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They currently offer multiple 3D printer options to suit any project, boasting some of the largest build volumes available along with a fully enclosed design.
All Raise3D 3D printers are available with dual extrusion and ship fully assembled, from the basic Raise3D N1 to the Raise3D N2 and Raise3D N2 Plus with a massive 12 x 12 x 24 inch build area.
The core design of the range is a fully enclosed build platform combined with a heated print bed, making it a great printer for ABS or Nylon material (both of which can warp if cooled too quickly).
The material options with Raise3D printers includes industry standards like PLA and ABS but also specialty filaments such as PETG and HIPS.
Each Raise3D printer also features an onboard battery backup so in the event of a power failure the printer will pause the current project and store its progress before shutting down.
The Raise3D N2 Plus has a huge build volume of 12″ x 12″ x 12″. Additionally, the entire printer is fully enclosed with a sturdy aluminum metal frame and ABS, acrylic, and poly-carbonate casing.
The fully enclosed design not only improves print quality when printing with materials such as ABS, but also greatly enhances the safety of the printer, making the N2 Plus a great fit for schools and businesses.
Printing with a Raise3D N2 3D printer is especially user-friendly due to a 7 inch full color touchscreen which allows for complete device control as well as print monitoring and fine tuning during a print. The functionality of this screen can also be accessed via wifi over a LAN setup, meaning you can control your Raise3D printer from anywhere in your home or office.
The touchscreen is also integrated with the N2’s print resuming feature, allowing you to immediately resume a print that was interrupted due to a power outage or accidental shut-off.
The Raise 3D N2 comes stock with a heated bed and their V2 Hot End capable of temperatures up to 300 C. This makes the N2 compatible with almost any material currently available, including PLA, ABS, PETG, Nylon, Carbon Fiber, TPU/TPE (Flexibles), and Metal Composites (with the upgrade to a wear resistant nozzle).
Important to note is that the Raise3D N2 does not come with dual extrusion as standard. For those folks who need dual extrusion, the Raise3D N2 Dual is your best bet. With dual extrusion, you can print with two different colors at the same time, or pair one material with a dissolvable support material like PVA and HIPS. With soluble support, you can print complex models with ease.
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