The pro3 Series from Raise 3D, a smarter printer In the last quarter of 2021, Raise3D is launching its Pro3 Series of extrusion-based printers.
An upgrade from the Pro2 Series comes with industrial-grade repeatability, improved usability, and overall higher performance.
The series is aimed at customers using 3D printing in agile or small-batch production.
Coming in two sets of 3D printers.
it features a smaller type with a build volume of 300 x 300 x 300mm.
and a larger format Pro3 Plus featuring a build volume measuring 300 x 300 x 605mm.
The pro3 series has a wide range of use cases with its segments and is capable of printing most filaments that eject up to 300 degrees C. Quoting the CEO of Raise3D Global, “the Pro2 series launched in 2018 and with a favourable market response to the Pro2 series,
“We started aiming at implementing flexible manufacturing solutions with 3D printing’.
By kicking off the Pro3 series, we can move forward with achieving flexible manufacturing”.
Raise 3D’s pro3 boasts of a Dual-Extrusion Structure
Equipped with an independent modular extruder with a dual-extrusion structure, the Pro3 series can print a wide range of filaments while reducing clogging and allowing easy detachment and replacement of components.
Switching from abrasive to non-abrasive materials is easier with the new interchangeable hot-end system for users that either use different nozzle types or require printing at higher speeds.
Anyone using printers for Production and who wants to run a routine check should check out the pro3 series.
While the Pro2 has a factory calibration, the pro3 moves up a notch by having auto bed leveling.
Auto Bed reduces the time given to calibration and increases production speed.
In terms of safety, the two pro3 devices have an Airflow manager system positioned at the back,
mounted with a HEPA air filter,
it is aimed at regulating heat dissipation and airflow movement in the build chamber, as well as maintaining air supply for a pleasant printing environment.
The Eve System
The innovative Pro3 Series boasts a cutting-edge feature that sets it apart from its counterparts—an inbuilt intelligent system aptly named EVE, standing for Enhanced Virtual Expert. This groundbreaking EVE assistant is designed to revolutionize the 3D printing experience by offering unparalleled support throughout the entire printing process.
At the heart of this technological marvel is the Pro3 Series EVE assistant, a sophisticated tool that goes beyond the conventional expectations of a 3D printer. Not merely limited to the printing phase, EVE steps in as a virtual troubleshooter, capable of diagnosing and resolving any issues that may arise and potentially impact the quality of the final print. This invaluable assistance ensures a seamless and efficient printing experience for users, mitigating the frustration often associated with troubleshooting common printing challenges.
Furthermore, EVE extends its utility beyond issue resolution. This intelligent system takes a proactive approach to maintenance by continuously evaluating the printer’s overall system health. Users receive timely notifications and recommendations, guiding them on how to maintain and optimize their printers for peak performance. This not only enhances the longevity of the Pro3 Series but also empowers users with the knowledge to keep their equipment in optimal condition.
As anticipation builds for the Pro3 Series, slated for release in the fourth quarter of 2021, enthusiasts and industry professionals eagerly await the unveiling of this technological marvel. However, the exact release date remains shrouded in mystery, adding an element of suspense to the excitement surrounding this revolutionary 3D printer. The Pro3 Series EVE assistant is poised to redefine the landscape of 3D printing, promising a level of sophistication and user support that transcends the traditional boundaries of printer functionality. Stay tuned for the much-anticipated release, as the Pro3 Series with its EVE assistant prepares to make waves in the world of additive manufacturing.