Raise3D Raise3D Forge1 Starter Bundle


The Raise3D Forge1 is a metal FFF 3D printer designed for rapid prototyping and small-batch production of "green" parts. It is compatible with BASF metal 3D printer filament, includes ideaMaker for Metal slicing software, and offers a complete post-processing solution with MetalFuse. The Forge1 supports dual-extrusion, ensures repeatability, and provides high-accuracy prints, with a max build volume of 300×300×300mm.

  • Dual-extrusion for complex designs
  • High-accuracy and repeatability
  • "Green" parts compatible with MIM
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Rapidly prototype and produce small batches of "green" parts on the Forge1 3D printer. With user-friendly features and robust construction designed by trusted industry leader Raise3D, reliably manufacturing metal parts via in-house FFF technology is more accessible than ever.

Key Features of the Raise3D Forge1 3D Printer:

  • Produce "green" parts via FFF additive manufacturing
    • Complete post-process solution available with MetalFuse
  • Engineered to succeed with BASF's metal 3D printer filament
  • Accessibly achieve cost-effective, scalable on-demand production
  • Comes with ideaMaker for Metal slicing software for optimal metal 3D printing
  • Prints of the Forge1 are compatible with MIM (metal injection molding)
  • Max Build Volume: 300×300×300mm

Print Reliable Green Parts

It's vital to manufacture reliable "green" parts during the first part of the FFF metal 3D printing production process. Enter the Raise3D Forge1—the FFF metal 3D printer engineered to deliver a stable foundation from the get-go. Advantages of producing "green" parts on the Forge1 include:

  • Dual-Extrusion—optional support material use for complicated designs
  • Repeatability—consistently produce complex parts
  • High-Accuracy—provide high accuracy for assembly
Raise3D Forge1 3D printer extruding BASF Ultrafuse metal 3D printer filament
Multiple green 3D printed parts produced by the Raise3D Forge1 sitting on a tray inside the Raise3D D200-E debinding machine


Raise3D worked closely with Forward AM during the development process to ensure the Forge1 3D printer seamlessly works well with their popular BASF line of metal 3D printer filaments. Using the Raise3D Forge1 with BASF Ultrafuse will yield high-strength green parts that are widely compatible with the MIM industry.


To ensure your workflow is streamlined from the get-go, Raise3D includes a special ideaMaker for Metal slicer software that's designed to reduce the complexity of metal 3D printing file preparation and increase accessibility.

  • Included with every Forge1
  • Provides validated metal filament templates
  • Easily and automatically set shrink compensation size for green parts
ideaMaker for Metal is optimized to succeed with metal 3D printing on Raise3Ds line of metal 3D printing products
Raise3D Metal Fuse consists of the Raise3D Forge1 3D printer, Raise3D D200-E debinding machine, and S200-C sintering machine


Consisting of the Forge1 3D printer, D200-E debinding machine, and S200-C sintering machine, MetalFuse is Raise3D's line of essential hardware for manufacturing metal parts.

Confidently save big on time and cost throughout the entire process with this complete in-house solution engineered to quickly meet on-demand rapid prototyping and small-batch production needs.

What's Included with the Raise3D Forge1 3D Printer?

Raise3D Forge1 3D Printer Raise3D Forge1 3D Printer Starter Bundle
Machine Only Starter Bundle
1 × Raise3D Forge1 3D Printer 1 × Raise3D Forge1 3D Printer
1 × BASF Ultrafuse 316L - 1.75mm (3kg)
1 × BASF Ultrafuse 17-4 PH - 1.75mm (3kg)
1 × Dimafix Adhesive Pen
1 × Launchpad Virtual Expert Setup
      Assistance (1 hour)
1 × 17-4 PH Processing Ticket (Standard)*
1 × 316L Processing Ticket (Standard)*
*Processing Tickets (Standard) are for outsourcing the process of debinding and sintering up to 1kg worth of "green" parts to the professionals at DSH Technologies. Standard means that the return shipments of the metal parts will arrive within the average standard ground shipping time. An expedited option is available for purchase in the tickets linked above. It is highly encouraged to use Raise3D's closed-loop metal production solution (MetalFuse), but this alternative option is available if you do not have access to your own debind and sinter machine.

What are the Technical Specifications of the Raise3D Forge1?

Machine Type 3D Printer
Technology Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) /
Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
Filament Diameter 1.75mm
Extrusion Dual (w/ electronic lifting system)
Assembly Fully-Assembled
Machine Dimensions
(W × D × H)
620mm × 626mm × 1390mm
24.4" × 24.6" × 54.7"
Net Weight 80.55kg (177.58lbs)
Single-Extrusion Build Volume
(W × D × H)
300mm × 300mm × 300mm
11.8" × 11.8" × 11.8"
Dual-Extrusion Build Volume
(W × D × H)
255mm ×300mm × 300mm
10" × 11.8" × 11.8"
XYZ Step Size 0.078125 micron
Print Head Travel Speed 30 - 150mm/s
Max Nozzle Temperature 300ºC
Nozzle Diameter 0.4 mm (Default), 0.2/0.6 mm (Available)
Max Build Plate Temperature 120ºC
Build Plate Glass Build Plate
Heated Bed Material Silicone
Build Plate Leveling Auto-Leveling
Connectivity Wi-Fi, LAN, USB port, Live camera
Noise Emission (Acoustic) <55 dB(A) when building
Operating Ambient Temperature 15-30ºC, 10-65% RH non-condensing
Storage Temperature -25°C to +55°C, 10-65% RH non-condensing
Power Supply Input 100-240 V AC, 50-60 Hz 230 V @ 3.3 A
Power Supply Output 24 V DC, 600 W
Material Type Metals (BASF Ultrafuse 316L, 17-4 PH)*
Support layer material: aluminum oxide
   (BASF Ultrafuse Support Layer)**
Slicing Software ideaMaker for Metal
Supported OS WINDOWS
Onboard Control 7-inch touchscreen display
Network Connectivity WLAN and Ethernet
Power Loss Recovery Second generation version, built into hardware,
batteries not necessary
Screen Resolution 1024 × 600 px
Motion Controller Atmel ARM Cortex-M4 120 MHz FPU
Logic Controller NXP ARM Cortex-A9 Quad 1 GHz
Memory 1 GB

* Metal materials are used to print parts and supports.
** The support layer material can’t be printed on its own and is only used for layer isolation, allowing for good separation between the support and the prints after sintering. Note this support material is only available for customers located within the European Union, Albania, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, North Macedonia, Norway, San Marino, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey, and the United Kingdom at this time.

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