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    Rize, Inc. Unveils Rize One 3D Printer, Commercially Available Later in Year

    Woburn, Massachusetts-based Rize Inc. has unveiled a brand new industrial-grade desktop 3D printer that, they say, completely eliminates the need for post-processing. The Rize One, which will be commercially available later this year, promises to slash costs, reduce turnaround time by 50%, eliminate mess and excess materials, and take industrial 3D printing from the lab to the office. The company, which has been quietly developing the printer for two years, is staffed with veterans of the 3D printing industry who hold more than 20 patents between them. Read more at

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    Jan 2016
    I think that the Rize One 3D printer is very expensive.

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