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Find the Raise3D solution that meets your needs. See how 3D printing has been applied to industry and learn how 3D printing with Raise3D can save you time and money while boosting productivity.
Carbon fiber reinforced filament has low density, high strength, and it is resistant to corrosion, static electricity, and high temperature. It has potential for a wide range of applications within industries that need considerable strength-to-weight ratio in their solutions, such as the aviation industry and the automotive world. The E2CF is durable, user-friendly, and stable while in operation, delivering accurate prints.
When it comes to revolutionizing the automotive industry with aftermarket gauges, one company stands out: Speedhut. With high-end components and cutting-edge manufacturing processes, their company is all about supporting gauge customization and handing the controls off to the everyday driver. The heart of their innovation lies in Raise3D 3D printers, which have transformed the way Speedhut engineers develop and produce their high-quality gauges, from prototyping to assembly. Watch the full video and visit raise3d.com for more information about our Raise3D machines.
Raise3D’s technology is developed with the proven quality and the necessary capabilities to fit into the manufacturing sector. Vast industries, including automotive, machining and electronics, can rely on Raise3D products for flexible manufacturing. Raise3D unlocks different applications with industrial materials. This can be through prototyping, finished parts and lower end production.
Raise3D's 3D printers play a valuable role in the engineering sector by providing tools that enable engineers to streamline their design and manufacturing processes, reduce lead times, and create innovative solutions for various applications. These printers are especially useful for projects that require customisation, rapid prototyping, and the production of complex or low-volume components.
With the Raise3D Forge 1, you can create sintered parts through FDM. It can unlock applications and materials made by BASF, 316L and 17-4PH. Forge1 is also cost-effective to build a print farm to manufacture parts on demand.
PETG is the most commonly used form of PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate), with the G version being a glycol-modified PET, which is a widely used industrial thermoplastic. PETG has strong, durable properties and good heat resistance just like ABS, but easier to print. Parts printed with PETG are not only widely used in the prototyping stage of product development, but also in later stages of function testing and parts assembly. Printed PETG parts have been successfully used in the manufacturing application with or without post-finishing.
In this exciting experiment, we explore the capabilities of Chat GPT, a language model developed by OpenAI, and see if we can use it to 3D print on a Raise3D Pro3. Using the Hyper FFF™ technology, we set out to create a functional 3D print based solely on the text code generated by Chat GPT.
When printing large models, it may be necessary to change the filament during the print. But how?
We printed a T-Rex skull on a massive scale using the new Raise3D Pro3 Plus. It weighs over 1.4kg and took over 158 hours to print! Find the file here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:308335 We will inform you about what you need to know to do this yourself.