THE RAISE3D N2 PLUS IS DESIGNED TO MEET THE NEEDS OF THE MOST DEMANDING USERS. In relation to 3D printing, size in truth does matter; If you want to build something that&aposs a foot wide, You&aposll&apost do it on printer that only prints ten inches. In relation to large volume FDM printers, You&aposll&apost beat the RAISE3D universe – it&aposs large enough to print an actual universe in one pass. Okay, that&aposs a small exaggeration, but you can not find a better value in 3D printers in a size versus price comparison. Nothing even comes close. And this brings us to another of the RAISE3D&aposs strong points: You&aposll print nearly anything with it. The free software has more tweak-able settings than any other slicer we&aposve seen. Want to print your basic PLA and ABS materials? The included profiles turn it out in addition to anything can; even the finest details are reproduced better than anything we&aposve seen. Have some more exotic materials to work with? It can deal with everything we&aposve thrown at it, and with a hardened nozzle [a very affordable option] You&aposll delve into the carbon fiber filaments and even more exotics. And the added bonus? You&aposll get it with dual extruders to mix &aposn match materials at will in the 12x12x24 build volume. Let&aposs not disregard to mention the resume function in case of power loss. Okay, we just did.
Best overall award in make magazine 2017 3D printer guide
12 x 12 x 24(H) inches build platform; Minimum 0.01mm layer height; Standard 0.4mm nozzle
All-metal hot-end up to 300℃ with heated bed up to 110℃; Print Over 10 types of qualified filament
7 inch touchscreen with easy-to-use GUI; Wi-Fi or Ethernet remote print job monitoring; Unique printing resume after power outage
Super rigid aluminum frame with dual ball-screw z-axis; fully enclosed build chamber