Raise3D N1 3D Printer
The Raise3D N1 is designed to meet the needs of the most demanding users.
ALL RAISE3D PRICING IS DELIVERED!
Current lead time for delivery of Raise3D N1 Printers is 1-2 weeks.
What makes the Raise3D N1 Different?
- Available in standard single or dual extruder models.
- High-resolution - 0.01mm - 0.25mm
- Huge build volume, up to 8 x 8 x 8 inches
- Aluminum inner frame for increased rigidity 14.3" x 20.8" x 25.6"
- 7 inch capacitive touchscreen with easy-to-use GUI
- Freescale imx6, Quad core 1Ghz ARM processor
- All-metal hot-end up to 300 degrees Celsius
- 10+verified types of filament
- Remote monitoring and print job management, via Ethernet/Wi-Fi
- Resume printing after a power interruption
- 16 expansion ports allow customization with digital and analog I/O
- Clear acrylic cover to extruder for easy filament loading
- Transparent and removable full enclosure
- Dual extruder (optional)
- Organize and manage your print jobs through the touch-screen interface.
- Print jobs from our ideaMaker software incorporate preview data with the G-code, giving you a visual preview of your print.
- Community standard G-code, without preview data, is also supported.
Visual Progress Indication
- The completed section of the print is highlighted on the preview image to
- show the progress of your job.
- Job statistics, including printing time, are displayed along with the job preview.
- CPU: 1Ghz Quad-Core imx6 ARM Processor
- Memory: 1GB
- Onboard Flash: 8GB
- Ports: SD card *1, USB2.0 * 4, Ethernet * 1
- Network: Ethernet, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi
- System: Embedded Linux based on Ycoto project
- Extendable Ports: PWM*2, I2C*1, SPI*1, 8Bit ADC*1, USB2.0*1, 5v-1A*2, 3.3v-100mA*1, Reset*1, Gnd*3
Recovery After Power Interruption
- Li-on batteries provide essential power to the printer in the event of a power loss.
- Battery backup allows the N-Series printers to recover after a power loss to resume the print job from the precise point where it left off.
- When power is lost, the logic controller operates from the battery to go through an orderly shutdown sequence.
- Details to recover the print job are stored during the sequence.
- When power is restored, the start up sequence will detect the recovery data and allow the print job to be resumed.
Wi-Fi/Ethernet File Uploading & Control
- Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity allow for print jobs to be uploaded through the network, eliminating the “sneaker-net” shuffling of SD cards to run the printer without a computer.
- The network connection also allows for remote management and monitoring of the printer.
- Printers can be managed and shared by team members within a network.
- Networked printers can be accessed directly from ideaMaker, making it easy to submit and manage print jobs on the machine.
- The printer discovery function in ideaMaker can can automatically find and connect to any N-Series printers in your network.
The N-Series printers accept community-standard 3D printing G-code, giving you the freedom to use your own software. For the best results, we provide our own high-performance slicer to give you the optimal experience with our printers.
Our ideaMaker slicer has a powerful 64-bit multi-threading slicing engine that powers through the slicing tasks with ease. It is built to handle large-scale objects so that even your most challenging prints can be processed, while other slicers may struggle for a long time or even crash with complicated jobs.
The ideaMaker software is loaded with features, including the ability to automatically repair broken meshes, and to split large models into smaller chunks, and remote control the N-Series printers.
The standard settings in ideaMaker yields excellent results. Yet, for experienced users, the ability to control detail of the printing process is essential. ideaMaker is highly adjustable, allowing you to use advanced settings to control nearly every parameter of the slicing process.
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