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Airwolf 3D Tooling Room of the Future

  The students of University of California, Irvine; Chapman University; Irvine Valley College; and Saddleback College teamed up to compete in their first U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon competition.  Over the past two years, the students have designed an innovative, net-zero-energy house that draws inspiration from the California state flower, or the golden poppy. […]

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Additive Manufacturing Aids in Dirt Bike Repair

It is always great when kids have outdoor activities available to them, especially when an engineering lesson can be incorporated at the same time. But as most know, when kids play on something for a long period of time, things tend to break. While repeatedly replacing broken parts can become costly, many people, engineers or […]

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See Airwolf 3D Printers in Houston, Texas at the Design and Manufacturing Show

  See Airwolf 3D Printers in Houston Texas at the Design and Manufacturing Show The AW3D Axiom Offers CoreXY Motion Control System, Fully Enclosed Print Theater, JrX Hotend and More COSTA MESA, Calif., October 09, 2015—Airwolf 3D is displaying its latest 3D printer, the AXIOM, to its award winning line-up of desktop 3D printers for the […]

Additive Manufacturing used to enhance a motorcycle

Engineer Uses Additive Manufacturing to Enhance His Ride

”I now have a process of making components for my motorcycle that takes only three to four days with a 3D printer versus several weeks at a fabricating shop,” says Jowell Randall while being interviewed about the pieces he created for his new Triumph Daytona 675R. Jowell is very familiar with the 3D printing process, as […]

Sycamore Junior High STEM

Sycamore School teaches STEM, robotics, and 3D Printing in School.

    RoseZetta B. Cummings, a teacher for Sycamore Junior High School, takes a multifaceted approach to teaching Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) skills by incorporating modern robotics and 3D printing in school.  This revised take on education seems to signal a reversal in academic doctrine that once seemed hell-bent on making education little more than a process of painfully […]

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Emerging Technology Vehicles with 3D Printed Parts at 2015 UCI Energy Invitational

   As Far as you can, as Fast as you can, on just $1.00 of Fuel. The UCI Performance Engineering Program is preparing for its 4th annual UCI Energy Invitational on May 24th, 2015. The event will feature vehicles designed by local college and high school teams like the one shown here with District Superintendent, Mike Matsuda behind the […]