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U.S. 3D printer manufacturer Rize has announced that Dassault Systèmes’ SOLIDWORKS CAD design software will now feature a new Rize 3D Print add-in.
The new feature, unveiled on the first day of SOLIDWORKS World 2018 (SWW18), streamlines 3D printing with Rize’s patented Augmented Polymer Deposition (APD) technology for SOLIDWORKS users.
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(Left) CEO of Rize Andy Kalambi and (right) Gian Paolo Bassi, CEO SOLIDWORKS at SWW18. Photo via Rize.
In the new feature, available to download from the Rize website, SOLIDWORKS users can select a “Rize 3D Print” option from the “Tools” menu.
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Once selected, this option automatically transfers SOLIDWORKS files to the Rize slicing software, without the need to export or import files in various formats. It also reduces the need to pre-process and post-process objects.
“OUR FOCUS IS TO DRIVE ADDITIVE AT SCALE AND BRING THE 3D PRINTING PROCESS CLOSER TO END USERS. THE RIZE ADD-IN IS A STEP IN THAT DIRECTION AND DEMONSTRATES OUR COMMITMENT TO SOLIDWORKS AND THEIR TREMENDOUS ECOSYSTEM OF INNOVATORS.”
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“We will continue to work closely with SOLIDWORKS to expand the usage of additive manufacturing,” Kalambi added.
The Rize 3D Print option in SOLIDWORKS 2018. Photo via Rize.
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