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Speed

 

Airwolf 3D AXIOM models operate at printing speeds of up to 250 millimeters per second, and travel speeds as high as 400 millimeters per second. At Airwolf 3D we understand that time is critical, and this is why we have developed one of the fastest desktop 3D printers on the market.

Size

 

Size limitation is currently a major drawback with most 3D printers on the market. Not at Airwolf 3D. With a huge build platform, the HD series can print large models without having to print in multiple pieces.




Accuracy

 

With a 40 micron minimum layer height, and an X, Y resolution of 20 microns, the AXIOM series printers are extremely accurate. Airwolf 3D has worked hard on balancing resolution and speed, and has come up with a system that provides the best of both worlds.

Durability

 

At Airwolf 3D, we don’t only make and sell 3D printers, but we also use them as a tool on a daily basis for our own production line. This requires a durable machine that requires little maintenance. We hold these same standards for our customers, and have constructed our printers with the highest quality parts possible.

Materials

 

The list continues to grow……At 40 materials and counting, the possibilities are endless. With a large temperature range, and the ability to reach up to 320C on the hotend, the AXIOM series is able to print with numerous materials, ranging from PLA and ABS to TPU, Nylon and Polycarbonate.

MATERIAL DESCRIPTION HOT END TEMPERATURE BED TEMP. USER CLASS HOT-END COMPATIBLE
ABS
(Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene)
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene is the most commonly used 3D printing material. This is the same material that most Lego building blocks are made of. Airwolf 3D utilizes ABS in the manufacture of many of its components because of its ease-of-use and resistance to high temperatures. 250 °C 120 °C Standard
3D Printing
Materials
JR2X, JRX, JR
ALLOY 910 With a combined tensile strength higher than the strongest co-polyesters, the durability of Nylons, a shrinkage factor that rivals our t-glase, a vast range of chemical resistance and a 95C working range, you now have one solution easily printable at 245C. 245 °C 80 °C Engineering 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
Bamboofill This is a PLA/PHA based compound mixed with natural bamboo fibers. 195-220 °C 50-60 °C Infused
Hybrid
Materials
JR2X, JRX, JR
Bendlay This is an extremely translucent material that will allow you to print nearly clear items, while at the same time being remarkably resilient and elastic. 210°C-240 °C 20-55 ° C Standard 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
Brassfill This product is based on a proprietary PLA formulation and allows the user to achieve a polished golden appearance when finished. 190-210 ° C 20-55 ° C Infused Hybrid Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
Bronzefill This is composed of an 80/20 bronze to PLA mixture which results in a metallic finish. Sanding and polishing Bronzefill will result in a shiny metalic finish. 190-210 ° C 20-55 ° C Infused Hybrid Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
bioFila Linen bioFila Linen is composed of organic material known as lignins that are suspended in a PLA matrix. Lignins are responsible for providing strength and rigidity to the cell walls of plants and are one of the main ingredients found in paper. The resulting filament is non toxic and biodegradable and produces prints with a linen-like texture. 165 – 200 ° C 90 ° C Standard 3D Printing JR2X, JRX, JR
Carbon Fiber ABS CFR-ABS consists of carbon fibers suspended in an ABS matrix. The filament is ideal for applications that require high strength and rigidity. The resulting print will have a matte black appearance. 160 – 190 ° C 220 – 240 ° C Infused Hybrid Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
Carbon Fiber PLA CFPLA is a durable filament with carbon fibers suspended in a PLA matrix. The resulting 3D prints are rigid with a matte black finish and exhibit extremely low warping characteristics. 195 – 220 ° C 50 ° C Infused Hybrid Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
ColorfabbXT This product is similar to PLA but with improved temperature resistance, and bonding strength. Printed projects have a smooth glossy sheen. 240 – 260 ° C 60 – 70 ° C Standard 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
Copperfill When sanded and polished this material will produce a metallic shine. Copperfill is approximately 3 times heavier than traditional PLA/PHA polymers, so it will create objects with a bit of heft to them. 190-210 ° C 20-55 ° C Infused Hybrid Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
ESD ABS This belongs to a family of specialty filaments that utilize carbon wall nanotubes to produce a product that is capable of conducting electricity. This product is commonly used in applications that require electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection. 240 – 245 ° C 110 ° C Standard 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
GEL-LAY This is a jelly-like material that is ideal for creating rubbery, squishy, objects. Gel-Lay is part rubber-elastomeric polymer and part PVS. When rinsed in water only the rubber polymer remains as a micro-porous and flexible object. 225 – 235 ° C 20 – 55 ° C Standard 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
HIPS HIPS is short for High Impact Polystyrene. It has very similar properties to ABS and works well as a support material using Limonene to dissolve it. 240 ° C 120 ° C Standard 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
Igus Iglidur Igus iglidur is a relatively new material that is up to 50 times more abrasion resistant than conventional 3D print materials. 240 ° C 120 ° C Engineering 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
LAY FOMM 40 This product is composed of rubber-elastomeric polymer and PVA giving it a foamy, porous consistency. When rinsed in water only the rubber polymer remains as a micro-porous, flexible, object. 220 – 230 °C 40 – 60 °C Standard 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
LAY-FELT This product prints porous, flexible, objects with a felt consistency. When rinsed in water the PVA component dissolves leaving behind a felt-like rubbery material. 225 – 235 °C 20 – 55 °C Standard 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
LAY-FOMM 60 This product is composed of rubber-elastomeric polymer and PVA giving it a foamy, porous consistency. When rinsed in water only the rubber polymer remains as a micro-porous, flexible, object that is slightly more firm than Lay-Fomm 40. 220- 230 °C 40 – 60 °C Standard 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
LayWOO-D3 LayWOO-D3 is a mixture of recycled wood fibers and polymer binders. The printed wood can be made to appear rough (similar to MDF) or to have a smooth surface. 175 – 250 °C 30 °C Infused Hybrid Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
Nylon
“Platinum Series”
Platinum Series Nylon is a strong, durable material that is ideal for applications that require abrasion and impact resistance. Unlike most nylon filaments, Platinum Series Nylon can print at lower temperatures which makes it better suited for use with print jobs that require two different types of materials. Platinum Series Nylon is naturally white and can be dyed with standard clothing dye to achieve custom colors. 245 °C 80 °C Engineering 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRx
Nylon 618 Taulman’s “618” is a high strength nylon co-polymer. It is very strong but tends to warp strongly, similar to ABS. Unlike ABS, however, it’s hard to get it to stick to the print surface. The best prints are produced when 1/4″ Garolite LE is placed over the heated bed on an Airwolf 3D printer. 235 – 270 °C 55 °C Engineering 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRx
Nylon 645 Taulman’s “645” offers very high strength, high durability, and good chemical resistance. 245 – 255 °C 45 °C Engineering 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRx
NYLON 680 The polymer is a pure polymer that is FDA approved. There are no additives used in the chemical manufacturing or extrusion processes. Nylon 680 uses processes to accommodate it’s use in FFM style/type 3D Printers. 240 °C 70 °C Engineering 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
Nylon Bridge This filament is named “bridge” for its ability to bridge the gap between ABS and Nylon filamment for FFF style 3D printing. Nylon Bridge has strength characteristics similar to Nylon 645 but with better printing characteristics including enhanced bed adhesion. 285 °C 80 °C Engineering 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRx
PCTPE PCTPE has several unique features that allow users to print highly flexible parts with the durability of nylon polymers. PCTPE provides the smooth lustrous texture of nylon with the added flexibility offered in rubbery products like TPE. 240 °C 70 °C Standard 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRx
PET PET or PolyEthylene Terephthalate is a lightweight, colorless, material commonly used to print translucent objects that are strong and impact-resistant. 210 – 255 °C 55 °C Standard 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRx
PETG  PETG is also known as glycol modified PET, or less commonly as GPET. This material has a high degree of durability and impact resilience yet it is also very flexible and is capable of being recycled. PETG can be found in many colors including transparent. 240 °C 80 °C Standard 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
PLA (Polylactic Acid) This is one of the most commonly used materials in 3D printing today. It is biodegradable, easy to use, and provides great surface finish and print quality. PLA can be dissolved in lye-based drain cleaner (such as Drano) while leaving other materials such as ABS unaffected, which makes it an excellent support material. 220 °C 70 °C Standard 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
Polycarbonate/ABS This is an incredibly tough material designed for strong, resilient parts. PC-ABS alloy provides vast improvements over standard ABS in terms of heat deflection, impact resistance, rigidity, and surface finish. 285 °C 130 °C Engineering 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
Polycarbonate This is a strong, durable material that can be put to the test with functioning prototypes. Polycarbonate filament is a high temperature material that offers good heat resistance and layer bonding, and is produces an excellent finish when printed. 315 °C 135 °C Engineering 3D Printing Materials. JR2X, JRx
Soft PLA This is a flexible 3D printing material that feels and acts like rubber. It prints easily and can be removed easily when used as a support material. This material is best used with small layer heights due to the increased stresses that result during flexion. 220 – 235 °C 20 – 55 °C Standard 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
Stainless Steel PLA This material utilizes metallic powder suspended in PLA to produce objects that appear to be made of steel. The material may be sanded and polished to produce a metalic sheen or left with a rough texture to produce the effect seen in the picture to the left. 195 – 220 °C 50 °C Infused Hybrid Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
T-Glase T-glase (pronounced Tee Glass) is a special formulation of PETG produced by Taulman 3D. It is made of FDA approved polymers for direct food contact in applications such as containers. Printed parts have a clear, crystal-like quality. T-glase also prints easily on acrylic, glass, and PET film. 250 °C 90 °C Standard 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
TPU (Wolfbend) TPU stands for thermoplastic polyurethane. TPU has good elasticity and transparency, and it is resistant to oil, grease, and abrasion. Wolfbend TPU is much stronger than typical TPU. Layer-to-layer bonding is incredible and layer separation is virtually non-existent. 195 – 230 °C 70 °C Standard 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
Laybrick This product utilizes fine milled chalk suspended in polymers to produce objects with a stone-like consistency. 180 – 200 °C 20 – 55 °C Infused Hybrid Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
Ninjaflex TPE This is a “Thermoplastic elastomer” also known as “Thermoplastic rubber.” TPE feels rubber-like and springs back into shape when decompressed. 240 °C 50 °C Standard 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
PLA 4043D This is a popular environmentally friendly form of PLA. It tends to extrude at lower temperatures than traditional PLA and appears more like ABS when printed. 180 – 220 °C 60 – 65 °C Standard 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR
PVA Polyvinyl alcohol is a water-soluble synthetic polymer. It prints very easily and can be used as a wash away support structure. 170 – 190 °C 45 °C Standard 3D Printing Materials JR2X, JRX, JR

Material temperatures given are just starting points. These temperatures may vary depending on printer, hot end, outside temperature, filament quality, filament age, and many other factors.
Use these temperatures as a starting point, but please keep in mind they may need to be adjusted slightly.

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