Category Archives: Rize Inc

Rize intros Digitally Augmented Parts to counter 3D printed piracy and counterfeits

Boston, U.S. based 3D printer manufacturer Rize Inc., has introduced what they are calling the first 3D printed Digitally Augmented Parts (DAP). According to Rize, DAPs will enable the creation of “functional 3D printed parts with digital information” using Rize’s patented Augmented Polymer Deposition (APD) method to embed markers, such as QR codes, on plastic […]

HMS Industries becomes valued customer of Rize One 3D printer

Rize has announced that HMS Industries, Inc. is the latest customer of the Rize One 3D printer. The Indiana County manufacturer of custom metal stamping and industrial tooling has installed the 3D printer to make jigs and fixtures for holding parts during quality inspection. Barry Aikins, Vice President at HMS Industries, Inc., comments “Our first 3D printer, my team […]

An interview with Andy Kalambi new President and CEO of Rize Inc.

Rize Inc., the developer of patented Augmented Polymer Deposition (APD) technology, has appointed Andy Kalambi, former CEO of the ENOVIA brand and global executive of 3DEXPERIENCE at Dassault Systèmes as its new President and CEO. Ahead of the announcement, 3D Printing Industry spoke directly with Kalambi to understand more about his vision for the company, and how […]

Interview with Eugene Giller founder and CTO of Rize Inc. 3D printers

Amongst the 250+ exhibitors at this year’s TCT Show in Birmingham, I was given the opportunity to speak to Rize Inc. founder and CTO Eugene Giller. A previous employee of ZCorp – the full color, binder jetting 3D printing pioneer that is now 3D Systems – Giller officially founded Rize in 2014, after spending four […]

Call to increase number of women at additive manufacturing conferences

Julie Reece is the Vice President of Marketing at Massachusetts based 3D printer company Rize Inc. On the closing day of this year’s AMUG conference, Reece spoke …

Call to increase number of women at additive manufacturing conferences

Julie Reece is the Vice President of Marketing at Massachusetts based 3D printer company Rize Inc. On the closing day of this year’s AMUG conference, Reece spoke …

Rize One der erste 3D Drucker, der keine Nachbearbeitung benötigt

Wie aus dem Nichts stellte gestern Rize Inc ihr erstes Produkt, den Rize One 3D Drucker vor. Das Unternehmen verspricht das für die Objekte die der Rize One fertigt keine Nacharbeit notwendig ist. Das Team von Rize besteht fast zur Gänze aus 3D Druck Veteranen von Z Corporation, einer der Pioniere im 3D Druck, welches später von

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