The RIZE slicer has been custom designed from the ground up to generate tool paths for building parts fast without compromising strength. Users can import files in multiple formats, including stl, obj, 3mf, ply, vrml, and fbx or use the SOLIDWORKS plug-in to directly import a model from CAD. Intelligent slicing automatically identifies and handles problems in the imported file, such as incomplete surfaces or mismatching surface boundaries. A simple and intuitive interface lets users rotate, move and scale one or multiple parts on the build bed for printing with automatic support-structure generation. Use the default settings for reliable results or the advanced options to specialize output for unique situations. And, only RIZE OneTouch software includes markup features to apply text, graphics and 2D barcodes to parts.
Learn how to navigate the viewport in OneTouch, to efficiently view and examine imported models.
Learn how to import printable models into OneTouch, to populate the build and prepare for printing.
Learn how to move and orient models in OneTouch, to control their placement and manage print time.
Learn how to adjust model quantities and scales in OneTouch, to achieve the proper sizes and make the most of every print.
Learn about OneTouch's Markup Mode, which can add color and information to part models for full-color 3D printing.
Learn how to navigate Markup Mode and add colorful images onto part models.
Learn how to add colorful text markups and automated serial numbers to part models in OneTouch.
Learn about QR codes and how they can be created and applied to part models in OneTouch.
Learn about OneTouch's Slice View which lets you diagnose potential problems and plan the right approach to printing a model.
Learn how to control Slice View properties to achieve the best results.
Use Slice View to verify and improve part designs before printing and eliminate potential issues.
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