RIZE Applications

Examples of how RIZE technology is being used

Medical Modeling

The majority of 3D printing is still prototyping. With advances in materials & 3D printing hardware, companies are now able to print functional end-use parts. RIZE brings you the most affordable composite 3D printers providing you with the ability to print parts that are ready for real-life applications.

Surgical Preparation

Use color to highlight and identify areas of concern, use gradient colors to represent things like variable bone density, disease progression, and print patient identification.

The 12″ x 8″ x 8″ build size enables you to scale up small areas within the body to improve visualization.

Education & Communication

Instead of using generic anatomical models, printing the patient specific anatomy created from scan data to create a personalized approach to care.

Printed composite parts can be handled and examined without the fear of breaking.

Print multiple versions at locations around the world to promote collaboration and research.

Medical Devices

By printing medical devices, you’re able to test several designs to find the best fit. This is especially important when you can 3D printing the parts for actual production.

Short-run production is here thanks to RIZE 3D printing capabilities and composite materails.

Medical Modeling

The majority of 3D printing is still prototyping. With advances in materials & 3D printing hardware, companies are now able to print functional end-use parts. RIZE brings you the most affordable composite 3D printers providing you with the ability to print parts that are ready for real-life applications.

Surgical Preparation

Use color to highlight and identify areas of concern, use gradient colors to represent things like variable bone density, disease progression, and print patient identification.

The 12″ x 8″ x 8″ build size enables you to scale up small areas within the body to improve visualization.

Education & Communication

Instead of using generic anatomical models, printing the patient specific anatomy created from scan data to create a personalized approach to care.

Printed composite parts can be handled and examined without the fear of breaking.

Print multiple versions at locations around the world to promote collaboration and research.

Medical Devices

By printing medical devices, you’re able to test several designs to find the best fit. This is especially important when you can 3D printing the parts for actual production.

Short-run production is here thanks to RIZE 3D printing capabilities and composite materails.

Jigs & Fixtures

It’s one thing to 3D print tooling such as jigs & fixtures. It’s another to print those parts using composite materials that are strong enough to withstand their intended function. RIZE parts are strong and accurate making them a perfect fit for nearly any tooling application.

Robotic Grippers

High complexity, conventional production is very costly when gripper changes are required. By 3D printing these parts, they are lighter weight, can be built with any level of complexity and will hold up thanks to composite materials.

Precision Fixtures

Gripper system with an integrated vacuum tube. Space saving and optimized fixture makes production faster.

Alignment Jig

3D print alignment jigs with pressed-in threaded inserts to orient parts correctly. For this part, the lead time was reduced from five weeks to just one

Jigs & Fixtures

It’s one thing to 3D print tooling such as jigs & fixtures. It’s another to print those parts using composite materials that are strong enough to withstand their intended function. RIZE parts are strong and accurate making them a perfect fit for nearly any tooling application.

Robotic Grippers

High complexity, conventional production is very costly when gripper changes are required. By 3D printing these parts, they are lighter weight, can be built with any level of complexity and will hold up thanks to composite materials.

Precision Fixtures

Gripper system with an integrated vacuum tube. Space saving and optimized fixture makes production faster.

Alignment Jig

3D print alignment jigs with pressed-in threaded inserts to orient parts correctly. For this part, the lead time was reduced from five weeks to just one

Prototypes & End-Use Parts

Companies and individuals have been 3D printing prototypes since the late 1980s. While some 3D printing companies have incorporated color, it’s often at the expense of strength and durability or simply costs way too much. RIZE solved this issue by creating the world’s first composite 3D printer capable of creating strong parts with vivid color.

Realistic Mockups

Professional 3D printing with full-color composites is only available to you from RIZE. The xRize 3D printer from RIZE brings you strong full-color models than any other technology can and it’s priced lower than competitive technology. You need to see what this system is capable of.

End-use Parts

For low-run production needs, RIZE technology is a great solution. Between the durability of composite materials and vivid color, you can bring your products to life right from your desk.

Prototypes & End-Use Parts

Companies and individuals have been 3D printing prototypes since the late 1980s. While some 3D printing companies have incorporated color, it’s often at the expense of strength and durability or simply costs way too much. RIZE solved this issue by creating the world’s first composite 3D printer capable of creating strong parts with vivid color.

Realistic Mockups

Professional 3D printing with full-color composites is only available to you from RIZE. The xRize 3D printer from RIZE brings you strong full-color models than any other technology can and it’s priced lower than competitive technology. You need to see what this system is capable of.

End-use Parts

For low-run production needs, RIZE technology is a great solution. Between the durability of composite materials and vivid color, you can bring your products to life right from your desk.

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