Search company, investor...
Search
Aon3D company logo

The profile is currenly unclaimed by the seller. All information is provided by CB Insights.

aon3d.com

Founded Year

2015

Stage

Series A | Alive

Total Raised

$11.62M

Last Raised

$11.5M | 1 yr ago

About Aon3D

Aon3D is an industrial 3D printer manufacturer specializing in advanced material compatibility, large build volumes and fast build speeds.

Aon3D Headquarters Location

9494 Boul St-Laurent Suite 600

Montreal, Quebec, H2N 1P4,

Canada

1 (438) 807-0872

ESPs containing Aon3D

The ESP matrix leverages data and analyst insight to identify and rank leading companies in a given technology landscape.

EXECUTION STRENGTHMARKET STRENGTHLEADERHIGHFLIEROUTPERFORMERCHALLENGER
Industrials / Manufacturing Tech

Industrial 3D printer companies produce industrial-scale and finished-product additive manufacturing machines. They generally work with specific materials, like metals, polymers, or carbon fiber. Manufacturers are using printing technology to open up new product lines, such as aerospace parts with complicated 3D geometries that are otherwise impossible to manufacture.

Aon3D named as Challenger among 12 other companies, including Carbon, Additive Industries, and Nexa3D.

Predict your next investment

The CB Insights tech market intelligence platform analyzes millions of data points on venture capital, startups, patents , partnerships and news mentions to help you see tomorrow's opportunities, today.

Expert Collections containing Aon3D

Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.

Aon3D is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Digitization & Automation In Manufacturing.

D

Digitization & Automation In Manufacturing

203 items

Companies in discrete manufacturing focused on improving efficiency through digitization and automation.

A

Advanced Manufacturing

3,625 items

Companies focused on the technologies to increase manufacturing productivity, ranging from automation & robotics to AR/VR to factory analytics & AI, plus many more.

Aon3D Patents

Aon3D has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • 3D printers
  • 3D printing
  • 3D printing processes
patents chart

Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

3/29/2019

8/30/2022

Fused filament fabrication, Sensors, 3D printing, 3D printing processes, 3D printers

Grant

Application Date

3/29/2019

Grant Date

8/30/2022

Title

Related Topics

Fused filament fabrication, Sensors, 3D printing, 3D printing processes, 3D printers

Status

Grant

Latest Aon3D News

Canadian Space Agency deploys AON3D’s AON M2+ 3D printer to enable biomedical research on the ISS

Aug 2, 2022

3D Printing Industry The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) has turned to AON3D’s 3D printing solutions to develop biomedical R&D equipment in time for its launch to the International Space Station (ISS). Specifically, the CSA has adopted the AON3D M2+ 3D printer to produce the centrifuges needed for blood sample preparation as part of ISS research into the impact of living in space on the human body. Adopting the system is said to have enabled the agency to reduce the part’s lead time from weeks down to just 16 hours while facilitating design iteration by drastically simplifying its production. The AON3D 3D printed centrifuge onboard the ISS. Photo via AON3D. IDEX 3D printing with AON3D  Launched in June 2021, the AON M2+ is Montreal-based Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) 3D printer manufacturer AON3D’s flagship system. The machine features an independent dual extrusion (IDEX) architecture, meaning that the unit’s printheads share the same Y-axis but move independently on the X-axis. In practice, this allows the 3D printer to produce two parts at once, effectively doubling its throughput. At 450 x 450 x 640mm, the AON M2+ also sports one of the industry’s largest sub-$100,000 actively-heated build chambers and a maximum nozzle temperature of 500°C. As a result, the open-material machine is compatible with hundreds of high-performance filaments, including those with higher strength-to-weight ratios than aluminum, ESD-safe thermoplastics, and biocompatible polymers. Since the machine’s release, AON3D has pledged to continue supporting users with an AON M2+ 3D printer firmware update and three new materials. Set to launch later this year, the upgrade will bring mirror and duplication mode capabilities to the system. The firm’s material launch, meanwhile, has seen it add Zymergen Z2 Polyimide, VICTREX AM 200 LMPAEK, and Braskem FL900PP-CF compatibility. Due to its high-temperature 3D printing capabilities, the AON M2+ has previously been adopted by the likes of Astrobotic within aerospace applications. Using AON3D’s technology, the firm has developed 3D printed Peregrine Lander parts from materials that prevent ‘outgassing,’ or the build-up of condensation in the cold vacuum of space, an issue that can lead to component weakness and failure. The CSA’s centrifuge is 3D printed from ULTEM 9085 on an AON3D M2+ system. Photo via AON3D. Facilitating biomedical R&D in-orbit Having been tasked with producing a flight-ready centrifuge for the ISS, the CSA’s engineers initially considered manufacturing it via traditional technologies. However, the team quickly realized that developing the part using CNC machining or injection molding would bring lofty prototyping costs and extend its lead time beyond its launch window. Another aspect the engineers had to consider was NASA’s outgassing standards . To remain compliant with these safety specifications, something the CSA labeled a ‘primary design consideration,’ material compatibility was critical. As such, the agency didn’t consider traditional technologies to be up to the task and turned to the M2+ system and Stratasys’ ULTEM 9085 resin instead. In particular, the latter was chosen due to its flame retardancy, non-toxicity, and low Total Mass Loss (TML) when used in a vacuum, which enabled it to meet NASA’s stringent specifications. Once the CSA had identified the ideal machinery for the job, it was then deployed to create a centrifuge for blood fractionation on the ISS, i.e., its separation into red or white cells, platelets, and plasma. Leveraging the part, ISS scientists have now begun experimenting with astronauts’ blood samples to develop diagnostic information on the impact of long-term exposure to Low Earth Orbit (LEO) conditions. The project’s success is also said to have inspired other 3D printing programs onboard the station, including the NSERC -backed ‘PEEKbot project.’ The initiative will reportedly see the R&D of a rover capable of withstanding the lunar night, which can get as cold as -250° C.  The International Space Station (ISS). Photo via AON3D. Advancing 3D printing on the ISS  The ISS has become something of a hub for advanced 3D printing research in recent years, with the facility playing host to various zero-gravity R&D projects. In August last year, a Redwire lunar regolith 3D printing study was unveiled, which has seen the firm assess the technology’s Moonbase-building potential onboard the ISS. In the past, the station’s facilities have also benefited from upgrades developed using additive manufacturing. February 2020, for example, saw the ISS 3D bioprinting facility fitted with ceramic manifolds , which were 3D printed by Lithoz and Techshot, and designed to improve the number of usable tissues grown inside its onboard bioreactors. Likewise, Italy’s National Institute for Nuclear physics (INFN) has previously used Stratasys’ technologies to develop the 3D printed Mini-EUSO telescope . Now featuring a 3D printed mechanical structure, the device is being used to analyze UV emissions from the ISS and help scientists better understand cosmic rays. To stay up to date with the latest 3D printing news, don’t forget to subscribe to the 3D Printing Industry newsletter or follow us on Twitter or liking our page on Facebook . For a deeper dive into additive manufacturing, you can now subscribe to our Youtube channel, featuring discussion, debriefs, and shots of 3D printing in-action. Are you looking for a job in the additive manufacturing industry? Visit 3D Printing Jobs for a selection of roles in the industry. Featured image shows AON3D’s 3D printed centrifuge onboard the ISS. Photo via AON3D.

Aon3D Web Traffic

Rank
Page Views per User (PVPU)
Page Views per Million (PVPM)
Reach per Million (RPM)
CBI Logo

Aon3D Rank

  • When was Aon3D founded?

    Aon3D was founded in 2015.

  • Where is Aon3D's headquarters?

    Aon3D's headquarters is located at 9494 Boul St-Laurent, Montreal.

  • What is Aon3D's latest funding round?

    Aon3D's latest funding round is Series A.

  • How much did Aon3D raise?

    Aon3D raised a total of $11.62M.

  • Who are the investors of Aon3D?

    Investors of Aon3D include Panache Ventures, Y Combinator, Export Development Canada, BDC Capital, AlleyCorp and 7 more.

  • Who are Aon3D's competitors?

    Competitors of Aon3D include Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies, Nuburu, PostProcess Technologies, Boston Micro Fabrication, Fortify, Continuous Composites, Seurat Technologies, AMT, Anisoprint, Velo3D and 31 more.

You May Also Like

Boston Micro Fabrication Logo
Boston Micro Fabrication

Boston Micro Fabrication focuses on the design, development, and production of Micro/Nano-scale 3D printing systems and Micro/Nano-scale functional composite materials. It was founded in 2016 and is based in Chongqing, China.

Fortify Logo
Fortify

Fortify is a digital manufacturing company. Its patented Fluxprint process adds magnetics to proven digital light processing (DLP) 3D printing to produce composite parts with optimized mechanical properties. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts.

Fabric8Labs Logo
Fabric8Labs

Fabric8Labs is an Electrochemical Additive Manufacturing (ECAM) company that specializes in metal 3D printing.

A
AMT

AMT is a 3D printing company based in Sheffield, United Kingdom. The company develops PostPro3D, a technology that allows 3D printer users to quickly and easily apply surface finishes to 3D printed parts for aesthetically demanding products, from sports shoes to dental implants.

Carbon Logo
Carbon

Carbon is a 3D printing company that works at the intersection of hardware, software, and molecular science. Its SpeedCell is a system of connected manufacturing unit operations that enables repeatable production of end-use parts with industrial-grade materials. It caters mainly to the automotive, consumer, industrial life sciences, and dental industries. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Redwood City, California.

Additive Industries Logo
Additive Industries

Additive Industries specializes in metal additive manufacturing for functional parts and offers a modular 3D printing system and integrated information platform to high-end and demanding industrial markets.

Discover the right solution for your team

The CB Insights tech market intelligence platform analyzes millions of data points on vendors, products, partnerships, and patents to help your team find their next technology solution.

Request a demo

CBI websites generally use certain cookies to enable better interactions with our sites and services. Use of these cookies, which may be stored on your device, permits us to improve and customize your experience. You can read more about your cookie choices at our privacy policy here. By continuing to use this site you are consenting to these choices.