Manufacturing custom tooling, jigs and fixtures is a very expensive process, with long lead times from a few days to several weeks. This traditional approach does not allow for multiple iterations creating risk in delivering consistent and accurate parts. Injection molds for custom tooling is very expensive process and any design changes can delay production from weeks to months.
RIZE 3D printers are purpose built for safety, strength and accuracy of parts. With near zero emissions and ease of use – RIZE 3D printers can be used on manufacturing floors or at any point of consumption. The ease of use allows for existing personnel like CNC users to manufacture tooling, jigs and fixtures in plastic or in carbon composites. With zero venting, minimal post-processing and desktop form factor, companies need no additional investment necessary. RIZE customers create injection molds, thermoset molds, jigs and fixtures without CAM, with lower labor costs while keeping manufacturing running continuously.
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