A few weeks ago, we learned about an Australian company called AONIQ and its industrial 888 3D printer, which is set to go on sale at the beginning of August. One notable feature of the 888 is that it 3D prints with polyvinyl chloride, or PVC, which is one of the most commonly used polymers in the world; however, it's a brand new material to 3D printing, introduced for the first time only last year. While PVC 3D printing is still a rarity, AONIQ believes that it will catch on quickly, even replacing ABS eventually as the go-to polymer material for additive manufacturing. We've been very curious about this material ourselves, so we had A Few Questions For AONIQ Founder and CEO Michael Slavica, who told us more about what we can expect from PVC. Read the full interview at 3DPrint.com: http://3dprint.com/180904/a-few-questions-for-aoniq/