USA-based Rize has begun commercial shipping of its new Rize One industrial 3D printer and reported rapid growth in the six months since its launch.
The Rize One, or rather the patented augmented polymer deposition (APD) technology that it employs, has garnered significant interest and recognition from across the globe. APD is said to afford near zero processing and therefore make it possible to print end-use parts up to 100% faster and 50% cheaper than comparable technologies.
Furthermore, the APD process does not give off harmful particle emissions and the materials it uses are safe and recyclable, making the Rize One suitable for installation in laboratories and offices.
The company believes that APD is poised to open up new applications and market opportunities for 3D printing and additive manufacturing (AM).
Since announcing availability of the Rize One to the public in February 2017, the company has:
‘We are seeing increasing worldwide demand for our Rize One 3D printer, particularly among global manufacturers and healthcare facilities, and we are excited to have begun shipping,’ said Eugene Giller, founder and president of Rize. ‘Our passionate and deeply experienced team has accomplished an enormous amount in a very short timeframe. We are working to quickly expand our go-to-market initiatives, while continuing to develop innovative new products.’