The Wolfpack gears up for CES 2016.
Airwolf 3D is excited to be part of one of the year’s biggest technology conference, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada from January 6th through the 9th, stationed at Booth #72617. CES continues to impress and awe people throughout the world and honors outstanding engineering and design in consumer technology products. Cutting edge technology will be demonstrating at CES 2016 including:
- 3D Printing
- Rapid Prototyping
- Health and Fitness Technology
- Smart Homes
- Car Manufacturing
- Renewable Energy
Stop by our booth, chat with the Wolfpack at CES 2016 and learn about everything 3D printing related and the AXIOM 3D printer. Can’t make it to Las Vegas for this event? Follow activities on Twitter: #AW3DCES2016 or find us on Facebook.
THE WORLD’S ONLY TRUE JETPACK: JETPACK AVIATION PARTNERS WITH AIRWOLF 3D TO ACCELERATE THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE WORLD’S ONLY TRUE JETPACK
JetPack Aviation has been secretly working and perfecting the Jetpack for over 25 years. During this time they’ve tested all manner of propulsion systems including pulse jets, micro turbines, ducted fans, pressure jets and only recently has turbine technology improved to the point that JetPack Aviation has been able to build a reliable and stable craft, the JB-9 JetPack.
Airwolf 3D and JetPack Aviation engineers will display and demonstrate 3D printed JetPack components at CES 2016. JetPack Aviation and Airwolf 3D believe that a Jetpack should be just that – a jet turbine powered backpack that is capable of vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL), is extremely light and small and can easily be carried around by the pilot. It should be powerful enough to lift the pilot quickly to thousands of feet above the ground but small enough to fit into the trunk of a car. Meet the JB-9 JetPack.
JetPack Aviation has invested vast amounts of manpower to stress modelling the engine mounts, airframe and with airflow analysis for engine positioning and inlet cowling design.
“Airwolf 3D’s latest AXIOM 3D printer was the key enabling technology to allow us to rapidly prototype our new JetPack fuel tank prior to committing to actual tooling.”
Nelson Tyler, Designer at JetPack Aviation
Win a 3D Printed F1 RC Car
One lucky person will win a 3D Printed F1 RC Car designed by Daniel Norée. The 3D Printed F1 RC Car is a project for almost all ages and skill levels, and will allow you to understand the capabilities of the AXIOM 3D printer, as well as the many materials it can print with. Come see the open 3D printed F1 RC Car and enter the raffle for your chance to win your very own RC Car at CES 2016 at Booth #72617 from January 6-9 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas!