Rize Materials

Rizium One, Release One, and Marking Ink

RP America offers everything you need to keep your Rize 3D printer up and running. Unlike other 3D printing technologies, all of the materials Rize uses in its Augmented Polymer Deposition (APD) 3D printing process are completely safe to use in your office, without any special venting, disposal equipment or gloves, and are environmentally friendly. View the video below to see how Rizium One, Release One, and Marking Ink fit into the APD process.

Rizium One

Rize’s compound of engineering- and medical-grade thermoplastic, delivers watertight, isotropic parts stronger than polycarbonate (PC), carbon fiber- and nylon-reinforced parts and twice as strong as ABSplus. Parts made with Rizium One have a high HDT and can be sterilized. They also possess high chemical resistance, including alcohol, acetone and acid.

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Release One

Jetted between the part and its support structure, Release One is a repelling ink that releases the bond between the part and the support structure, making support removal faster and safer than any other 3D printing process.

Marking Ink

Enables 3D printed text and images on parts.