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Desktop Anisoprinting

Turnkey continuous fiber 3d printing solution for manufacturing of optimal composites
Hardware
continuous fiber reinforced composites
x30 stronger than pure plastic
x2 stronger & lighter than aluminum
available formats
A4 297х210х140mm
A3 460х297х210mm
build volume
optimal composite structures
Lattice reinforcement — minimum weight, price and production time for the required strength
open system
  • Flexible materials choice
  • Fiber volume ratio
  • Parts complexity and fiber laying trajectories
materials
For perfect adhesion to the reinforcing fiber
For reinforcing
CFC PA
combinate with materials
Composite Basalt Fiber (CBF)
Composite Carbon Fiber (CCF)
Smooth PA
Plastic specially formulated by Polymaker for the perfect surface quality and ease of use.

Can be printed without a dryer.
Composite Fiber
Co-extrusion technology
software 3D slicer Aura
  • For FFF and CFC printers

  • Support for STL and CAD formats: .stp, .3ds, .obj
  • Model saved on a local PC

  • G-code generalization, geometry-view
  • Separate setting and combining of printers, plastics and profiles

  • Layer masks
the aura has a set of built-in printing profiles

Verified printing settings for certain plastic filaments: just pick from database and print

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Anisoprinting is based on Composite Fiber Co-extrusion technology
Dry fiber
curing process
Stiff fiber
REINFORCING FIBER (CCF or CBF)
Reinforcing material is made with dry continuous fibers (carbon or basalt) preliminary impregnated and then cured. Pre-impregnation provides low porosity and gives a good adhesion of reinforcing material to thermoplastic during the further printing process. Learn more about reinforcing materials’ properties in CCF&CBF section.
When printing thermoplastic is combined with the reinforcing material. Composite extruder has two inputs: one for the reinforcing fiber and the other for thermoplastic filament. Reinforcing fiber and plastic are fed separately through the same nozzle so you can vary fiber volume ratio and lay it by complex curvilinear trajectories. Thus, it's possible to print composite parts of complex shapes with lattice inner structure: use minimum material for required strength that means minimum weight, production time and price of a part.
BI-MATRIX COMPOSITE
As a result, you get a bi-matrix composite part of any shape, without tools or molds, without machining and post-processing. Several times stronger and lighter than plastic, metal or non-optimal 3D printed composites.
  • UP TO 30 TIMES STRONGER THAN PLASTIC
  • UP TO 7 TIMES LIGHT THAN STEEL
  • UP TO 2 TIMES STRONGER AND LIGHTER THAN ALUMINIUM
Basic Specifications
Printing
  • Printing technology Composite Fiber Co-extrusion (CFC) Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)
  • Build volume A4: 297х210х140mm; A3: 460х297х210mm
  • Layer thickness, min.  60μm
  • Print head Dual nozzle: FFF extruder; CFC extruder with reinforcing filament cutting device
  • Nozzle diameter, FFF 0.4 mm
  • Print speed, FFF 10 mm/sec — 80 mm/sec
  • Print speed, CFC 1 mm/sec — 10 mm/sec
  • Plastic filament diameter 1.75 mm
  • Compatible plastics Plastics with the processing temperature up to 270°C: PLA, PETG, PA, PC, ABS, TPU, etc.
  • Reinforcing material Anisoprint CCF 1.5k (Composite Carbon Fiber) Anisoprint CBF (Composite Basalt Fiber)
  • Buildplate surface Glass
Temperature
  • Max. printhead operating temperature 270°C
  • Max. buildplate operating temperature 60°С (up to 120°С with open print chamber)
Software
  • Slicer FFF + CFC: Anisoprint Aura; FFF: Cura, Slic3r
  • OS Support Windows 7, 8, 10, etc
Interfaces
  • Connectivity SD-card slot, USB-type B, wi-fi, Ethernet
  • LCD A4: 3.5'' touchscreen, A3: 4.3'' touchscreen
POWER REQUIREMENTS
  • Voltage 220-240 V (optionally 100-120 V)
  • Frequency 50/60 Hz
  • Maximum consumption A4: 800 W; A3: 1000 W;
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
  • Printer size (LxWхH) A4: 610mm х 400mm х 400mm; A3: 720mm х 630mm х 490mm;
  • Net Weight A4: 25 kg; A3: 65 kg
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