Only 1 week left to Register for Xpand3D
Branchburg, NJ USA October 15 – 17, 2019
Cimquest Inc. has overhauled their Advanced Manufacturing Expo and begun preparations for their newly named Xpand3D event coming up October 15-17, 2019 at their Branchburg, NJ Headquarters. Now recreated as Xpand3D, this event is the tri-state area’s destination to learn about the latest technologies in the design and manufacturing industry.
Xpand3D stands alone as the one-stop shop for all of your manufacturing needs. From design to actual iteration, production and creation, and everything in between, Xpand3D will cover all of today’s technologies in the vast world of manufacturing.
Xpand3D is comprised of exhibition space for 20+ companies in the industry to engage with show goers, individual presentation rooms for 28 educational sessions, and a Keynote Speaker tent accommodating 150 attendees per speech. Among the confirmed Keynote Speakers are Desktop Metal CEO & Co-Founder Ric Fulop, OnShape CEO & Co-Founder Jon Hirschtick, CNC Software Partnership Program Manager Stas Mylek, HP VP of 3D Printing Global Strategy Alex Moñino, and Nexa 3D Founder & CEO Avi Reichental. Xpand3D will also feature a Keynote Panel, including David Silverstein of iRobot, and Jason Enos of Empire Group, among others. Title sponsors include CGTech, Hurco, Paperless Parts, Nexa3D and Additive Manufacturing Technologies.
Unlike niche events that cater to specific subsects of the industry, or giant conferences that you can’t possibly absorb in only a few days, Xpand3D will cover many aspects of the 3D printing and manufacturing industry in just three days, with different Keynote speakers scheduled each day. Depending on your appetite for content, the venue is open to those who just may want to stop in for a few hours to hear a particular Keynote presenter, or join us for a full day or two to gain knowledge from around 20 breakout sessions (breakout schedule is consistent each day) held in 6 to 9 slots throughout the day. The most incredible part of this event is that it is being offered to the public free of charge. See the full details and register at https://xpand-3d.com/
Cimquest opens new office in Cincinnati, Ohio
Loveland, Ohio, USA April, 9 2018
Cimquest Inc., a manufacturing solutions company based in Branchburg NJ, has taken their expertise to the Ohio region. The grand opening of their new Cincinnati Office and 3D Printing Showroom marks a major milestone in the company’s 28 year history.
Cimquest’s entrance into the Midwest gives manufacturers in the region access to a reputable source for the latest 3D printing and scanning technologies, including hardware, software and services. They represent industry leading 3D printing brands such as HP, Desktop Metal and Formlabs. Firms can schedule visits to the expansive showroom to see various machines in action.
While Cimquest offers direct product sales, they employ a unique consultative approach. When working with a new company, Cimquest will evaluate the company’s applications and help determine the best solutions that can accelerate the product development process (even if it is not one of their own solutions). Their knowledge of both additive and subtractive process can provide a unique perspective for companies looking to use traditional production methods like CNC machining in conjunction with the modern processes like large scale 3D printing.
View the Video Link of Grand Opening Recap Here
Cimquest Inc. was founded in 1990 and offers a comprehensive line of products and services for manufacturing and design. From software for CNC programming (Mastercam) to hardware for prototyping and production, they can equip companies (small and large) with the tools needed to bring ideas to life.
RIZE announces the XRize.
WOBURN, Mass., USA November 7, 2018
In a giant leap to deliver flexibility and scalability to customers, RIZE INC., a Boston, USA-based, next-generation additive manufacturing company, has announced new hardware, materials and IoT functionality: XRIZE™, the world’s first true color desktop industrial 3D printer, RIZIUM™ CARBON and RIZIUM™ ENDURA materials and the RIZE™ CONNECT cloud platform.
Until now, users had to produce non-functional color parts or implement very expensive solutions, making tradeoffs between color, strength and price. These tradeoffs have limited the expansion of additive manufacturing to users across the enterprise and inhibited true innovation. Moreover, companies had to purchase separate 3D printers to achieve varying capabilities, including office use, full color, end-use and production parts and the ability to use carbon fiber and other materials.
For the first time in the industry, XRIZE enables users to manufacture functional polymer and composite parts in full color. And since RIZE’s intelligent and innovative solutions focus on the user as much as the machine, XRIZE is easy to use, safe and enables markup to provide much-desired IP security, traceability and branding.
Like RIZE’s first product, RIZE™ ONE, the experience of using the XRIZE 3D printer is as easy and safe as an office 2D printer. Providing a safe, clean process, minimal pre- and post-processing and minimal material management, users throughout the enterprise, from engineering to marketing to the manufacturing floor, can use XRIZE to easily manufacture full-color prototypes for FEA and stress analysis, tooling with safety instructions, consumer products, package design, GIS mapping, anatomical parts for patient/clinician communication, pre-surgical planning and parts for marketing and the entertainment industry.
XRIZE leverages RIZE’s patented Augmented Deposition process by extruding an engineering-grade thermoplastic and simultaneously jetting C, M, Y, K (cyan, magenta, yellow and black) inks through industrial printheads to achieve the full-color part. RELEASE INK is jetted between the part and the automatically-generated supports to enable the user to quickly peel the supports away from the part, leaving a smooth surface finish and eliminating the need for additional finishing. With RIZE ONETOUCH software, users can quickly and easily apply text, images and texture maps to monochrome part files and import color CAD files.
• Full, CMYK color 3D printing with best-in-class Z-strength
• Runs multiple materials: RIZIUM ONE, RIZIUM BLACK and the new RIZIUM CARBON and RIZIUMENDURA materials
• Minimal pre- and post-processing provide the fastest time to part
• Easy to operate with an auto-leveling build plate, automatic filament changeover and intuitive
high-resolution touch screen for access to part library, build management and system
• Heated build chamber for industrial part strength and accuracy
• Safe process and materials for office compatibility
• Secure; Internet/Cloud connectivity optional
• Four-channel color and dedicated Release Ink channel
• Device dimensions: 21.4” H x 36” W x 25.4” D (535 x 915 x 647mm)
• Build volume: 12”x 8” x 8” (310 x 200 x 200mm)
• Weight: 135 lbs (61kg)
• Layer thickness: .250mm or .125mm
• Resolution: x/y 300dpi; Z 200dpi at .125mm layer thickness
• Accuracy: X/Y: +/- .127mm, or +/-.003mm/mm, whichever is greater and Z: +/- layer thickness
(.250mm or .125mm)
With an MSRP of $55K USD (and €55K Euro), XRIZE will be available in 2019.
RIZIUM™ CARBON Material
RIZIUM CARBON is an engineering-grade thermoplastic filament reinforced with carbon fiber for a
superior visual finish and higher modulus. RIZIUM CARBON is ideal for applications such as functional
prototyping for manufacturing.
RIZIUM™ ENDURA Material
RIZIUM ENDURA is a fiber-reinforced filament providing high-accuracy and high-impact strength. It is
ideal for large functional parts and is compatible with RIZE’s full-color inks.
RIZE CONNECT enables users to remotely manage and monitor their RIZE ONE and XRIZE 3D printers
from any location to improve production efficiency. Users can receive notifications, queue jobs and
manage an enterprise print farm from desktop and mobile devices. Using RIZE CONNECT, users can also
build greater security into their parts with digital part identification and other forms of part
augmentation, such as QR codes and version control for part traceability, compliance and authenticity.
RIZE CONNECT will be available in 2019.
“Our mission from the beginning has been inclusive and sustainable innovation,” said Andy Kalambi,
President and CEO of RIZE. “With this approach, we can take additive manufacturing anywhere and to
everyone. The way to do that is to make industrial 3D printing easy, safe and fully digital. Our innovative
platform approach is the core to driving sustainable innovation. With the launch of XRIZE, RIZIUM
CARBON, RIZIUM ENDURA and RIZE CONNECT, we are now realizing the potential of this platform,
providing our customers with maximum flexibility, complete ease of use and quickest ROI.”
RIZE will demonstrate its comprehensive suite of new and existing products November 13-16 at
Formnext in booth 3.1/C28. In addition, RIZE VP of Product, Kishore Boyalakuntla, will discuss this
announcement in detail during a presentation, RIZE: Announcing a Technology Platform for Connected
Innovation and Scale, on November 13, 2:45PM on the TCT Stage at Formnext.
RIZE is a Boston, USA-based company defining desktop additive manufacturing. RIZE’s first product,
RIZE™ ONE, won numerous industry and customer accolades. IDC named the Company a ‘2018
Innovator in 3D Printing Solutions’ and RIZE earned the 2018 Frost & Sullivan award for ‘Best Practices in
Technology Innovation in the Zero-Emission Polymer Material Additive Manufacturing industry.’
Prestigious organizations like NASA, US Army, US Navy and Merck have chosen the product for
supporting their additive manufacturing needs.
RIZE additive solutions combine simplicity, speed, safety, strength and security, all at the lowest cost of
ownership in the industry. For more information, visit www.rize3d.com.
Vice President of Marketing, RIZE Inc.
+1 978 699 3085 ext. 708
Cimquest Announces Partnership with Rize
Branchburg, NJ (October 12, 2017)
Cimquest has announced an agreement with Rize Inc. to sell and support the Rize 3D printing platform in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast territories, encompassing the state of Virginia all the way through Maine. In addition to their current offerings of HP and Desktop Metal 3D printers, Cimquest can now offer the Rize™ One powered by the patented Augmented Polymer Deposition (APD) process.
“With so many new introductions of 3D Printers over the last several years failing to meet customers’ expectations, it is very refreshing to see how Rize has hit the mark in quality, reliability and performance with the new Rize One 3D Printer, said Rob Hassold, Founder and CEO of Cimquest. “With the unmatched ability to produce uniform part strength in a machine that is environmentally safe, we are seeing amazing interest from many business sectors such as: schools and universities as well as military applications in confined spaces.”
“We are delighted to partner with Cimquest.” said Rize Founder and resident, Eugene Giller. “As one of the leading additive manufacturing and CAD/CAM integrators in North America, Cimquest is ideally positioned to bring the unique material properties and process benefits of Rize’s patented, APD technology to its customer base.”
Suitable for a lab, office or field environment, Rize™ One is the only 3D printer that harnesses Rize’s patented Augmented Polymer Deposition (APD) platform. APD involves the simultaneous extrusion of Rize’s own compound of engineering- and medical-grade thermoplastic and jetting functional inks wherever they are needed to change the material properties of the thermoplastic at the voxel level. This enables users to jet Release One ink between the support material and the part for quick, easy, clean and safe support removal with their hands. This can be immediately followed by printing and Marking Ink, for 3D printing detailed text and images in and on parts. Rize parts are watertight and have isotropic strength, are twice as strong as ABSplus and even stronger than polycarbonate and carbon fiber-reinforced parts in the Z-axis. They have a high HDT, can be sterilized and provide chemical resistance to acid, acetone, alcohol and more. Moreover, the APD process and materials are safe and environmentally friendly and the printer itself is desktop size, so it can be used virtually anywhere for fast, easy and affordable production of replacement and custom tooling, fixtures, jigs and end-use parts.
Cimquest will demonstrate Rize APD technology and the Rize One 3D printer at next week’s Advanced Manufacturing Expo, where Eugene will also deliver a presentation, “The Challenges Additive Manufacturing Technologies Face in Achieving Isotropic Strength