We have spent 2.5 years in the trenches of 3D printing. Beginning with our first generation of machines we have listened closely to the 3D printing community. They are demanding aggressively priced 3D printers with an exceptional user-experience.
Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) October 16, 2015
Raise3D launched its N-Series of 3D printers on Kickstarter today and reached its funding goal of $50,000 in 41 minutes. The N-Series is answering a need in the market for an aggressively priced prosumer 3D printer.
“We have spent 2.5 years in the trenches of 3D printing," said Edward Feng, Co-Founder of Raise3D. "Beginning with our first generation of machines, we have listened closely to the 3D printing community. They are demanding aggressively priced 3D printers with an exceptional user-experience. We believe that we have built the best 3D printers on the market and we can’t wait to share them with the world.”
Raise3D is bringing prosumer features to the N-series by including a touch-screen user interface, remote monitoring and print job management through WiFi and Ethernet, an all-metal hot-end, and print resumption after power loss in all of its N-Series 3D printers.
Key Differentiators for the Raise3D N-Series
7-inch capacitive touch-screen with an easy-to-use GUI
Huge build volume, up to 12 * 12 * 24 inches
All-metal hot-end that can operate up to 300 degrees Celsius
Built-in WiFi and Ethernet for remote monitoring and print job management
Resume printing after a power-interruption
ideaMaker slicing software with network integration to operate the N-Series remotely
As reported by Michael A. Parker on 3dprint.com, “One of the simple things that Raise3D got right, and many printer manufacturers seem to forget, is how to build a good extruder. The N-Series printers use clear acrylic, so it is easy to see that the filament is loaded properly. In my opinion, this is something that should be standard on all printers.”
Prosumer 3D Printers - Amazing Prices
Raise3D has brought all of its technical know-how and hard-won manufacturing experience to bear on bringing the N-Series of 3D printers to Kickstarter at a price-point that is more than competitive. From the very beginning, the company worked to create a complete 3D printing ecosystem including its easy-to-use ideaMaker slicing software. ideaMaker is easy to use and very powerful, tackling even the biggest slicing tasks with ease.
The N-Series of 3D printers includes three different 3D printers. The N1 with a 8 * 8 * 8 inch build volume, the N2 with a 12 * 12 * 12 inch build volume and the N2 Plus with a staggering 12 * 12 * 24 inch build volume.
The Raise3D team’s mission is to bring their N-Series of 3D Printers to the market with a focus on accuracy, reliability, an easy-use-experience and material flexibility. Along with their ideaMaker software, the N-Series of 3D Printers will provide a delightful user-experience at amazing prices.
Members of the Raise3D team were educated in prestigious universities all over the world, including Fudan University and Zhejiang University in China, and California Institute of Technology and University of Southern California in the United States.
Raise3D was founded in China and now has offices in Shanghai and Nantong in China and in Pasadena, California.