The E2CF is an IDEX 3D printer designed specifically for using carbon fiber-reinforced filaments in 3D printing. This desktop 3D printer is fantastic for production, prototyping, and other uses.
Industrial 3D Printing for Flexible Manufacturing
The E2CF is an IDEX 3D printer designed specifically for using carbon fibre-reinforced filaments in 3D printing. This desktop 3D printer is fantastic for production, prototyping, and other uses.
Carbon Fiber 3D Printing Made Simple
- Raise3D is the entry-level industrial-grade 3D printing here at SolidXperts. One of the best in terms of quality and price, Raise3D offers a wide range of products packed with innovative technologies and capabilities. The desktop-sized E Series, featuring the E2 and E2CF printers, is no exception to that description
- Low density, high strength carbon fiber reinforced filament is also heat, corrosion, and static electricity resistant. It has the potential for a wide range of applications in sectors like aviation and automotive that demand solutions with a high strength-to-weight ratio. The E2CF produces precise prints and is reliable, easy to operate, and steady when in use.
What features do you get with E2CF?
- IDEX System: The main innovation of the Raise3D E2 is its Independent Dual Extruders (IDEX) system. IDEX enable each extruder to move independently along the same axis during printing. This allows the E2 to print a reverse model simultaneously, without needing a new design file, in Mirror Mode, or an exact copy of the same part in
- Auto Bed Leveling: The E2 features Auto Bed Leveling. Auto Bed Leveling uses a sensor to measure the distance between the printing bed and the nozzle at different locations of the bed and uses this information to adjust the nozzle to make sure the right distance between the bed and the nozzles is maintained during printing. This means the extruder can adjust to minor surface contour changes, resulting in improved bed adhesion a better final print quality.
- HD Camera: The E2 features a camera to monitor the entire 3D printing process of every print job. This camera operates by connecting to RaiseCloud allowing users to keep track of every print job remotely. The ability to check the 3D printing process gives peace of mind.
- Power loss Recovery: Both a power outage and a filament outage (when the filament runs out) can cause a print job to be lost if they occur in the middle of the 3D printing process. However, the E2 has a filament run-out sensor on its extruders to alert when the filament is about to run out, and save the print job. It also has a power loss function to save its place and continue printing in the event of a power outage.
- ABS (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) is a thermoplastic 3D printing filament characterized by its reliability, stiffness, strength, and impact resistance. It also features higher dimensional stability and chemical resistance.
- ASA (Acrylic styrene-acrylonitrile) is an opaque thermoplastic 3D printing filament with similar mechanical properties to ABS but superior UV and weather resistance. Therefore, it is commonly used in outdoor applications which can retain their color and properties.
- PETG (Polyethylene terephthalate glycol-modified) is an industrial thermoplastic 3D printing filament with excellent chemical resistance. PETG is strong, durable, with good heat resistance, and easy to print.
- PLA (Polylactide) is a non-toxic, bio-based industrial thermoplastic that is 100% bio-degradable. It’s notable for being easy to print with, durable, and relatively strong, making it one of the most user-friendly 3D printing filaments available on the market.
PA (Polyamide, Nylon)
- Nylon or PA (Polyamide) is a widely applied engineering and industrial plastic due to its outstanding mechanical performance with good toughness, strength, and impact resistance. In addition, its low friction coefficient is ideal for ergonomic tools and moving parts.
- PA12 CF is a Polyamide 12 (PA12, Nylon 12)-based 3D printing filament, reinforced with Carbon Fiber. Carbon Fiber enhances Nylon’s stiffness, strength, rigidity, shrink ratio, and surface quality, as well as improving chemical and thermal resistance
- PC (Polycarbonate) is a strong thermoplastic 3D printing filament characterized by its excellent impact resistance, high stiffness, heat resistance, and flame-retardant properties. As a result, PC filament can absorb impact, prevent deformation or cracks, and maintain stability under high temperatures and flames. Due to its 110°C heat resistance, PC performs well in high-temperature environments, such as under the hood of a car.
- PP (Polypropylene) is a thermoplastic 3D printing filament and as well as being commonly used in daily life. PP filament is durable, break-resistant, fatigue-resistant, and semi-flexible. Parts that are 3D printed in PP are well-suited for uses that involve twisting, flexing, or bending. PP is also a contact-safe material for food, chemical, and medical applications, including orthopedic use due to its lightweight and low friction characteristics.
TPU (Thermoplastic polyurethane)
- TPU (Thermoplastic polyurethane) is a flexible and elastic 3D printing filament. Its rubber-like elasticity, resilience, and durability make it suitable for uses requiring impact absorption and a soft-touch surface.
- PPA GF is a glass fiber-reinforced composite filament material based on PPA. It is distinguished from aliphatic polyamides (e.g.PA6) by higher melting point, glass transition temperatures (Tg), lower moisture absorption, and greater dimensional stability. The incorporation of short glass fibers further improves upon the properties of PPA matrix.
- PPA CF Filament is a carbon fiber-reinforced composite filament material based on PPA. Thanks to its high-performance Nylon matrix, this composite filament has superior mechanical and thermal properties than other Nylon filaments. The PPA CF has a lower density, lower moisture absorption, high strength and rigidity, high wear and creep resistance, and excellent chemical and heat resistance.
- ESD-safe filament is designed for use in critical applications that require electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection. Thanks to additives in the base material, usually ABS, PETG, or PC, the surface resistance of the printed part falls in the range of ESD-safe or dissipative material category (105 to 1012Ω/sq).
- Flame retardant filament is a 3D printing material that is well-suited for demanding applications that require flame resistance (electrical appliances, automobile components, aerospace, etc.).
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3rd Party Materials, FDM
ABS, PLA, TPU