CONTINUOUS FIBER 3D PRINTING

Anisoprint

Anisoprint is the technology for manufacturing optimised composite structures through continuous fiber 3D printing. Printing reinforced lattice structures: lower weight, price and production time.

Anisoprinting is based on Composite Fiber
Co-extrusion technology

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.
Anisoprint Filament Loaded on Machine | 3D APAC | Sydney Australia
Up to 7 times lighter than steel
Up to 20 times stronger than plastic
Up to 2 times stronger and lighter than aluminium
The Co-extrusion Process Anisoprint Continuous Fiber 3D Printing | 3D APAC | Sydney Australia

The Process

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.

Desktop Solutions

Anisoprint A4 | Anisoprint A3

Anisoprint Continuous Fiber 3D Printers A3 and A4 | 3D APAC | Sydney Australia
Continuous Fiber Reinforced Composites
x 30 stronger than pure plastic
x 2 stronger & lighter than aluminum
Build Volume

Anisoprint A4 | 297 mm х 210 mm х 140 mm
Anisoprint A3 | 460 mm х 297 mm х 210 mm

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

Industrial Solutions

PROM IS 500

Anisoprint Industrial Printer Prom IS 500 | 3D APAC | Sydney Australia
Custom Solutions For Industrial Applications
Easier, faster and cheaper manufacturing process with high-strength parts from continuous fiber reinforced composites. Industrial CNC, industrial standards: reliability, repeatability, precision and safety.
High Temperature Plastics (Up to 400°C) as a Matrix

– PEEK (polyetheretherketone)
– PEI (Polyetherimide)

Build Volume
– 600 mm х 420 mm х 300 mm
Heated Chamber Temperature
– Up to 160°С
Open System

– Made for 24/7 running in a factory environment

Get the full potential of composites with the benefits of Anisoprint open system

Flexible

– Custom trajectories of fiber laying

– Freedom in materials choice: any plastic as a matrix

– Open G-code

– Non-cloud software

Optimal

– Printing lattice structures: the most optimal shape for composites

– Getting maximum strength spending minimum material

Strong & Lightweight

– 30 times stronger than plastic

– 7 times lighter than steel

– 2 times stronger and lighter than aluminum

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TO FIND YOUR 3D PRINTING SOLUTION

If you require more custom and tailored additive manufacturing solution for yourself or business, please reach out to us via our contact form, call or email. We are more than happy to help you reach your goals with 3d printing technology.