A new 3D printer is empowering users to print the most durable thermoplastics.
FREMONT, CA: Industrial 3D printer manufacturer specializing in advanced material compatibility, AON3D, has launched AON-M2 2020. The latest product is the large format industrial 3D printer in the company's flagship product line. AON-M2 2020 is a high-temperature 3D printer that is designed efficiently to print an expanding array of plastics, comprising ULTEM™, PEEK, polycarbonate, PEKK, and hundreds of other materials. The printer enables customers to print parts for the most demanding applications and environments like extreme temperatures, harsh chemical environments, and intense mechanical stress.
As many 3D printing companies restrict customers to a limited selection of costly, proprietary materials, AON3D has committed to the standard of the open material since its foundation. With AON3D's launch, customers can print hundreds of different materials on open materials 3D printers. The company has focused its materials engineering expertise to develop optimized process parameters for vendors that offer the highest quality materials on the market. The new AON-M2 2020 is designed for part accuracy, repeatability, and reliability. AON3D's industrial 3D printing platform comes paired with a comprehensive process expertise offering; application engineers, trainers, and PhDs combine forces with supporting users in achieving exceptional part outcomes.
AON3D is an industrial 3D printer manufacturer that specializes in large build volumes, advanced material compatibility, and class-leading build speeds. Previously controlled by machines that use expensive, closed systems, the company produced a line of open filament industrial 3D printers that provide the best performance at a fraction of the cost. The AON3D team is equipped with expertise across application support, engineering, materials science, and additive design. From individualized setup training to materials choice to slice audits, AON3D is invested in ensuring consumers benefit from thousands of hours delivering high-quality 3D print runs.