Only the Rize One 3D printer provides a near zero-post-processing, zero-toxic-emissions desktop 3D printer to ensure the safety of your students and to provide a truly easy-to-use, classroom-friendly system.
Nowhere is the need for a completely safe, non-toxic and hassle-free 3D printer more critical than in the classroom. While all other desktop 3D printers require messy or harmful post-processing of 3D printed parts after printing that can’t be done in the classroom, only Rize One provides virtually zero-post-processing, zero-toxic-emissions desktop 3D printing to ensure the safety of students and educators and to provide a classroom-friendly system. Plus, Rize One’s unique software automatically enables even imperfect files to be 3D printed, for unprecedented ease of use.
Whether in a classroom or integrated into a graduate engineering program, the affordability, reliability, ease of use and professional quality of the Rize One 3D printer ensures students and teachers can spend more time using the 3D printer for real-world applications and less time fixing it.
Rize One, the world’s first hybrid 3D printer, is a breakthrough printer, combining two discrete technologies, Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) and Piezo Jetting. This is enabling companies to sustainably deliver a vast range of custom and replacement manufacturing parts with the highest isotropic strength. The breakthrough is made possible through Rize’s patented technology called Augmented Polymer Deposition (APO), which enables inclusive multi-material printing with minimal post processing and the sustainable use of safe, non-toxic and recyclable materials. Intelligent products increasingly require parts with variable materials, which include mechanical, electrical and chemical properties. Rize’s inclusive APO process fuses them into unified parts, enabling innovators to deliver unprecedented customer experiences.