Lake Mary, FL, May 18, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Fonon Corporation (OTCQB:MBMI) (“Fonon”) believes experienced end-users are now ready to transition to application specific Additive Manufacturing Systems to address highly complex projects that are unable to move past prototype. The timing of this transition from “standard” systems to “specialized” systems aligns with the company’s strategic timing to enter the 3D metal printing systems market. Based on the company’s proprietary FUSION™ technology, next-generation 3D Additive Manufacturing Systems will address shortfalls in density control, laser power management, NANO-powder behavior under high-temperature processing, provide real-time repair vision systems and increase build plate architectures an order of magnitude.
About Fonon Corporation
Fonon Corporation is the recognized leader of industrial-grade 3D Additive and Subtractive laser-based material processing systems. Our systems are used world-wide in the semiconductor, flat panel display, automotive, aerospace, industrial, defense, electronic and medical industries with a portfolio of intellectual property, knowhow & inventions placing our company in the unique position to offer both standard 3D material processing systems or our specialty of tooling 3D laser-based transforming systems designed around the unique applications of our customers.
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