Back to School 3D Printing, Savings, Free Goodies and Inspiration

School Savings

Summer is cooling down, but we’re about to get started on our hottest time of the year here at Airwolf 3D! We want to help teachers get ready for school with 3d printing projects, savings, and inspiration.  Save money on school 3d printing supplies with our back to school sale:

Save 25% MG94 ABS FilamentPlatinum Series ABS Filament and Wolfbite 3D Printer Adhesives.  Use promo code “SCHOOL

This sale will end on September 10, 2018 and will be honored on public school purchase orders received through September 30, 2018.  Ask us for an educational estimate!  sales@airwolf3d.com

Back to School 3D Printing Projects

free school 3 printed downloads

With summer coming to an end and the little ones going back to school, what better way to get them excited for the new school year than with these free, fun back to school Airwolf 3D stl. file downloads?  Back by popular demand are the following free models:

Book Marker Download STL

Bubble Wand Download STL

Ruler Download STL

PRINT PARAMETERS
PRINT DIFFICULTY: BEGINNER
PRINT TIME: SHORT
SUPPORT MATERIAL: NO
MIN # OF EXTRUDERS: 1
LARGEST PRINTABLE PIECE: 12 x 8 x 12 (mm)
SCALEABLE: YES
FINISHING TIME REQUIRED: NONE

Inspirational School 3D Printing Stories!

Do you have the back to school blues?  Here are some fascinating educational case studies from our teachers and interns:

school 3D printing mounts for encoder

Tales From the Engineering Intern: Tolerances Tighter Than Deadlines

When Design Intern Prescott Campbell isn’t creating things like custom parts for Airwolf 3D’s Dodge Hellcat, he’s a full-time student at Corona Del Mar High School in Newport Beach, CA. In this blog post, Prescott shares one of the challenges his school’s team faced when preparing for the 2018 FIRST Robotics Competition: Design 3D-printed encoder mounts with only days left until the big event.

Let There Be Light: Teacher Repurposes Scrap Acrylic from AXIOM 3D Printers

Century High School STEM Teacher Mark Bush has been creating custom LED signs with scrap acrylic from AXIOM 3D printers.

THE ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS IN ACTION: LEARNING THROUGH MAKING

Our Wolfpack member, Eva Wolf, joined Jack Gupton from Walker Jr. High and Jillian Johnson-Sharp from the Orange County Department of Education/CTe Partnership at the STEM Symposium for a presentation — The Engineering Design Process in Action: Learning through MAKING (ocMakerChallenge).

Students are No. 1

Airwolf 3D founders Erick Wolf and Eva Wolf are committed to education and supporting career technical education efforts in K-12.  If you have questions, need support, need a customized estimate or simply are looking for something else, please feel to contact us here: info@airwolf3d.com