Canadian 3D printing machine maker AON3D has revealed the unveiling of the latest FFF 3D printer: the AON-M2 2020. The printing machine has the capacity of high-temperature additive manufacturing. The system is created for usage with high-performance thermoplastics. This includes polycarbonate, ULTEM, PEKK, PEEK, and more. Because of that, the system may be leveraged by clients for obliging processes like AON3D.
This is as explained by AON3D. Users may additively manufacture pieces capable of repelling severe substances, standing up to severe temperatures, and resisting strong mechanical stress.
Director of R&D, Andrew Walker said this: “We are seeing a growing demand for an additive manufacturing platform that can print the strongest thermoplastics, as well as an increasing recognition that reaching the maximum mechanical property potential for any part-material combination is a challenge best met with expert support.”
He also added that AON-M2 2020 is the bedrock of a full solution they offer clients. They offer them this for going from CAD file to end-user pieces minus forgoing affordability.
A group of material technicians from McGill University in Montreal, Canada founded AON3D in 2015. The firm was started with the goal of opening high-performance thermoplastics for additive manufacturing.
Because of that AON3D has pledged to promote 3D printing machines with open material adaptability. This is so as to ease clients from a restricted collection of exclusive materials.
Before the launch, this is what AON3D co-founders Kevin Han and Randeep had to say: “They need a solution that can work with high-performance materials (which are often new offerings developed in-house), but is also an open system so they can make modifications as required.”
AON3D launched its 3r generation large format 3D printing machine, AON-M2, in 2018. The printer is a high-temperature 3D printer created to produce engineering-grade end-use pieces for automotive healthcare and aerospace sectors.
In 2018, AON3D released its third-generation 3D printer, the AON-M2, a large format, a high-temperature 3D printer made to produce engineering-grade end-use parts for automotive, aerospace and healthcare industries.
The latest M2 2020 is different from the last system with a revamped concentration piece accuracy, repeatability, and raised dependability.
“From the all-stainless-steel frame to minimize thermal expansion to the chamber heater redesign that offers precise control of the thermal environment and heats up in less than 15 minutes, the AON-M2 2020 is an exciting step-up for AON3D,” explains Kevin Han, the CEO. “We are thrilled to continue offering customers the widest range of material options for their applications and materials expertise that goes well beyond the machine design.”