“The ultimate aim is software developed to be as easy as clicking ‘print.’ This has been achieved — by Raiz (Rize co-founder and inventor of 3D design software) and his team.” – Rachel Park, Disruptive Magazine
In our blog, we’ve focused a lot on our zero-post-processing 3D printing technology, especially since engineers, designers and additive manufacturing lab managers have told us that post-processing is one of their biggest 3D printing-related headaches and consumes about 50% of their valuable time.
But since our intent was to make the entire 3D printing process hassle-free, we also focused on the front end of the process.
How many hours do you spend making your (or someone else’s) CAD (computer aided design) files 3D printable, overcoming hurdles like incomplete surfaces or mismatching surface boundaries? It can be a tedious, time consuming and complex process. In fact, many of you likely purchased additional file-fixing software on top of your CAD program to help you with this activity. Still, file-fixing software also involves additional time, expertise and cost in order to generate a file that can be successfully 3D printed.
Intelligence and sophistication built into the Rize software automatically identifies and handles problems in the imported 3D file. Because our slicer tolerates imperfect 3D files, you can 3D print them quickly and easily, without the need for additional software tools, enabling you to 3D print files you created in the software programs you use the most.
With Rize software, we’ve addressed the limitations that still exist in many 3D design programs.