January 29, 2015
HDR How to 3D Print on the Cloud
The all-new HDR desktop 3D printer from Airwolf 3D sets new standards with its high resolution dual head printing capabilities, Wi-Fi connectivity, innovative ‘cloud-based’ slicing and printing via an 8” tablet interface, and a rigid aluminum backbone. The HDR is the first model in Airwolf 3D’s lineup to feature this ground-breaking cloud-based technology, and allows the user to not only print from the cloud, but also slice and store files. Simply choose the file, choose the material and resolution, and print. It is as simple as that. Access the printer’s manual controls, print status, and stored files from almost any tablet, computer, or smartphone. The HDR wouldn’t be complete without its large build volume (11” x 8” x 12”), new and improved JR2x hotend with its new easy calibration, and the all new aluminum/acrylic hybrid semi-enclosed frame.
The Airwolf 3D model HDR is the first 3D printer in the Airwolf 3D lineup to introduce cloud-based slicing and file management. When combined with the included 8″ tablet device and Astroprint.com anyone can 3d print on the cloud.