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Rize Inc. is unlocking industrial 3D printing for new markets and driving the next wave of innovation and advancement in product design and manufacturing with the Rize One 3D printer, a versatile industrial-class 3D printer suitable for the office or additive manufacturing lab that provides the industry’s fastest turn around on manufacturing parts. Based on our patented Augmented Polymer Deposition (APD) technology, Rize One is the only 3D printer to provide a zero-post-processing capability that eliminates messy and toxic post-processing materials, harmful emissions, special facility and disposal requirements and hours of expensive labor required to deal with it. Rize One uniquely produces watertight, color parts with isotropic strength quickly, safely and affordably. Our experienced team with over 20 patents fulfills a need for an affordable, hassle-free and office-safe industrial 3D printer for production parts, tooling, fixtures and jigs and customized end-use parts.
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