Raise3D N2 Plus is a device designated for companies specializing in production of bulky, and at the same time small-series details. What’s worth to know on the 3D printer, which is in some respects unusual?
Specifications Raise3D N2 Plus:
Machine Dimensions: 616 × 590 × 1112 mm
Build volume: 305 x 305 x 610mm
Materials: PLA, Nylon, ABS, PETG, TPU/TPE (Flexibles), Carbon Fiber, Metal Composites, and more.
Print Technology: FFF
Speed: 10 ~ 150 mm/s
Printing Surface: Buildtak
Nozzle Working Temperature: 170-300 ℃
Large working area
An advantage of this printer, noticeable at first sight, is a very spatial working area. Possibility of printing objects with size up to 30 cm (in all dimensions) carries an enormous potential. Frequently, even the best 3D printers aren’t able to offer as much space, which sometimes if determined by the durability specification of the device.
Raise3D N2 Plus is definitely one of the ‘hottest’ three-dimension printers on the market. Its nozzles can heat up even to 300 centigrade, which entails the ability to print objects from virtually any material (PLA, ABS or even PTG or nylon).
A strong point of Raise3D N2 Plus is construction based on two heads. Thanks to this innovation the printer enables to generate details consisting from different kinds of materials. Introduction of the second head also involves as much as four-time increase of extruder’s torque, which of course translates onto more accurate prints.
Another advantage of Raise3D N2 Plus is obviously the device’s interface, based on classic 7-inch LCD (touchscreen version). Apart from that, the printer couldn’t lack standard connections both for wire- and wireless communication. Interface of Raise3D N2 Plus allows to continue the device’s work despite power supply outages and breaks. The effect was achieved owing to the internal memory, which is continuously fed data on the current position of head and line in the program.
Also a plus of Raise3D N2 Plus is the fact that particular settings were predefined by the manufacturer. It means the final recipient doesn’t need to adjust the table, because its position had been defined in the device’s memory.
A non(ideal) printer?
Does the description above mean that Raise3D N2 Plus is an ideal printer? Obviously not… Nevertheless, because of its final polishing, the errors known from other similar devices simply don’t occur in it (for instance slow warming up of the matrix, inaccuracy).
One of the main drawbacks of Raise3D N2 Plus is lack of final version of software. Although the device has its own controller, it’s not refined and doesn’t guarantee maximum abilities. Fortunately, the software for Raise3D N2 Plus is about to come up et the end of 2018, and interestingly, it’s supposed to surprise everyone with a large number of options.
What is the device’s advantage, for others can also be a shortcoming. This equipment is just too professional (for household conditions). Its price varies at about several thousand USD, which scares off potential private customers.
Raise3D N2 Plus is a professional device, even though partly unrefined. Fortunately, as early as the end of 2018 the full analysis of all abilities of this 3D printer will be possible (at least according to the manufacturer’s dispatch).
- High print quality
- Large build volume
- Working temperature
- Two heads
- Software compatibility.