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Life Science 3D Industrial Printer
May 23, 2018
The requirements for using 3D printers to fabricate functional prototypes, custom tooling and end-use parts in pre-clinical pharmaceutical and medical device applications are distinct from those of many other commercial applications. Whether you are...
May 14, 2018
We recently hosted a live Webinar with our Rize Authorized Reseller, RP America, called How to Make Additive Manufacturing Sustainable and Inclusive. Our goal was and is to help users of additive manufacturing better understand how to drive...
May 07, 2018
We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of our new Rizium™ One Black material. And that’s why we’ve selected these black parts as our May Parts of the Month. Like our existing Rizium One material, Rizium One Black provides mechanical...
April 30, 2018
MAY | 2018 Welcome to our first Rize newsletter, On the Rize! If you did not receive this newsletter through email, you can subscribe here! 
April 23, 2018
April is a busy month of additive manufacturing events. One of the many benefits of traveling from event to event is seeing all of the amazing people we know throughout this close-knit, global 3D printing community, from journalists, to partners,...
April 16, 2018
During this evolutionary period in additive manufacturing, when use of the technology is rapidly expanding to production of functional end-use parts, we often think of large, global manufacturing companies who generally operate additive...
April 09, 2018
APD voxel-level 3D printing includes Digital Rights Management into physical 3D printed parts for compliance, authenticity and traceability Today we announced that we have launched the industry’s first Digitally Augmented Parts which enables...
April 02, 2018
Rize’s hybrid APD additive manufacturing technology and its ability to safely produce isotropic-strength parts with virtually no post-processing, is uniquely suited for producing custom and replacement fixtures, tooling, jigs and work holding...
March 26, 2018
It might surprise you to learn that most additive manufacturing and 3D printing technologies are not safe. They emit Styrene, Lactide and a number of other volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Furthermore, the materials used in most 3D printers and,...

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