Raise3D Pro2 Plus

The print quality of the Raise3D Pro2 Plus varies from very good to excellent, and while we feel the machine generally lives up to its professionalist image. Raise3D stands for the production of high quality, reliable and affordable 3D printers.

The Raise3D Pro2 Plus uses a dual-nozzle system mounted in one printhead. The switching between nozzles happens electronically in under 1 second. The software nicely reflects that: Instead of wasting filament in a wipe tower, the slicer software uses a skirt to get rid of any excess filament, resulting in a separate shell that encases your print.According to Raise3D, the Pro2 Plus is capable of printing PLA, PLA derivates, ABS, HIPS, PC, TPU, TPE, Nylon, PET-G, ASA and PP. You can also print flexible or abrasive materials such as glass fiber enforced, carbon fiber enforced or even metal particles filled filament. The bed heats up to 110° Celsius, the nozzle to 300° Celsius — meaning the likes of Ultem and PEEK are off limits with the Pro2 Plus in its stock configuration.Dual printing is one of the most important features of this machine. It’s not only about dual-colored prints (which can be nice, of course), but more about the use of soluble or break-away materials.


Convenience: First of all, it’s incredibly convenient to use. You don‘t have to dive into the submenu of a submenu to get where you want to go. Everything is laid out clearly and (mostly) consistent. Drilling deeper into the settings is logical, with advanced settings easily accessible when needed, but tidily hidden from view when printing.

Right toolset: It delivers the tools and information professionals need. STL file not watertight? Just repair broken meshes in Ideamaker without having to use an extra tool. Want to know how much a print will cost and how much material you need? With a click, you get that information. Want to change the temperature settings from your the convenience of your desk – you can do that easily. Be it the use of materials, slicer setting templates, granular support structures or special G-Code settings: You can configure all in Ideamaker, but most of the features are hidden to give a better user experience.

Printing queues: While it is okay for users of consumer printers to fiddle around with SD cards and USB sticks, a machine like the Raise3D Pro 2 Plus needs to go the extra mile. Once an object is sliced, you send it via Wifi to the printer’s 6-Gigabyte memory and start the print. If you wish to do so, you start the print from Ideamaker directly. You can start saved projects from the printer directly. These are some features you’ll get used to very soon. For small teams, it’s also possible to queue print jobs.

Pro slicing: If you put several models on one build plate, most slicers don’t distinguish between them. They calculate the shortest path. This can lead to inconsistencies and stringing between parts and an overall worse result. Ideamaker, on the other hand, prints one part after the other, layer by layer. Overall, this will give you better results and less post-processing.




Build Volume

Single Extrusion Print: 12 × 12 × 23.8 inch/ 305 × 305 × 605 mm Dual Extrusion Print: 11 × 12 × 23.8 inch/ 280 × 305 × 605 mm

Max. bed temp




Print Speed

30–150 mm/s

Noise level

<50 dB

Filament diameter

1.75 mm

Nozzle Diameter

0.4 mm (Default), 0.2/ 0.6/ 0.8/ 1.0 mm (Available)

Build Material

PLA / ABS / HIPS / PC / TPU / TPE / NYLON / PETG / ASA / PP / PVA / Glass Fiber Infused / Carbon Fiber Infused / Metal Fill / Wood Fill





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Frequently Asked Questions

USB, SD Card, WIFI, Ethernet.

Custom Software for DBZ, Kislicer.

Yes (Pause and resume even after extruder movement), Semi Automatic

The minimum Layer thickness Accucraft i250+ can print is 0.08 mm

Our average 3D scanners are accurate to +/- 50 microns, or .002 in (two thousandths of an inch) for any point in space’s xyz coordinate. This is generally more than enough accuracy to cover the needs of almost all 3D scanning projects. If greater accuracy is required, we have options that use specialized 3D scanners which can provide finer scan data.