News — Raise3D Open Filament Program

Raise3D Premium Filaments & Spare Parts

Posted by John Marello on

Raise3D Premium Filaments & Spare Parts

Profound3D offers Raise3D filaments for general, production and special applications. Raise3D E2, N-Series and Pro-Series replacement parts and accessories are in stock and ready to ship. From spare nozzles and replacement build surfaces, to boards and thermocouplers. Shop Online at https://bit.ly/3BKovHw

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The OFP

Posted by Jeff Coulter on

The OFP

The OFP No, the OFP is not a rapper [that we are aware of at least - apologies if we missed you!]. The OFP is Raise3D's Open Filament Program. They do all the hard work and heavy lifting to develop profiles for over a hundred different materials. All you have to do is: Purchase the approved material. Import the material profile into ideaMaker. Slice your model using the profile. Print. Learn how to import a material profile here. Find your approved material profile here.

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Raise3D E2 printing PLA with BVOH support

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Raise3D E2 printing PLA with BVOH support

Raise3D E2 printing PLA with BVOH support This can be a challenging process, and it's VITAL that you have your system well calibrated and tuned. But the results are rather rewarding. Raise3D Premium PLA with BVOH as the disolvable support material. Very small detail can be kept very clean and correct without the internal sagging and ugliness [or impossible to get to in order to remove] normal break-away supports can bring. Get your Raise3D E2 PremiumPLA here. BVOH coming soon... Get your Raise3D E2 Professional Starter Bundle here.  

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Raise3D Pro2 Plus 3D Printer Review!

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Raise3D Pro2 Plus 3D Printer Review!

🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 5 star review from CC Clarke: Supermodel-Grade 3D Printer: Beautiful But FickleOne of our Raise3D (Pro2 Plus) 3D printers at work sat neglected, gathering dust in an upstairs corner. No one was able or willing to fix it and it seemed like a waste to let it sit there. I hit the web, read the manual and rolled up my sleeves. The problems were minor, (broken flex coupler, flaky heater rod and the hot end Z offset was incorrect.) Once I got some time using it, I was tasked with getting it to print ESD filament. For best results, use filament...

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Octave PLA Print for the OFP

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Octave PLA Print for the OFP

Octave PLA Print for the OFP Test prints for the Raise3D Open Filament Program are complete. We'll be submitting this and our Silk PLA for certification. Watch for them to be included in the OFP. Get your Octave PLA here. Printed on the Raise3D Pro2 Plus Get your own Raise 3D Pro2 Plus here. Watch it print. Subscribe to our channel.

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