The AON M2+ features the largest build volume in its class at 450 x 450 x 580mm
Independent dual extrusion with water cooling provides fast print speeds and the ability to print soluble supports or multiple materials. In addition, the AON M2+ extruder configuration minimizes oozing and filament stripping.
UL94 V-0 Aerospace ducting 3D printed in SABIC ULTEM™ AM9085F Filament
The AON M2+ features a heated print surface with vacuum swappable print surfaces. In this photo, production parts are removed from the build volume on a Carbon Fiber PEEK print surface.
Intuitive operator controls can be mirrored to any laptop or workstation.
Carbon fiber PEKK and Nylon
Open materials - print nearly any 3rd party material on the market with no hidden license fees or restrictions.
PEI (ULTEM), PEKK, PPSU - 3D print high performance polymers with ease
Print complex geometries, internal cavities, and minimize manual post processing with AquaSys® 120 water soluble support.
3d printed carbon fiber nylon electric race-car dashboard - made using DSM Novamid® ID1030 CF10
Various parts made from natural and carbon fiber filled PEKK, made using Arkema's KEPSTAN®PEKK, filament from Kimya
The AON-M2 control interface mirrors to any workstation or laptop, and takes g-code input from multiple slicers. Simplify 3D is preferred.
Carbon fiber PEI and carbon fiber PEEK (Solvay KetaSpire® AM FILAMENT CF10 LS1) samples
Print soluble or break-away supports with ease thanks to dual-independent water-cooled tool-heads.
Large 3D printed ABS fixture for particle physics application
3D printed inlet diffuser for aerospace research application. Print fine features and soluble or break-away supports with ease thanks to watercooled dual independent extruders.
Direct drive, dual pinch extruder allows 3D printing of flexible filaments
Various 3D printed PEEK parts - Made with Solvay KetaSpire® AM Filament MS NT1
Automotive airbox 3D printed with DSM Novamid® ID1030 CF10 (carbon fiber nylon)