Raise3D’s newly launched Pro3 Series professional dual extrusion 3D printers meet the needs of both production and multi-sized rapid prototyping
The Pro 3 series of printers fully integrate with Raise3D’s software ecosystem, which includes a 3D slicing program, ideaMaker. An open-sourced template library for many different print profiles and a cloud-based 3D Printing software called RaiseCloud
Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)
300 × 300 × 605mm
E2CF is a desktop 3D printer developed by Raise3D for carbon fiber-reinforced filaments and other composite materials.
Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)
330 × 240 × 240mm
The E2CF and E2 are IDEX 3D printers. IDEX stands for independent dual extruders meaning the extruders can operate independently of one another along the same axis during printing to perform more advanced functions.
With IDEX, one extruder can remain motionless and off to the side while the second extruder prints the model, minimizing the risk of the nozzle on the motionless extruder interfering with the print job during dual or single extrusion printing.
Mirror Mode is a feature that enables a 3D printer with independent dual extruders to print two identical or symmetrical models simultaneously.
Duplication Mode is synchronized printing, meaning it uses both extruders to print a model and an exact copy of that model at the same time. It can double production capability within the same time frame.
The built-in suspension trays are used to place the filament and allow material to be pulled more smoothly. When closed, they can effectively prevent dust and moisture from affecting the material, for a period of up to 30 days
PVA+ is a polyvinyl alcohol (PVA)-based cold water-soluble support filament for FFF 3D printing with dual extruders. The material has enhanced thermal stability, and is compatible with generic 3D printing materials, including PLA, PETG, PA (nylon), etc., making it an ideal support material for various types of filaments
PETG has strong, durable properties and good heat resistance just like ABS, but easier to print. Parts printed with PETG are not only widely used in the prototyping stage of product development, but also in later stages of function testing and parts assembly.
TPU-95A (thermoplastic polyurethane) is a flexible and elastic 3D printing filament. Its rubber-like elasticity, resilience, and durability make it suitable for uses requiring impact-absorption and a soft-touch surface.
PC or Polycarbonate is one of the advanced industrial thermoplastics, which is extremely tough, durable and with great firmness.
ASA, which stands for acrylic styrene-acrylonitrile, is an amorphous, opaque thermoplastic that is structurally similar to ABS. ASA is significantly more resistant to UV light and weathering.
ABS or Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene is one of the most widely used industrial thermoplastics, which has great mechanical properties and good heat resistance up to 90°C.
PLA or Polylactic acid is a bio-degradable industrial thermoplastic, which is easy to print, durable and relatively strong. It is also non-toxic and free of unpleasant odor.
The Pro3 Series has a built-in EVE assistant system, preloaded with common printing problems and corresponding solutions. The EVE assistant can guide users to accurately locate and resolve issues that could affect the final print job. The EVE assistant has a function that gives users reminders about regular scheduled interventions to ensure that printer maintenance is performed on time. It also helps reduce maintenance times and communication costs for an efficient maintenance process.
RaiseCloud is web based 3D printing platform that remotely controls, monitors and reports your teams entire print production process at a glance. RaiseCloud allows companies to easily manage any number of users, printers and print tasks in one customizable module. Users can control workflow management, monitor pertinent data and remotely modify parameters with a click of the mouse.
ideaMaker has built-in support for the Raise3D ecosystem. The Raise3D ecosystem contains 3D printers, RaiseCloud, and ideaMaker Library. All these tools are now accessible from ideaMaker with only one click. Users can easily access and download ready-to-use, new slicing templates from ideaMaker Library without any manual setup. Then users can assign the 3D printing task to either RaiseCloud for remote monitoring and batch management, or OctoPrint for initiating third-party 3D printers in just one click.