Raise3D Launches Flexible Pro2 3D Printer

Originally titled '3D Printer Supports Small Batch Production'

The 3D printer is designed to make short runs easy to manage, as well as reduce and stabilize costs.


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Raise3D has launched the Pro2 Series, a line of 3D printers developed for use in flexible manufacturing systems. The printers are designed for accuracy, reliability, ease of use, fast dual printing and compatibility with a variety of materials.

The company envisions flexible manufacturing systems as a step in helping manufacturers deal with the challenges of small batches. The printer is designed to make short runs easy to manage, as well as ensure stable, low costs. Its adaptability to changes in design, materials, location of production and integration with other systems can also provide savings and new business opportunities, the company says.


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