Sindoh Co., Ltd. To expand its 3D Printing offering with RIZIUM composite materials

RIZE and Sindoh Co., Ltd. have announced a new partnership that will enable users to produce safe and sustainable 3D printed products.

The South Korea-based 3D printer manufacturer will leverage RIZIUM composite materials for its desktop 2X and the industrial 7X printers.

Sindoh is a long-established company in South Korea’s printing market. Founded in 1960, the company gained awareness with its line of copiers, fax and digital multi-function printers (MFP). In the European 3D printing market, the company is known for its collaboration with Japanese brand Mimaki in the development of an FDM 3D Printer.

As for Rize, the US-based company has already shared a few industrial applications of its industrial 3D Printer. Last year, the company reached a milestone by increasing safety and sustainability in the use of its device.

This collaboration is an opportunity for both companies as it sheds light upon another spectrum of their respective activities.

Indeed, as part of this partnership, Sindoh will offer customers the option of using RIZE’s patented RIZIUM™ filament-based, engineering-grade extruded polymers in the 7X large-format 3D printer member of its 3DWOX line as well as the 2X compact sub-$4K 3D printer.

With a 380 x 390 x 450 mm build size, the first 3D printer is designed for industrial uses whereas the company targets the educational market with the other 3D Printer.

Speaking of these materials, Rize explains that their materials deliver industrial strength, high durability and enable a wide range of applications in the design process and end-use parts.

We’re seeing the next generation of fused filament fabrication arrive on the market, with solutions using higher performance materials at lower total operating costs that are enabling applications like tooling jigs and fixtures, and even functional parts and prototypes,” said Tim Greene, research director, 3D printing, at IDC.

These new materials are strong, durable, moisture resistant and safe from emitting volatile organic compound (VOCs), while allowing lower levels of material waste. Engineering and design companies that want to give their teams the best tools to achieve the best outcomes should look carefully at these next-generation options and when the time is right to bring them onboard,” IDC’s Greene said.

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