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For Sale: Raise3D N2 Dual BondTech Extractors, Filament Run-Out Sensor & N Series Webcam

Mon 7th Sep '20

Advert ID: 38621

Machines (Large Tooling)
Excellent (Well maintained)
See all ads from Adam Stevenson
Details:
Up for offer is an upgraded Raise3D N2 Dual Extractor with filaments. The printer has a new BondTech Dual Extruder from 3DGBRIRE that has been installed and setup with new firmware from Raise3D site. The Filament Run-Out Sensor has been installed and configured to allow the reel to be changed after running out. They is also a N Series Webcam to monitor the print out from the splicer software to check on the job without having to leave your seat, you can do time shoots too.

The printer comes with a aluminium frame with ABS, acrylic, and polycarbonate casing and is packed in a polyurethane protection. Making a print is very simple with the 7" full-colour touchscreen to select the file and allows to restart the print in case of power loss. The screen is able to control the printer without a computer connected but also allow network and wireless options to send the files directly from the software. The Raise3D is able to take a STL file and position, rotate, scale. With multiple parts you can shorten the time taken to print and with the splicer you can add the supports need for complex shapes. When you have finished the model you can change the splicer settings to control so many of the configuration and save them to allow quick use again on the next job.

The device has been looked after and only done about 50 hours of work making prototype parts. They are a Yellow and Red used reel from Raise3D. There is a glue stick for making a printing area for PLA on the glass platform.
This allows you to use a smaller 10 meter filament and even lets you use a different colour. Changing the filament is quick and simple. With many types of colours in PLA, ABS, PETG, Nylon, Carbon Fiber, TPU/TPE (Flexibles), and Metal Composites (with the upgrade to a wear resistant nozzle). The hotends can handle to 300°C and bed up to 100°C. With a 12" x 12" x 12" (305mm x 305mm x 305mm) build space for printing bigger jobs and the Dual head allows for 2 colours or a complex PLA/HIPS dissolvable support.

Machine Specs:
X/Y/Z travel: 12"/305mm
Accuracy: XY-axes: 0.0125 mm, Z-axis: 0.00125 mm
Layer Resolution: 0.01~0.25 mm
Nozzle Size: 0.4mm (other sizes can be fitted)
Filament Size: 1.75mm
Print Technology: FFF
Nozzle Temperature: 150-300ºC
Bed Temperature: 30-100ºC
Printing Surface: Buildtak
Terms:
Price: £1,600.00
Collection Only
Contact:
Adam Stevenson
Loughborough
LE11
UK
07526637979
email
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