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Raise3D launches Pro3 HS Series

Combined with an upgraded motion control system, the Pro3 HS Series achieves enhanced speed, precision, and accuracy

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Raise3D, a company renowned for its flexible manufacturing solutions, has introduce the Pro3 HS Series, a new addition to its additive manufacturing production line. As FFF printer standards evolve towards higher-speed printing with composite materials to meet demanding engineering and manufacturing needs, Raise3D has integrated hyper-speed capabilities directly into the Pro3 Series – eliminating the need for additional kits or add-ons. Combined with an upgraded motion control system, the Pro3 HS Series achieves enhanced speed, precision, and accuracy.

Raise3D launches Pro3 HS Series combined with upgraded motion control system - achieving enhanced speed, precision, and accuracy.

Pro3 HS Series

The new Series brings improvements such as:

  • Built-in Hyper FFF technology – equipped with a high-flowrate hot end and an active vibration reduction algorithm, the Raise3D Pro3 HS Series can reach printing speeds of up to 300mm/s for Premium, Industrial, Hyper Speed and Hyper Core composite filaments.
  • Motion control system upgrade – to further increase the precision of the extruder and stabilize movement accuracy, the Pro3 HS Series printers have been newly upgraded with a closed-loop stepper motor, together with double-diaphragm couplings and optimized axis structure for better tightness and stability.
  • New printing build plate – providing a more uniform and powerful magnetic attraction to suppress model warpage. Thinner by 1 mm, it heats up to 100°C two minutes faster than previous versions. The faster heating speed reduces waiting time and improves print efficiency.
  • 2.5kg large roll storage boxes (sold separately) – to reduce the frequent manual filament replacement, the Pro3 HS Series printers dual-extruder can now print from two external 2.5kg material boxes. When one filament spool runs out of material, the second print head can automatically switch to another spool, so the printing time is extended without human intervention.
  • Hyper Core filament and new hot-end come in the box – Raise3D’s newly introduced Hyper Core filaments offer a fast melting and cooling rate for high-speed printing with improved Z-direction strength and stiffness, making them ideal for demanding end-use applications. Each Pro3 HS Series printer shipment includes an extra high-flowrate hot end with a silicon nozzle and a roll of Hyper Core filament to make composite printing more accessible.

Raise3D launches Pro3 HS Series combined with upgraded motion control system - achieving enhanced speed, precision, and accuracy.

“With the Pro3 HS Series, we now offer integrated hyper-speed capabilities tailored for the production of large parts using composite materials. The upgraded closed-loop stepper motor further enhances motion control, resulting in more precise and accurate printing beyond increased printing speed,” said Edward Feng, CEO of Raise3D Global.

During the beta testing period, a Pro3 HS Plus printer was made available to Droog Moto, an electric motorcycle company creating bespoke, build-to-order machines. The company described the experience as follows: “The Pro3 Plus HS has been a total game changer for us at Droog Moto. The printer is consistently providing us with clog-free results from the SiC hot end nozzle and Hyper Core filaments. The Z-Axis bonding is proving to be much stronger compared to other composite materials we have previously used, which is a must for use in motorsports applications. Most of the competition can only print normal filaments such as PLA at fast print speeds but we are printing the Hyper Core Carbon Fiber ABS filament at 150mm/s with amazing results for use parts and features. Composite filament printing allows us to really push the boundaries of what we can achieve at our company. We utilize 3D printing for aesthetic and mechanical parts so having a go-to filament that can be used for both applications really helps our production times and cost.”

New filaments

Raise3D has also added new filaments to its Hyper Core filament line, developed for applications that demand greater strength, durability, and heat resistance than what is provided by other thermoplastics. This line of composite materials has been specially engineered with a fiber-rich inner core and increased heat conductivity for rapid melting and cooling, to ensure consistent and reliable high-speed printing, and accelerate production of composite parts with a strong Z-axis layer bond.

Templates for Hyper Core ABS CF15, Hyper Core PPA CF25, and Hyper Core PPA GF25 filaments will soon be available through the newly released ideaMaker software 5.0.6 with Pro3 HS Series support, as will the Industrial PET CF 2.5kg Black and Hyper Speed PLA 2.5kg White filaments.

The Hyper Core filament line is also compatible with the Raise3D Pro3 printer, provided the Hyper Speed Upgrade and the Hot End Assembly with Silicon Carbide Nozzleare installed.

Raise3D launches Pro3 HS Series combined with upgraded motion control system - achieving enhanced speed, precision, and accuracy.


The Pro3 HS Series have shipped to the Chinese market since May 2024, and are now available for pre-sale in the US, Europe, and the rest of the world. Deliveries are estimated to begin at the end of June for the US and in September for Europe.

The Pro3 HS is priced at $5,599 / €4,999, and the Pro3 HS Plus at $7,599 / €6,499.

As part of a promotion, the Pro3 is now priced at $4,599 / €3,799, and the Pro3 Plus at $5,599 / €5,299.

There is also a special for the bundle with the HUK3 hyper speed kit, with the Pro3 + HUK3 priced at 4$,999 / €3,999, and the Pro3 Plus + HUK3 at $5,999 / €5,499.

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Edward is a freelance writer and additive manufacturing enthusiast looking to make AM more accessible and understandable.

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