Raise3D N2 is one of the best, but also the most demanding 3D printers on the market. And even if it’s not as expanded as its successor, that is PRO version, it’s also worthy of note if we seek a solution for short-series and innovative print.
Specifications Raise3D N2:
Printing Surface: Buildtak
Build volume: 305 x 305 x 305 mm
Materials: PLA, ABS, Nylon, Metal Composites, Carbon Fiber, PETG, TPU/TPE (Flexibles) and more.
Layer resolution: 0.01~0.25 mm
Speed: 10 ~ 150 mm/s
Filament Size: 1.75mm
Nozzle Working Temperature: 170-300 ℃
How to warm up the table?
In contradiction to the standard 3D printers (from a lower price shelf), Raise3D N2 is a device with a very interestingly constructed base. Owing to a modern heating system it can be warmed up to 110 centigrade, which allows to work with every material independently from its specifications and structure. Of course the relatively short time of warming up will entail the necessity to consume more energy, but it’s something for something, after all.
Orderly closing process
Similarly to the best 3D printers, also the Raise3D N2 has an innovative system of recording the printing progress. Apart from that, the device was fitted with additional li-ion battery module. In case of loss of power supply, it enables to normally close the system, and thereby to avoid the unnecessary trouble during switching on the machine (for instance deleting centering data).
High temperature a key to success!
This 3D printer is an exceptional device, and the high temperature it uses is a proof of that. Just like in the case of PRO version, the nozzle temperature goes up to 300 centigrade. It means we can print objects using various filaments.
Raise3D N2 belongs to the group of devices with a wide spectrum of used ports. In this model there are as many as 16. Among them there are classic cable links, as well as with wireless interfaces. Interestingly, control of the printer can be carried out through them, without use of additional cables.
The casing of the device is a curiosity in itself. Combination of steel and polycarbonate elements translates onto huge durability, even in the context of high temperatures in its interior. Thanks to plastic elements the printer doesn’t need to be thermally insulated, which on the one hand boosts the machine’s pace of work, but also allows to save energy.
Drawbacks, or what can we say about an ideal printer?
Raise3D N2 is definitely a very good solution just right designated for industrial use. Unfortunately, it’s also the device’s fault. Not only is it very heavy, but consumes lots of energy. Besides, it belongs to a group of technologically advanced printers. As a consequence, the beginning ‘printers’ rather won’t be able to make full use of its abilities.
Raise3D N2 is a professional printer characterized by a large working area and high temperature of work. Unfortunately, as a result of its complexity and degree of advancement, ordinary ‘home’ users will not use its potential to the full.
- Print quality
- Backup battery
- Large build volume
- Great for beginners
- Large size