We are now offering alternate affordability options for Rize 2XC
RIZE One is the first and only 3D printer to be certified for health and environment safety under the stringent UL 2904 standards. 3D printers are known to emit up to 200 VOCs and ultrafine particles that can impact users' health and create long term liabilities for companies. Users can now implement the trusted RIZE printers and scale it from engineering all the way to the production floor with no facility changes. The certification includes not only the print process but also the post-processing.
Parts 3D printed with Rizium One filament and inks conform to USP Class VI specifications for plastics. Class VI specifications designates material as safe for use in manufacturing medical devices. Pharmaceutical, medical device, food & beverages companies can use the trusted parts from RIZE for applications from functional prototyping to end use parts.
With the ability to print QR codes, text, images and the part numbers on the part, the parts are traceable with IP control and protection QR codes connect the physical part with digital data allowing access to Meta Data, Work Instructions, Assembly Instructions and AR/VR solutions.
Rize patented process puts 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 Rize One 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 the 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.