Raise 3D expands its Portfolio with three machines Developed for flexible manufacturing

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Raise 3D a top manufacturer in FFF 3D printing this past summer unveiled its new portfolio of professional machines, the Pro3 Series along with the E2CF 3D printer developed for the manufacturing of carbon fibre parts.


to make certain, the launch of its new products, the producer is counting on its attested Europen partner OKM3D, which already is taking pre-orders for the new FFF solution through its network of specialised retailers.


While the printers are certainly interesting enough, what makes them special? and what should we expect from the producers?
Back in 2018 when Raise3D released its famous Pro2 range, it set out with the goal of increasing market standards by providing faster and larger machines.


Ever since then users’ expectations have changed,

now aimed at more flexible solutions,
Offering better productivity and consistency.
It is expected that the manufacturer is returning with plans to implement more dexterous production.

Pro 3 series


Very much like its Pro2 line, the Pro3 Series boasts 2 dual extrusion FFF printers:

The Pro3 has a print volume of 300x300x300m, and the Pro3 plus with a more robust volume of 300x300x605 mm.
Their attributes have been remodelled to give a better user experience and more consistency in part production

while keeping exceptional quality,


A perfect example of this is the integration of a modular extruder with two nozzles that can be switched very fast (interchangeable heads)

, a flexible printing plate for easy removal of oars,

airflow manager for heat dissipation, air circulation and automatic calibration by both printers.

Attributes of The Proseries


Another fact about the Pro3 Series is the intelligent EVE assistants that point out usual printing problems and gives solutions accordingly.
it also has an “alarm clock” notifying the user of maintenance tasks that need to be done,

decreases machine downtime and provides optimal service life.
quality in mind, we believe that pro3 will have an impact on 3D printing as it is easily scalable with the Raise 3D ecosystem ideaMaker ad RaiseCloud.”

Timmy Schramm,

CEO of OKM3D further says
” Raise 3D has made a large effort listening to the feedbacks of its customer base.

Due to this

, the Pro3 series was born, with all the groundbreaking features needed to make 3D printing truly accessible,

a UI friendly production system,

consistency and uptime in mind.


it is truly a machine designed to be as flexible with production Raise 3D a top manufacturer in FFF 3D printing this past summer unveiled its new portfolio of professional machines,

the Pro3 Series along with the E2CF 3D printer developed for the manufacturing of carbon fibre parts.
to make certain, the launch of its new products,

the producer is counting on its attested Europen partner OKM3D,

which already is taking pre-orders for the new FFF solution through its network of specialised retailers.


While the printers are certainly interesting enough,

what makes them special?

and what should we expect from the producers?
Back in 2018 when Raise3D released its famous Pro2 range,

it set out with the goal of increasing market standards by providing faster and larger machines.
Ever since then users’ expectations have changed,

now aimed at more flexible solutions,
Offering better productivity and consistency.
It is expected that the manufacturer is returning with plans to implement more dexterous production.

Raise3D’s E2CF printer for Carbon fibre filled parts


With more users looking to develop lightweight, sturdy parts that can endure varying stress degrees,

more are turning to composite materials,

particularly carbon fibre,

which has a very light attribute while displaying durability comparable to steel.
Raise 3d to meet the increased requirements of manufacturers and professionals designed the E2CF 3D printer,

An FFF machine developed to produce parts loaded with carbon fibre,
Integrated with an IDEX extruder and a print volume of 330x240x240 mm,

it boasts silicon carbide nozzles that can resist wear and provide good heat conductivity.
The machine with all this can process abrasive materials.

Meeting user requirements

Raise3D suggests the use of its PA12 CF filament, braced with short carbon fibres, and its support material. In the future, the manufacturer aims to design more materials such as PPS CF, PPA CF and PET CF. The aim is to offer a wide array of materials to meet the requirements of users looking for, rigidity, strength and lightness.

The new Raise3D E2CF printer is a complete solution to meet the needs of this type of filling material: reinforced extrusion and ultra abrasion-resistant nozzles,

2 independent drying boxes to sustain the filaments, a range of technical filaments with associated support filaments,

all the profiles available on ideaMaker for easy use from the first print.

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