Do you need a completely safe, easy-to-use and professional-quality 3D printer to produce functional pre-clinical parts in your office, tool room or production floor? With Rize's APD process, there are no VOCs and we use only safe and recyclable materials. Each component of our Rizium One material is USP Class VI Certified and is non contaminating. Rizium One has less than 0.01% water absorption, a residual metals content of <0.02ppm and is resistant to chemicals like alcohol, acid and acetone. 

Only Rize provides a 3D printing marking capability that enables you to print secure part numbers and instructions on the part. You can even print digital rights management, in a QR code for example, right onto the part that creates an immutable digital thread to the digital twin of the physical 3D printed part on your platform.

Since the Rize One 3D printer requires virtually no post-processing of parts following printing, you’ll get your parts more than twice as fast as other systems, while eliminating expensive labor and equipment and time-consuming, messy and harmful solvents required by other 3D printing technologies. So you can affordably produce a custom tool or functional part for a pre-clinical applications in just a few hours.

And, with the extraordinary isotropic strength and low surface energy of our thermoplastic, companies like CONMED and Merck use Rize 3D printers to produce parts to improve medical device design, functional parts and molds for elastomeric parts to perform real-world appliance testing and end-use production parts by manufacturing small quantities of products for a variety of pre-clinical applications.

Learn all about 3D printing in Life Sciences from Rize partner, Cimquest:

Read a case study about global medical device manufacturer, CONMED.

Read an Industry Brief by Axendia: Personalized 3D Printing in Life Sciences

Attend a free, on-demand Webinar about the requirements of, and solutions for, 3D printing in Life Sciences.