Bring real flexibility to your 3D printing! Ready to start thinking bigger? Looking for innovative ways to reduce your production or prototyping time while stepping up your manufacturing standards? What would you create if you had more than a dozen high-quality materials to choose from? Time to go Industrial and get high print quality, even from the roughest and toughest factory floors.
Raise3D Pro 3 Series
Industrial 3D Printing for Flexible Manufacturing
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The Raise3D Pro 3 Series, once again packed with innovative technologies and functionalities, features even more capable, and more robust.
Raise3D Pro3 Series, Enhanced Printing Platform Features
- The Raise3D Pro3 Series auto bed leveling makes setting up a 3D printer quicker and simpler.
- The Raise3D Pro3 Series flexible build plate allows for the effortless removal of 3D-printed parts.
- The Raise3D Pro3 Series Z-axis rod stiffness increased by 75% to deliver more stable performance.
What features do you get with Raise3D Pro3 Series?
Raise3D Pro3 Series Printer Specs
- 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.
- Raise3D Commercial PET GF is a PET-based glass fiber-reinforced polymer thread. (Polyethylene terephthalate). Glass fibers that are evenly distributed improve the stiffness, strength, thermal resistance, and chemical resistance of the PET matrix. With a tensile stiffness and strength of over 4.1 GPa and 70 MPa, respectively, PET GF after heating stabilizes its heat resistance at about 120 °C.
- 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.
- Due to its exceptional mechanical performance with excellent toughness, strength, and impact resistance, nylon or PA (Polyamide) is an extensively used engineering and industrial material. It is suitable for instruments, functional pieces, and end-use components. Additionally, its low coefficient of friction makes it perfect for moving components and ergonomic instruments.
Hyper Speed PLA
- One of the specifically created filaments from the High-speed filament range for FFF printing is the Hyper Speed PLA filament. High-speed printing can result in nozzle blockage and subpar bonding between layers because the filament is passed into the heat block quickly and the polymer has little time to transition from a solid to a molten state.
- A carbon fiber-reinforced polymer material based on PET is called Raise3D Industrial PET CF. (Polyethylene terephthalate). The rigidity, strength, heat, and chemical resilience of the PET material are improved by evenly distributed 15-weight percent carbon fibers. After cooling, PET CF achieves a tensile stiffness and strength of more than 6 GPa and 80 MPa, respectively, and stabilizes its heat resistance at a temperature of about 150 oC. Due to its superior printability, dimensional stability, high creep resistance, and low moisture absorption compared to carbon fiber-reinforced Nylon filament, PET CF is the best material to use when printing carbon fiber composites for durable and economical end uses, such as jigs, fixtures, and functional parts.
Hyper Speed ABS
- One of the specifically created filaments from the High-speed filament range for FFF printing is the Hyper Speed ABS Filament. High-speed printing can result in nozzle blockage and subpar layer bonding because the filament is passed into the heat block quickly and has little time to dissolve from a solid to a molten state. Additionally, during high-speed printing without a heated room, ABS can experience warpage and delamination of the produced component.
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3rd Party Materials, FDM
ABS, PLA, TPU