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Raise3D Unveils Hyper FFF , faster 3D Printing

November 11, 2022

Cornerstone for Flexible Manufacturing

 


Hyper FFF™
is a system designed for efficiency and performance, increasing the yield rate of FFF printing without sacrificing printed part quality.

Active Vibration Cancellation Algorithm


The active vibration cancellation algorithm is at the heart of the Hyper FFF technology. When the printer head makes a high-speed direction change, the algorithm will calculate an optimized acceleration pattern and absorb the excess vibration.

The processor divides the single acceleration command into two equivalent accelerations by measuring the natural frequency of the extruder head, resulting in two reverse vibration waves that cancel their own vibration during the reverse phase, allowing the printer head to minimize its own friction and shaking while using the same hardware.

Hardware


Despite the extremely high printing speeds, the role of hardware is critical in delivering high-quality printing results when it comes to high-speed printing.

The Pro3 Series’ strong and stable frame ensures high dimensional accuracy and excellent surface quality, withstanding the effects of extremely high acceleration and high speeds. Additionally, its advanced onboard processors can handle over six hundred thousand steps per second and implement the active vibration cancellation algorithm on Pro3 Series 3D printers.

But this disruptive technology is not just for the Pro3 Series. Raise3D is working to bring it to more printer lines in the future, in such a way that existing customers can also always benefit from it.

Filaments

The Hyper Speed line filaments are designed to withstand the higher speeds and yet still maintain high quality.

With optimized and balanced molecular weight, Hyper Speed ABS  and Hyper Speed PLA have higher flowability and lower heat capacity. Melting and cooling are both faster. As a result, the surface quality of parts printed using Hyper Speed filaments is smooth and most of the sharp details are maintained.

The Hyper Core line filaments will also be launched, designed for industrial and end-use parts production, as well as heavy-duty applications.

Software

Raise3D always constantly develops slicing software for its users to have available the latest filament profiles and make the most of the printer’s potential. The software capability developed by Raise3D is an important component of the Hyper FFF™, to achieve its goal of high speed printing.

A newer version of ideaMaker, compatible with Hyper Speed printing, will become available.

Purchase your Hyper Speed Upgrade Kit here.



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