Raise3D Pro2 overview

The Raise3D Pro2 is a professional, industrial-grade 3D printer made by Raise3D, a manufacturer based in the US. Raise3D also has offices in the Netherlands and in China.

This large volume 3D printer is designed to run continuously and with high reliability (5-micron repeatability). Indeed, it aims to empower small businesses by allowing them to produce small batches of 3D prints at a low cost.

Raise3D Pro2 compatible materials

The Pro2 is compatible with a wide range of materials thanks to its high-temperature extruder (300°C) and magnetic print bed (110°C) as well as its closed frame.

These materials include PLA, ABS, HIPS, PC, TPU, TPE, Nylon, PETG, ASA, PP, Glass Fiber Filled, Wood-Filled, and Carbon Fiber Enforced.

Pro2 main features

Raise3D’s professional Pro2 3D printer is able to achieve a minimum layer thickness of 0.01 mm. Also, the Pro2 provides a large build volume of 305 x 305 x 605 mm and boasts a 32-bit motion control board.

Other notable features include:

  • Dual extruder: allows for multi-material 3D printing with electronic-driven lifting, for four times higher torque performance.
  • Interchangeable nozzles: different nozzle diameters of 0.2, 0.4, 0.6 and 0.8 mm are available.
  • Built-in camera: enables users to monitor their 3D prints from a distance.
  • 7″ touchscreen with Wi-Fi connectivity: for a more intuitive user experience.
  • Resume print: in case of a power outage, the 3D printer is able to resume its 3D print job from where it last left off.
  • Filament sensor: the Pro2 automatically stops 3D printing when the filament breaks or runs out.

Furthermore, the Raise3D Pro2’s air filter makes it an eco-friendly 3D printer.

Raise3D Pro2 price

This large volume, industrial-grade 3D printer is available at the manufacturer price of $3,999 (see on Amazon). A version with a larger build volume exists: Raise3D Pro2 Plus.

The Pro2 is an enhanced version of the award-winning Raise3D N2 series, a range of high-end professional desktop 3D printers. Raise3D also manufactures the E2, an educational 3D printer.