This same week the company AONIQ is making headlines after officially announcing the launch of its new FFF type 3D printer, a machine that has been baptized with the name of 888 and that stands out for being able to work with any type of material of this type that may exist in the market although, specifically, it has been designed to work with PVC .
As the company has commented through a press release released by its marketing department, both AONIQ and the rest of the industry have always had a serious dilemma to be able to work with this special type of plastic due, above all, to toxicity of the PVC itself when melted. Apparently, after many months of testing, the company has found a solution to this problem, although, as expected, they did not want to talk more about the method used.
AONIQ surprises us with the launch of the 888, a 3D printer of the FFF type capable of working with PVC plastic
According to statements made by Michael Slavica, CEO of AONIQ:
With this 3D printer we are giving the average person the ability to keep up with large corporations, if not beat them. In this next stage of 3D printing it is time for most of the people who already use 3D printers can decide if they want to continue playing in the bank or join the latest industrial revolution.
Regarding the specific model, the AONIQ 888 is capable of offering a print volume of 235 x 255 x 195 mm and work with a layer height between 100 and 400 microns. Undoubtedly a machine that will surely be liked by many users given its great versatility and possibilities. If you are interested, tell you that will go on sale on August 1, 2017 at a price of U.S. dollar 10.999.
Further information: AONIQ