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Raise3D MetalFuse System
Coming Q4 2022

The MetalFuse system consists of 3 main components, available individually, or save with the full system
While the printer can print to 300x300x300mm, the Debinding Unit and Sintering Oven are 200x200x200mm in volume

Raise3D Forge1 3D Printer
Forge1 FFF Metal Printer
Similar to a Pro3 Professional Printer, but modified for increased reliability when working with brittle and abrasive filament. Running on 2.85mm diameter filament, fed directly from above, to produce the green part.
Designed to work best with BASF's Ultrafuse 316L and Ultrafuse 17-4 PH, Metalfuse is capable of better printing repeatability and a greater yield rate.
- 17-4PH combines high strength and hardness with good corrosion resistance
- 316L is a stainless steel with improved corrosion resistance to Alloy 304/304L in moderately corrosive environments

Raise3D Green part for debinding
D200-E Debinding Unit
Just as in MIM production (Metal Injection Molding), during the debinding step, the D200-E removes one of the binding components via catalytic debinding. It includes a filter to remove nasties from the air.
At the end of the cycle you will have a brown part

Raise3D S200-C Sintering Furnace
S200-C Sintering Furnace
The binder between metal particles enables the part to maintain its shape before it slowly shrinks into a dense solid when it is heated and then cooled in the Vacuum sintering furnace.
Argon or Nitrogen is used as a protective gas (depending on material) during sintering to prevent contamination of the metal.
While being sintered, the shape is maintained due the interaction force of metal particles, and the parts will shrink proportionally to smaller metal parts after the binder is decomposed and removed.
After sintering the part is ready for polishing and finishing.

Raise3D Green part for debinding
Specialized Slicing Software
A special edition of ideaMaker offers templates optimized for this kind of printing, while taking into account the sintering and debinding process that can be paired with Metalfuse.
This special edition ideaMaker also features a simpler slicing process.

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Pro3 Series

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Sydney: Unit 7, Kingsgrove Business Centre, 192 Kingsgrove Rd, Kingsgrove, NSW 2208

Melbourne: Factory A5, HallMarc Business Park, 2A Westall Rd, Clayton, VIC 3168

Perth: Unit 3, 158 Francisco St, Belmont, WA 6104