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    Rize One at Boston Engineering

    Massachusetts-based industrial 3D printing company Rize Inc., known for its augmented polymer deposition technology, introduced its desktop Rize One 3D printer this past summer: the printer, with its high-speed support removal, pretty much eliminates the need for post-processing, saving users all kinds of time. The Rize One was the subject of a recent case study at Boston Engineering, also in Massachusetts, which provides engineering consulting and product design services for many industries, including consumer products, robotics, medical devices, and commercial products. The company has an FDM 3D printer in its additive manufacturing lab, but it was taking too long for the engineers, who are not housed in the lab, to get their 3D printed parts. Read more at 3DPrint.com: http://3dprint.com/167712/boston-engineering-rize-one/


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    . First off, the printer itself cost a lot less than the company’s existing FDM 3D printer. Secondly, post-processing labor, disposal, material, and facilities costs have been completely eliminated, and on top of all that, the printer’s Rizium One material costs less than half what the company was paying for its other 3D printer’s materials.
    Can we say stratasys - I think we probably can :-)

    And given that there is no hint of a price on the rize website - we can safely assume the rize 1 is bloody expensive.

    Looks like a good polyjet system though.

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