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What is Raise3D?

Raise3D is a leading manufacturer of industrial FFF 3D printers. They work with many materials and have features for high precision and top-quality parts. Raise3D's easy software and strong support show their dedication to users. They are known for innovation, rigorous quality standards, and reliability in 3D printing. Become a pioneer in flexible manufacturing. Produce custom parts on demand in no time!

Top companies trust Raise3D: More than 15,000 firms, schools, and non-profits worldwide rely on Raise3D machines. Clients include the U.S. Air Force, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Nissan, Honda, BASF, UPS, Intel, Western Digital, Universal Studios, Delta Air Lines, American Express, Honeywell, 21st Century Fox, Macy's, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Tesla, CDW, Rockwell Collins, and Wesco.

Award-Winning FFF 3D Printers: Raise3D has won several awards. These include the CES Innovation Award 2017, the "Best Large-Format 3D Printer" by All3DP, the iF Design Award 2022 and the Red Dot Design Award 2022.

Local Support Team in 4 regions: technical support centers in Irvine, California, USA, Stafford, TX, USA, Rotterdam, Netherlands, Shanghai, China.

In 2015, Raise3D authorized Top 3D Shop as its reseller. We have sold over 500 Raise3D additive manufacturing systems. As for support, so far we solved 100% of our clients' support tickets for Raise3D.

What do experts think about Raise3D?

"We've worked with Raise3D for years and always admire their machine quality, engineering prowess and reliability. Users create print farms using Raise3D's technologies, filaments, and support. It's tough for new players, from Europe or China, to match Raise3D. Factors like support, ready-to-use printing profiles, and focus on speed and precision make their solutions stand out. We'd recommend Raise3D to businesses wanting to scale production." - Philip Geller, Lead Solutions Specialist at Top 3D Shop.

Why buy Raise3D 3D Printers?

Precision that Hits the Bullseye: Dream of ultra-precise printing? Known for their rigorous quality standards, Raise3D printers have a special motion system. They offer a minimum layer height of 0.01 mm. This means your prototypes and parts are not just made, they're crafted with extreme precision standards. It's the difference between "almost right" and "absolutely perfect."

A Marathon Runner in a World of Sprinters. With the stamina of a marathon runner and the heart of a sprinter, Raise3D printers are built for both durability and speed. Capable of handling a vast array of filaments—PLA, ABS, TPU, CF-PA, PC, you name it—up to temperatures of 300℃. They're like a dependable engineering friend, always there for you, through every prototype.

The Print Whisperer: Imagine the last part of an all-night print. The fear of a print failure is real. Raise3D's advanced motion controller and filament runout sensor make printing as smooth as a jazz solo. With electronic dual extrusion and a remote interface, it's like your 3D printer knows your needs. It's the Gandalf to your Frodo in the 3D printing adventure.

The Michelangelo of 3D Printing Software: Enter the world of Raise3D's ideaMaker. This easy software has support from over 800,000 users. It offers advanced features, such as adaptive layer height and custom supports. There are also ready-made profiles for over 50 filament makers. Your prints will be more than good; they'll be stunning. It's like Michelangelo guiding your hand, making every layer a tribute to your creativity.

Max Value, Min Spend: Imagine top-tier 3D printing without breaking the bank. Raise3D makes it possible. Why eye the Ultimaker S7's steep $8,299 tag? Choose the Raise3D Pro series instead. You get more space, higher temperatures, and a direct-drive extruder perfect for TPU. For those counting pennies, it's a no-brainer. You get dual extrusion, a 605 mm Z-axis, and great quality. The Raise3D Pro2 Plus starts at just $3,999. It's like getting a luxury suite for the price of a motel. Raise3D 3D Printers are a smart investment, stretching dollars without compromising dreams.

Which Raise3D 3D Printer should I buy?

Here is a list of some of the various Raise3D 3D Printers to choose from as well as what standard features to look out for:

Raise3D Pro3 Series: The Professional Dual Extruder Printers for Large-Format 3D Prints

Raise3D Pro3 FFF 3D Printer: Imagine speeds up to 150 mm/s, or 300 mm/s with the Hyper FFF Speed upgrade. Projects come to life fast. For example, a Manifold print took 61 hours, but with the upgrade, it was just 17 hours and 45 minutes. The build volume is 300 x 300 x 300 mm, big enough for large ideas. It handles materials like PLA, ABS, PETG, Polycarbonate, and Carbon Fiber Nylon. Features include dual extrusion, auto bed leveling, retracting hot ends, interchangeable nozzles and HEPA air filtration. It's ideal for detailed prototypes or end-use parts in engineering.

Raise3D Pro3 Plus FFF 3D Printer: All the greatness of the Pro3, but with more room to stretch its legs—up to 300 x 300 x 605 mm, to be exact. Large build volume indeed. Ideal for when you're thinking big or going home with batch productions.

Raise3D Pro3 Series vs. Raise3D Pro2 Series

Large build volume remains the signature mark of both generations. Yet the Raise3D Pro3 Series introduced several updates over the Pro2 Series: a redesigned extruder for reduced clogging, automatic bed leveling for consistent prints, improved airflow management for stable printing conditions, and the addition of an intelligent assistant named EVE for troubleshooting and maintenance reminders and education. The Pro2 3D Printer is discontinued, but the Pro2 Plus is still available in the USA and Europe.

Raise3D E2 Series: The Jack-of-All-Trades Desktop 3D printer

Raise3D E2 FFF 3D Printer: Speedy yet meticulous, with up to 100 mm/s and a build volume tailored for versatility (330 x 240 x 240 mm). It plays nice with a variety of materials, including the flexible ones. Independent dual extruders make it a whiz at mirror and duplicate printing, and safety features like power resume give you peace of mind. A hit in classrooms, small businesses, and with designers who value flexibility. 

Raise3D E2CF FFF 3D Printer: Tailored for the tough stuff, like carbon fiber reinforced filaments, this printer brings durability to the table. Hardened steel nozzles, independent dual extruders and specialized slicing profiles mean business, catering to those advanced projects in automotive, aerospace, and beyond.

Raise3D Industrial Grade 3D Printers: The Big League

Raise3D RMF500 FFF 3D Printer: Designed for the heavy hitters, this printer is all about large-scale production without compromising on speed. Precise positioning, a hefty build volume of 500 x 500 x 500 mm and compatibility with high-performance composite materials like Carbon Fiber Nylon make it a powerhouse. The high-temperature extruder and heated build chamber are just what you need for those big, bold projects in automotive and aerospace.

Raise3D MetalFuse 3D Printer: A game-changer that combines FFF 3D printing process with metal, thanks to a debinding and sintering process. A complete solution. While it cannot print large-format parts, the maximum part size is around 4 inches, it opens up a world of possibilities for complex metal parts, serving up strength and precision for industries in need of metal components that traditional methods can't touch.

Raise3D DF2 Resin 3D Printers: Unleashing Precision in Desktop 3D Printing

The Raise3D DF2 DLP 3D Printer: Crafted for experts requiring top-notch precision and surface quality in their prints, especially in sectors like jewelry, dental, and prototyping, focusing on small batch production. It shines in producing intricate models and high-resolution prints, ensuring a smooth workflow for users who demand excellence from their prints.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What materials are supported by Raise3D 3D Printers?

Raise3D includes a comprehensive selection of 3D printing filaments to facilitate flexible manufacturing and improve precision standards. Their filament range is categorized based on application type:

  • Hyper FFF™ Technology Filaments: Hyper Speed Filament (PLA and ABS) and Hyper Core Filament (ABS CF15) designed for high-speed 3D printing with Hyper FFF upgrade.

  • General Use Filaments: PLA, PETG, ABS, ASA, HIPS, PVA.

  • Production End-Use Filaments: Advanced materials such as Carbon Fiber Reinforced (PA12 CF+, PPA CF, PET CF), Glass Fiber Reinforced (PPA GF, PET GF), PC, TPU, PP, and PA, offering enhanced properties for industrial applications.

  • Special Application Filaments: ESD-Safe (PETG ESD Filament), Flame Retardant, and Support Materials (PVA+, PA12 CF Support, PPA Support, PET Support), tailored for specific requirements.

  • Metal Filaments: Metal materials designed for metal 3D printing, such as BASF Ultrafuse® 316L and Ultrafuse® 17-4 PH.

The certified ready-to-print profiles for these filaments are available in the Ideamaker Library. Produce custom manufacturing solutions without the expensive trial-and-error.

What parts and accessories are available with the Raise3d 3D Printers?

Raise3D offers nozzles, hot end assemblies, build surfaces, silicone covers, thermocouplers, heater rods, cooling fans, extruder components, filament sensors, flexible plates, couplers, webcams, cables, printer carts, motion controller boards, endstop boards, filters, steppers, gears, filament tubes, auto-leveling systems, acrylic lids, and silicon carbide assemblies.

What is the Open Filament Program (OFP)?

The OFP is a collaboration between Raise3D and filament manufacturers to certify filaments for Raise3D 3D printers. The program provides specific printing settings for approved filaments, enhancing reliability and success in printing. The full list is available at the ideaMaker Library: https://www.ideamaker.io/.

What is Ideamaker and RaiseCloud?

Ideamaker and RaiseCloud offer a seamless workflow with Full Adjustment Control. Ideamaker converts 3D models into print-ready files with advanced customization, while RaiseCloud facilitates remote management and monitoring of these printing operations. Together, they offer a comprehensive set of solutions to create physical copies of 3D models. Supported File Types: STL/ OBJ/ 3MF.

What is Raise3D Academy?

Raise3D Academy is a training platform aimed at advancing 3D printing education. It offers comprehensive resources and courses on additive manufacturing. This initiative underscores Raise3D's commitment to supporting education in the field of additive manufacturing. Learn more: https://www.raise3d.com/academy/

What is the difference between a flexible build plate used by Raise3D 3D Printers and a glass build plate used by Ultimaker?

A flexible build plate, like those used by Raise3D 3D Printers, allows for easy removal of prints by bending, whereas a glass build plate, used by Ultimaker, offers a smooth surface but requires prints to be removed with tools. This is much more convenient for large-format prints.

Do Raise3D 3D Printers have any Certifications?

Raise3D are certified with ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certifications.

What is the Raise3D's warranty policy?

Raise3D's warranty policy offers protection for their 3D printers and parts, starting from the purchase date with an initial one-year period, extendable through the RaiseShield program for additional one or two years. Learn the full terms at https://www.raise3d.com/download/raise3d-limited-warranty-all-versions/.

What is the power supply output of the Raise3D 3D printers?

The power supply output for the Raise3D printers is as follows:

  • Raise3D Pro2 Series and Pro3 Series: 24 V DC, 600 W
  • Raise3D E2 and E2CF: 24 V DC, 350 W
  • Raise3D Forge1: 24 V DC, 600 W

What are the connectivity options of the Raise3D printers?

  • Ethernet: Available on the Forge1, Pro3 Series, E2, and Pro2 Series.
  • Wi-Fi: Available on the Pro3 Series, E2, and Pro2 Series.
  • USB port: Available on the Forge1, Pro3 Series, E2, and Pro2 Series.

What is operating ambient temperature of the Raise3D printers?

15-30ºC (59-86ºF), with a humidity range of 10-90% RH non-condensing for the Pro3 Series, E2, and Pro2 Series.

Do Raise3D products from the Pro Series have a resume print function?

Yes, Raise3D Pro Series printers feature a resume print function, known as Power Loss Recovery. As a result, there is no need in the UPS battery installation.

What is the noise emission level of the Raise3D Pro2 and E2 series?

The noise emission level for the Pro and E2 Series is <50 dB(A) during operation.

What is the max nozzle temperature of the Raise3D Pro3 series?

It is 300ºC.

What Raise3D products have a live camera?

The Pro3 Series, E2, and Pro2 Series have a live camera.

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