Raise3D Looking for Beta Testers for New RaiseCloud 3D Printing Management Software
This March, 3D printing company Raise3D introduced its new Pro2 3D printer series, with the official launch taking place at RAPID + TCT in April. Now, the company has something entirely new in store: RaiseCloud, a new cloud-based 3D printing management software that allows users to create an automated, optimized workflow through remote printing and monitoring. In further news, the beta program for the software has officially launched, and Raise3D is looking for beta testers.
“We invite you to take part in our beta testing program. With the support of beta testers, we are able to elevate our 3D printing solutions to a higher quality level before releasing them,” the company wrote. “As a participant, you can share your ideas, and together, we can create the best product possible.”
Some of the benefits that RaiseCloud beta testers will enjoy include the chance to experience the software before its public release, the ability to offer feedback and suggestions to Raise3D when finding bugs and errors, and helping to improve RaiseCloud through insights and recommendations.
The public beta program for RaiseCloud launched just a few days ago, and if you’re a Raise3D printer owner and want to join in, it’s easy to sign up. First, you’ll need to create an account, and sign into it, on cloud.raise3D.com. Then, bind your Raise3D printer to your new RaiseCloud account by following the simple instructions listed here. Registration will provide you with instant access to all beta-testing products, in addition to with up-to-date release information.
RaiseCloud offers a lot in terms of improving your business team’s 3D printing efficiency. The software includes personal and team file management, a customizable workflow adaptable for any work environment, cloud-based slicing, third-party modeling tools and libraries, 3D printing task statistics and reports, and makes it possible for users to remotely control and monitor 3D printing.
An easy-to-use Dashboard makes efficient task management possible, and users can collaborate, pool together resources, and efficiently create 3D prints together through each step of development and production. RaiseCloud is a fully integrated 3D print management ecosystem, and the cloud-based 3D printing platform offers centralized project management, making it possible to view and report a team’s entire process at a glance.
A unique features of RaiseCloud is its time-lapse recording, which offers playback so that users can evaluate the 3D printing process, and make changes or stop the job if there’s an issue. A single click of the mouse is all that’s needed in order to monitor data, control workflow management, and remotely modify parameters, and each module of the software can be customized to offer flexibility and help teams stay synchronized, efficient, and on track.
The RaiseCloud software was also designed and built with enterprise standard data security from point zero. It adapts 64 bit encryption, and offers key authentication for file transfers, authorized binding encryption for 3D printers, a high-performance AWS server firewall, and CDN global acceleration.
There are a lot of great features offered in RaiseCloud, with even more coming once the beta testing period is complete. You can easily register today for RaiseCloud software, and if you do have any issues, just contact the company’s expert technicians to get some help and support.
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