Rize, Dassault Systèmes Partner to Accelerate Adoption of Additive Manufacturing
Rize Inc. and Dassault Systèmes have announced that they will partner to offer North American customers support a diverse set of applications and services to design and manufacture additively manufactured prototypes and parts.
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RIZE Inc. will partner with Dassault Systèmes, the 3DExperience Company, to offer North American customers support a diverse set of applications and services to design and manufacture 3D printed functional prototypes, production tooling and end use parts.
The jointly offered solution will enable users of Dassault Systèmes’ 3DExperience platform to seamlessly leverage Rize 3D printing technology to build intelligent parts with smarter workflows via connected, intelligent, interactive environments where hardware and software – Rize’s 3D printers and the 3DExperience platform – allow users to easily design and print full-color 3D parts using industry standard software. Using the 3DExperience platform for design, and Rize’s 3D printer for part creation, these parts with smarter workflows are expected to help improve collaboration across design and manufacturing to accelerate the innovation process.
Through the joint offering, designers will be able to deploy and derive new value by integrating UL Greenguard 2904 certified Rize 3D printing solutions within their engineering workflows to accelerate design verification. Also manufacturing users can produce carbon composite parts that require high stiffness and strength for functional applications in custom tools, jigs and fixtures, according to the companies.