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Raise3D Products: 3D Printers, Nozzles, Filament and Parts
Raise3D is a leading manufacturer of industrial grade 3D printers with an emphasis on helping users achieve print reliability. Offering award winning 3D printers known for their rigorous quality standards, Raise3D 3D printers are built specifically to incorporate advanced materials and large build volumes to produce custom manufacturing on demand.
All Raise3D 3D Printers
Raise3D 3D Printers
Raise3D 3D Printers are reliable, affordable, and an excellent 3D Printer option for industrial and flexible manufacturing applications. All machines are available with dual extrusion and ship fully assembled, from the Pro2 — which set the benchmark and gold standard for serious 3D printing applications to the agile and large-scale production-oriented Pro3 Plus there is a Raise3D machine to match any application.
What Materials Can Raise3D 3D Printers Print?
Raise3D printers are capable of printing nearly every material available for desktop 3D printers up to 300°C. The most recent 3D printers to join the Raise3D catalog are the E2CF 3D printer and the Pro3 Series. The E2CF is optimized for printing carbon fiber composites such as PA12 CF as well as a specialized break-away support material. Here are examples of other materials Raise3D machines can print:
- PLA and Tough PLA
- PP (Polypropylene)
- PC (Polycarbonate)
- Wood Fill
- Glass Fiber Infused
- Metal Fill
- PA12 CF (Nylon Polyamide 12 reinforced with Carbon Fiber)
View all Raise3D compatible materials here.
How Much do Raise3D 3D Printers Cost?
- Raise3D Pro2 3D Printer Price: Starting at $3,999
- Raise3D Pro2 Plus 3D Printer Price: Starting at $5,999
- Raise3D E2 Industrial 3D Printer Price: Starting at $3,499
- Raise3D E2CF Industrial 3D Printer Price: Starting at $4,499
- Raise3D Pro3 3D Printer Price: Starting at $5,249
- Raise3D Pro3 Plus 3D Printer Price: Starting at $7,249
What Software Should I use for Raise3D 3D Printers?
All Raise3D printers connect seamlessly to ideaMaker and RaiseCloud. ideaMaker is a 3D Model slicer, that can easily modify and print 3D Printer STL files. The ideaMaker library allows users to share or download a variety of printable 3D models and printing profiles.
RaiseCloud is a web-based 3D printing management program that allows users to remotely monitor the entire production process across various devices. When used in tandem, ideaMaker and RaiseCloud connect to create an efficient and seamless workflow.
Do Raise3D 3D Printers have any Certifications?
Raise3D 3D printers are certified with ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certifications.
What are some Notable Features of Raise3D 3D Printers?
All Raise3D 3D printers come equipped with unique motion systems that allow users to consistently achieve superior part quality resolution in every print. From interchangeable nozzles which allow users to fine-tune details and precise positioning along the X/Y axis to unmatched layer resolutions down to 0.01mm minimum layer heights Raise3D 3D Printers consistently perform exceptionally. Other features include Electronically driven dual Extrusion with Retracting Hot Ends, Next Generation Motion Controllers, Built-in Print Recovery features, a Remote User Interface, HEPA Air Filtration, and Flexible build plate systems.
What Industries are Raise3D 3D Printers Suitable for?
Raise3D 3D Printers are trusted and used by over 15,000 Businesses, Schools, and Organizations. From the United States Military to well-known companies such as Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Nissan, Honda, BASF, UPS, Intel, Western Digital, Universal Studio, Delta Air Lines, American Express, Honeywell, Twenty-First Century Fox, Macy’s, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Tesla, CDW, Rockwell Collins, Wesco, and many more. Find out how Raise3D printers can be applied to your industry and needs.