3D-printed heart model Rizium Glass Fiber is the only composite 3D-printing material suitable for full-color parts with the stability to support complex geometries, according to additive manufacturing company Rize.
The material and 3D-printing platform have obtained UL Greenguard certification for low emissions. Additive manufacturing company Rize introduced today Rizium Glass Fiber (GF), which it describes as the only composite 3D-printing material suitable for full-color parts with the stability to support complex geometries that, otherwise, might warp. Rizium GF is based on Rize’s cyclic-olefin-based matrix that does not release emissions at extrusion temperatures and has extremely low moisture absorption and high chemical resistance.
Tested for durability and strength, Rizium GF leverages the company’s Augmented Polymer Deposition (APD) digital material technology, which enables the polymer to combine with functional inks to create new material properties. Rizium GF is stable over large build volumes and is suitable for a range of applications […]
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