Certified 3D Printers and Materials for Life Sciences
RIZE ONE is the world's first UL2904 GREENGUARD certified 3D printer and can be adopted at the point of care. Existing 3D Printers that print most common materials such as ABS, Nylon, PLA and others emit Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) and nano-particles that have short term and long term health effects. Capable of printing anywhere, RIZE 3D Printers can be placed in hospitals, doctors' offices, and right next to the user without further need for facility changes.
Rizium Materials are also USP Class VI certified and can be used to print parts that will contain drugs & biological matter making it ideal for life sciences applications.
Document, Describe and Identify: Traceable and Trusted Parts
RIZE 3D printers' marking capabilities enable the augmentation of 3D printed models with color, QR codes, text and images. Life sciences companies can satisfy QS regulation and premarket submission requirements to accelerate product innovation and shorten the path to certification and compliance to FDA 21 CFR 820.30 design control requirements and guidance on 3D Printing process. With digitally augmented parts (QR Codes), life sciences companies can protect their IP, trace the part in its life cycle as well as collaborate and communicate with AR/VR, medical devices and surgical equipment instructions.
XRIZE is the world's first industrial full color 3D printer. Personalize your parts and models further with indelible and vivid full true colors without compromising part strength and surface finish. With improved doctor-patient interactions, RIZE 3D printed parts facilitates medical device innovation, pre-surgical planning, patient compliancy to enable better device and patient outcomes.
Geometric Integrity: No Marks, No Residue, No Post Work
RIZE's patented Augmented Polymer Deposition process jets release inks along with our extrusion process to enable safe, fast and easy post-processing. Minimal Post-Processing with RIZE allows for fast, non-toxic post-processing with excellent surface finish.
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