Raise3D Pro2 Upgrade Bundle Installation Instructions
What You Need
- Raise3D Pro2 Upgrade Bundle
- Raise3D Pro2 stock heat sink x2
- 2.5 mm hex key
- 2 mm hex key
- 1.5 mm hex key
- 5/64" (2 mm) flathead screwdriver
1. Lower the build plate to allow enough room to remove the hotends.
2. Unload any filament.
3. Allow both hotends to cool to room temperature before proceeding.
4. Turn off the printer.
Starting with the right hotend:
Step 1: Remove the 2 screws (in blue) securing the cooling fan using a 2.5 mm hex key. Move the fan to the side for the next steps.
Step 2: Loosen the hotend set screw (in blue) using a 2.5 mm hex key. Remove the stock hotend.
Step 3: Loosen the heater and temperature sensor set screws (in red) using a 1.5 mm hex key. Remove the heater and temperature sensor from the hotend.
Repeat steps 1-3 for the left hotend.
Remove the 2 screws (in green) securing the back cover of the extruder using a 2 mm hex key.
Remove the 2 screws (in blue) securing the extruder connection board using a 2.5 mm hex key.
You may want to pull the L-shaped piece covering the screw terminals out for better access when wiring.
Step 6: Loosen the screw terminals (in yellow) using a 5/64" (or 2 mm) flathead screwdriver. Remove the heaters and temperature sensors from the terminals, as well as from the back of the extruder.
Follow steps 2 through 7 of the
Copperhead Installation Instructions
to assemble the Standard G2 Copperhead Hotend. For step 5, follow the instructions for a cartridge temperature sensor. For step 7, install the heat break into the Raise3D Pro2 stock heat sink using a 1.5 mm hex key.
Step 2: Install both the right and left Copperhead Hotends. Tighten the hotend set screws u
sing a 2.5 mm hex key.
The Copperhead Hotends should be oriented so that the Slice Engineering logo is facing outwards on both sides.
Step 3: Route the Industrial Heater and Type K Thermocouple wires through the back and over to the board to be wired.
Step 4: Wire both Industrial Heaters and Type K Thermocouples according to the terminal labels. Tighten the screw terminals using the flathead screwdriver.
Type K Thermocouple
follows the ANSI United States color code, where yellow is positive and red is negative.
Step 5: Ensure strain relief and cable management. It is recommended to use a zip tie. Replace the back cover and tighten the 2 screws using a 2 mm hex key.
Step 6: Replace and secure both side cooling fans using a 2.5 mm hex key.