The Raise3D Pro2 is an FDM professional 3D printer. This fully enclosed device ships already built. You’ll only have to unbox and plug it to start printing. It’s been successfully used in prototyping and small-scale manufacturing by professionals, makers, and companies worldwide. The printer sports a dual extrusion system with end-of-the-filament detection, quality optical end-stops, air-filtration system, and more. The functioning extruder is backed by advanced technology that automatically retracts the idle nozzles. The resume printing option allows recovering prints from where they left off. The printer provides wireless connectivity over Wi-Fi. The connectivity options alongside the remote monitoring control improve usability. The closed design makes the Pro2 quiet and safe. The machine is ideal for professionals but it is also a good choice for makers and hobbyists. Find more about it in the following review.
Thanks to the adoption of Raise3D additive manufacturing technologies, DRAKES has been able to print final pieces in-house speeding up the processing times and reducing downtimes.
Syther Gaming is a company committed to tabletop gaming development. It has been using Raise3D printers to produce reliable, near production quality parts for their board games. Unlike traditional design methods, 3D printing allows developing competitive and interactive components in no time. The picture shows one of their complex mechanisms.
The Raise3D Pro2 is an FDM 3D printer that can print layers at 10 microns. This way you can produce parts with very smooth exterior surfaces. The extreme resolution of the printer lets you create minute details and intricate shapes. The closed chamber and the heated bed reduce warping and shrinkage. An additional silicone heated pad enhances heat distribution improving the overall quality. The print recovery option and the material-end detection let you complete your print jobs with ease reducing printing failures.
The Raise3D Pro2 has 4 interchangeable nozzles of 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8 mm in diameter, giving you the best balance between speed and detail.
The print head runs on rods with linear bearings, making the design more simple, lightweight and effective, all characteristics that are desirable in a 3D printer.
Raise3D Pro2 prints with PLA, ABS, HIPS, TPU, PC, Nylon, TPE, FLEX, PETG, Metallic PLA, Wood PLA, Carbon Fiber and other materials.
The extruder comes with a fan for printing with PLA-type materials. By cooling the model down, it reduces warping, stringing and, generally, makes for higher quality prints. The fan also includes a fitted HEPA filter capable of trapping over 90% of toxic particles. Also, you can easily adjust the fan speed to regulate its cooling power.
On the picture below, you can see some screws and bolts printed with Raise3D PLA. They look highly accurate and seems to work perfectly.
Unlike many FDM printers, the Raise3D Pro2 has a heated print bed and closed print chamber, which means it can reliably print with ABS-type materials. Indeed, the enclosure ensures temperature stability being perfect for temperature-sensitive filaments. Still, the build plate features a magnetic removal mechanism to easily pop off the prints.
The following violin tailpiece designed by Vanessa has been printed with ABS. It took three hours and turned out good.
The Raise3D Pro2 supplies its own branded filament as well as runs the open filament program, providing recommendations on which filaments perform best with the machine.
The build area of 12 x 12 x 11.8 inches (305 x 305 x 300 mm) lets you print just about anything.
For example, one user 3D printed a huge robot made of several big parts interlocked together. It is 14-foot tall and has been built with more than eleven 3D printers, including a Raise3D Pro2. It took about 2,681 hours to complete the printing.
The printer can be controlled via PC or via a built-in, 7-inch color touch screen. The display lets you calibrate, monitor and modify 3D prints on the fly. The real-time preview keeps you constantly updated about the printing progresses.
The machine offers a variety of input options. You can easily print your 3D models from computer via WiFi, LAN or offline over a USB stick. You can keep an eye on things via the printer built-in camera.
The printer works with the IdeaMaker software which supports 3D models in STL, OBJ, 3MF formats. The software is available for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.
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Raise3D Pro2 is available in black. Its stylish look makes it ideal for both home and professional use.
The printer dimensions are 24.4 x 23.2 x 29.9 inches (620 x 590 x 760 mm). It weighs 97 lb (44kg). The spool holder is mounted inside.
The price of the Raise3D Pro2 is $3,999.00, which is reasonable considering its functionality.