3D printing machine maker RIZE Inc. is announcing that its set up base on the secondary learning business increased in the 2nd half of 2019. The sales of the firm’s complete color XRIZE 3D printers are reported to have increased up to an unrevealed number of clients.
This is in the learning sector and all thanks to the device’s marketing launch in November. In the meantime, RIZE’s initial monochrome RIZE One printer too found victory with educational utilizers in the same session. The printer was granted the UL 2904 GREENGUARD approval for security and low discharges last year.
The report recommends the learning industry is a thriving one for the commercial desktop printer maker. The firm presents counts big organizations like the US Army and NASA amongst its consumers.
Educational institutions that bought RIZE 3D printing machines in the 2nd half of 2019 comprise of the following;
- Wichita State University’s National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR)
- Rochester Institute of Technology
- Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston
- Georgia Piedmont Technical College outside Atlanta.
The program director of the new media department at Georgia Piedmont Technical College, Stephanie Voltolin, said this: “It’s my opinion that the color makes it. Since we acquired the XRIZE printer two months ago, it’s capabilities have given us a marketing advantage for our 3D programs because the prints are colorful.”
“We chose the XRIZE printer for its industrial-grade durability because of because of how much we print, but the ability to print multi-color takes us to the next level,” he added.
The licensed Augmented Polymer Deposition technology by RIZE mixes element extrusion with ink-jet to make comprehensive, polymer pieces without post-processing. There are features that make it suitable for educational use. They include color, technology user-friendly, and safety features that comprise of the removal of solvents and approval to match of the universe’s most meticulous third party substance emission levels.
“It’s a new world in 3D printing and educational institutions are keen to prepare their students to lead it,” explains the CEO of RIZE, Andy Kalambi. “We are delighted that RIZE’s value proposition of providing intelligent parts and enabling smarter workflows in a safe and sustainable environment is enabling schools to prepare their students as the workforce of the future.”