AON3D Debuts AON M2+ Printer For End-Use Parts
High-temperature 3D printer enables new manufacturing opportunities through increased materials accessibility.
June 29, 2021
AON3D announced the new AON M2+ high-temperature industrial 3D printer. Featuring what the company claims is the industry’s largest sub-$100k actively heated build volume and open material ecosystem, AON3D provides full-scale 3D printing for any size company. “End-use part properties define how businesses can benefit from 3D printing,” said AON3D CEO Kevin Han. “The AON M2+ was designed by our team of material scientists to take full advantage of current and future economical thermoplastics, carbon fiber composites, and high-performance polymers like PEEK, PEKK, and ULTEM.”
According to a press release, the AON M2+ offers high-end features and advanced material capabilities to the mid-market customer along with high hardware quality. It features dual independent extruders (500°C), a large, actively heated build chamber (450 x 450 x 640 mm), configurable process parameters, and ungated access to thousands of material options. The AON M2+ can print materials that possess: higher strength to weight ratio than aluminum, chemical/hydrocarbon resistance, biocompatible/sterilizable properties, thermal resistance above 250°C, and more.
“Our goal is to unlock AM applications across value chains and beyond just prototyping,” said AON3D Chief Product Officer Randeep Singh. “Materials and final part properties are leading those initiatives.”
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.