Rize Add-in Integrates with Solidworks

As the result of a deepened partnership between the two companies, users can more easily transfer files from Solidworks to the Rize slicing software.


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As the result of a deepened partnership with Dassault Systèmes’ Solidworks brand, Rize One 3D printers are now inclusive in the Solidworks design experience through a new Rize add-in. 

According to the companies, the tighter technical integration between Rize and Solidworks enables users to simply select Rize 3D Print from the Solidworks Tools menu. The Rize add-in automatically transfers files from Solidworks to the Rize slicing software without the need to export and import files. Users of Solidworks version 2018 and later can download the complimentary add-in from the Rize website.

"We are excited that Rize has developed an add-in that will make it faster and easier for Solidworks users to use additive manufacturing," says Gian Paolo Bassi, CEO, Solidworks, Dassault Systèmes.

“Our focus is to drive additive at scale and bring the 3D printing process closer to end users,” says Andy Kalambi, president and CEO of Rize. “The Rize add-in is a step in that direction and demonstrates our commitment to Solidworks and their tremendous ecosystem of innovators. We are proud to be a part of this ecosystem. We will continue to work closely with Solidworks to expand the usage of additive manufacturing.