The journey of RYSE 3D from a small startup in a garage to its global ambitions –


RYSE 3D, a company based in Shipston-on-Stour in the UK, is making waves in the international market. Founded in 2017 by Mitchell Barnes, the company is focused on becoming a leader in 3D printing and the development of scalable and cost-effective technologies. Despite uncertainties surrounding Brexit, RYSE 3D has established itself as a key player in the automotive sector, working on 14 hyper-car projects and supplying integral parts to the next generation of vehicles.

At only 27 years old, Barnes recalls the company’s beginnings during his last year at university. He expressed that their goal is to change the perception that 3D printing is only useful for prototyping or sample parts. RYSE 3D has invested over £1 million in their Warwickshire headquarters since its establishment, with plans to double their capacity and create a technology hub in the UK.

Barnes highlighted that their ability to optimize parts and replace costlier alternatives with 3D printed production components has attracted major automotive companies. However, RYSE 3D’s innovative approach extends beyond the automotive industry. They also work with motorcycle manufacturers, last-mile delivery providers, and other emerging sectors. In fact, 40 percent of their operations serve international clients, indicating their expanding global presence.

The company’s rapid growth is evident in their workforce, which has increased by over 200 percent in just nine months. RYSE 3D promises its customers quick production and prototype solutions, accompanied by structured advice and support. In line with their commitment to sustainability, RYSE 3D utilizes manufacturing technologies that use plant-based engineering-grade nylon derived entirely from castor beans. This aligns with their eco-conscious ethos, and their precision enables the creation of parts as small as 1mm x 1mm.

From their humble beginnings in a small garage with a homemade 3D printer, RYSE 3D has come a long way. Their current 8,000 sq ft Warwickshire facility showcases their growth and success. With clients like Lotus and Aston Martin, RYSE 3D has solidified its role as an essential player in the industry.

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