text, images and QR codes for traceability, built-in trust and IP controls.
From initial investment to operational costs; a trained technician is not required.
XRIZE is the world’s first true color industrial 3D printer that prints functional parts in Vivid Colors with safe operations, non-toxic and recyclable materials. With an ability to print color, users can embed graphics, logos, instructions and QR codes in the part creating digitally augmented parts for fully traceable and trusted parts.
XRIZE not only prints vivid color parts, but also in carbon composites and engineered polymers with functional inks for release and color. Your investment in XRIZE increases as RIZE introduces new materials into the future.
With the ability to print QR codes, text, images and the part numbers on the part, the parts are traceable with IP control. QR codes connect the physical part with digital data allowing access to Meta Data, Work Instructions, Assembly Instructions and AR/VR solutions.
Rize's patented process jets in a safe release agent with zero toxicity between the supports and the part. Supports can be easily peeled away and most parts require less than 2 minutes of post processing. The surfaces after removing the supports are functional and require no rework.
Industrial class features set the XRIZE apart. The heated build chamber ensures parts are printed with dimensional accuracy and superior layer adhesion. Locking cover prevents worker injury and comply with regulatory safety standards. Automatic filament swap simplifies supplies management for uninterrupted printing. Digitally encoded consumable cartridges ensure that the correct print process parameters are applied to every print job.
Augmented Polymer Deposition is patented hybrid 3D printing process of industrial material extrusion and material jetting. Rize 3D printers build parts by jetting a specially formulated release agent between layers of extruded material. Support structures are quickly, easily and cleanly removed, while maintaining a superior finish on supported surfaces. Jetting also provides for voxel level application of full-color graphics, text and digital tracing information on any part surface.
Height: 21.4 inches (535mm)
Width: 36 inches (915mm)
Depth: 25.4 inches (647mm)
Weight: 137 lbs (62kg)
Input Voltage: 120-240 VAC 50/60 Hz
Consumption: 750 W
Temperature: 59-86°F (15-30°C)
Relative Humidity: 20-60%
None: No venting and no liquid waste
X: 12 inches (310mm)
Y: 8 inches (200mm)
Z: 8 inches (200mm)
Tip Diameter: 0.4mm
Accuracy, X/Y: +/- .127mm, or +/-.003mm/mm, whichever is greater
Accuracy, Z: +/- layer thickness (.250 or .125mm)
Drop Volume: 5 pL
Resolution, X/Y: 300 DPI
Resolution, Z: 200 DPI (@ .125mm layer thickness)
Filament Capacity: 2X 820g spools with hot-swap; 1640g total
Fluids Capacity: 5X 120mL cartridges; one each Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black, Release Agent
Filament Usage: 10.25 grams/hour on average; geometry dependent
Fluids Usage: 1 mL/hr per cartridge on average; geometry dependent
Temperature: 53°C when printing
Automatic locking top cover with open/close sensor
Typically replaced annually
Intuitive 5″ high-resolution touch-screen for access to part library, build management, and system diagnostics.
Internal storage for hundreds of build files.
FCC, RoHS, CE, NRTL
Ethernet: RJ45, 10/100 Mbps
USB Type A port for memory stick
RIZIUM™ family of filaments: RIZIUM CARBON, RIZIUM ONE & BLACK
RIZIUM™ functional inks CMYK and MARKING INK
Materials are automatically identified to ensure correct process parameters are applied.
File prep requires a 64-bit operating system, x86-based processor, running Windows® 7, 8, or 10.
Connection to printer while build is in progress not required.
Internet/Cloud not required.
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