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Exhibiting Parts and 3D Printers in Seattle at the 3D Printer World Expo 2014

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SEE A WIDE VARIETY OF 3D PRINTERS IN SEATTLE ON AUG 22-AUG 23, 2014 AT THE MARRIOTT HYATT REGENCY BELLEVUE, WASHINGTON You’re invited to join in on a two-day celebration into the 3D printing world. The innovative minds of many entrepreneurs, business executives, artists and educators will all collide in the Grand Ballroom this August.  The 3D Printer World Expo Seattle […]

Airwolf 3D Achieves Breakthrough 3D Printer Technology with New Dual Hot End Model for Under $4,000

Most Significant Introduction in Company History Streamlines Dual Head Prints COSTA MESA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–June 24, 2014– Airwolf 3D, a privately-held designer, manufacturer and distributor of high-performance 3D printers, has once again delivered on its strategic vision for the 3D printing industry by unveiling the AW3D HD2x dual hot end 3D printer, streamlining dual head printing. […]

Airwolf 3D printing from NX software at Siemens PLM Convention in Florida

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From NX to your Airwolf desktop 3D printer with one click!  3D Printing from NX Software by Siemens Do you use NX by Siemens?  It is a very robust CAD/CAM/CAE software used by top engineering professionals.   NX is an integrated product design, engineering and manufacturing solution that helps companies deliver better products faster and […]

New WOLFBEND TPU 3D Printing Filament!

Airwolf 3D is proud to announce WOLFBEND TPU 3D Printing Filament! The days of struggling with 3D printing flexible filaments are finally over. Airwolf 3D’s new WOLFBEND TPU 3D printing filament is not only the most user-friendly flexible material on the market, but also the strongest. Have you ever wanted to print some handle bar […]

Coolest 3D Printed Thing of the Week 3D Printed Nylon Goggle Strap Loops

What do you get when you combine a set of broken goggles with sentimental value, a designer with a knack for replication, and a 3D Printer? The Coolest 3D Printed Thing of the Week, 3D Printed Nylon Goggle Strap Loops, of course! When one of Erick Wolf’s good friends came to him asking for a […]

3D Printing food…what’s next?!?

 3D Printing food pastes (and other cool materials) is now possible with the Discovery extruder by Structure3D team. Are you ready to expand the range of materials for your Airwolf 3D printer again?! Are you interested in 3D printing food and with other type of pastes?  Airwolf 3D is excited to announce that we are […]

Former Toshiba America Business Solutions CEO Mark Mathews Named President of 3D Printer Manufacturer Airwolf 3D

COSTA MESA, Calif., June 3, 2014 Former Toshiba America Business Solutions CEO Mark Mathews Named President of 3D Printer Manufacturer Airwolf 3D   COSTA MESA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–June 3, 2014 Mark Mathews, the former president and CEO of Toshiba America Business Solutions, Inc., has been named president of Airwolf 3D, a two year-old, privately-held designer, manufacturer […]

Coolest 3D Printed Thing of the Week is the 3D Printed Toothbrush

4 out of 5 dentists agree that 3D Printing your own toothbrush is AWESOME! That’s exactly what one of our great customers did. He created his very own toothbrush model, printed it on the AW3D HD, popped some bristles in, and called it good. Fresh breath and fresh tech go hand in hand apparently as […]

Desktop Engineering: AW3D HDx Personal 3D Printer is Editor’s Pick of the Week

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FOR INFORMATION, CONTACT  DE-Editors@deskeng.com  May 28, 2014  Airwolf 3D AW3D HDx Personal 3D Printer Selected Editor’s Pick of the Week by Desktop Engineering Affordable 3D printer that builds prototypes with engineering-grade materials intrigues Editor at Large. DUBLIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE, USA — Desktop Engineering (deskeng.com) announces that the new AW3D HDx, a low-cost desktop-sized […]

Airwolf 3D Unveils 3D Printer for Polycarbonate and Nylon Engineering Applications for under $3,500

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May 15, 2014 07:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time COSTA MESA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Until now the only way engineers and designers could print prototypes and parts fabricated from polycarbonate, nylon and other engineering-grade materials requiring high temperatures was to purchase large, expensive 3D printers. “Imagine a 3D printer that can print engineering-grade materials placed on every desktop” […]

The Daily Pilot

 Press coverage in the Daily Pilot 05/13/2014 At a Costa Mesa-based 3-D printer manufacturer, humans help in the process, but otherwise it’s a scene where machines make machines. On Monday afternoon, about 30 of Airwolf 3D’s printers were busy executing their programmed duties: making little parts for — what else? — more 3-D printers. Erick […]

Coolest 3D Printed Thing of the Week is the 3D-2D-3D Icosahedron

What better use of a 3D Printer than to 3D print a 2D object and then make it 3D again? When people hear “3D Printing” for the first time, they often think of an image printed on paper that you use those funky red and blue glasses to read. Rarely do they realize the capabilities […]

Now selling filament!

Airwolf 3D is proud to present an all-new line of 3D Printing Materials. The Platinum line of ABS filament is the highest quality on the market. Get great results each and every time. Airwolf 3D offers a wide variety of colors to choose from. The key to successful 3D prints is good quality material, and with […]

Airwolf 3D Ships First 3D Printer Hot End for Polycarbonate and Nylon Engineering Applications

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COSTA MESA, Calif., April 22, 2014 High-performance 3D printer manufacturer Airwolf 3D is now shipping the first affordable jam-resistant hot end for 3D printers that effortlessly prints engineering-grade materials like polycarbonate, Bridge nylon, and Nylon 645 while still retaining the ability to print in lower temp materials like PLA and ABS. Engineering-grade materials generally require […]

Coolest 3D Printed Thing of the Week is Custom Fit Kiteboard Footstraps

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Awesome customer video! Custom kiteboard footstraps designed for better take off and riding.   “I use a 3d printer (Airwolf3D 5.5 model) to customize my kiteboard footstraps. While the Naish Ally bindings are cool looking, they did not fit my feet properly and I would come off the straps way too easily. I redesigned the […]

Coolest Thing of the Week is the AW3D 3D Printed Egg Drop Enclosure

What Can you 3D Print with TPE?  An AW3D 3D Printed Egg Drop Enclosure of Course. Background of The 3D Printed Egg Drop Enclosure Everyone remembers science class when we had to create an “Embryonic Shock Suppression Unit” or, an egg drop enclosure. Yeah, that’s the one, the one where half the class ended up […]

Coolest 3D Printed Thing of the Week is the A.X.I.O.S. Armor

A.X.I.O.S Armor in ABS Advanced Xtreem Integrated Operating Scales, code-name AXIOS, is the newest Coolest 3D Printed Thing of the Week from Airwolf 3D! This flexible armor was printed fully assembled as one part on the Airwolf 3D HD printer. Now you can step up your Nerf game with armor that will move with you and adapt to whatever tactical […]

Case Study: How One Teacher Uses a 3D Printer in the Classroom

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Serrano Intermediate School’s Tech Academy embraces Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) education as it transitions to Common Core. The Tech Academy serves 102 students and consists of courses in sketch art, computer web design, stop motion animation and modeling design, and woodshop in a classroom equipped with an Airwolf XL 3D printer for […]

Coolest 3D Printed Thing of the Week is the Thorn Vase

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The Thorn Vase in ABS Looking for that perfect vase to display your favorite thorned rose or exotic thistle? Look no further than the thorn vase by Airwolf 3D. This edgy vase is a great decorative piece and would look great for anyone trying to make a point, get it, point.   Are you next? […]

Coolest 3D Printed Thing of the Week is the Offline Glass

The Offline Glass What’s worse than having your conversation being interrupted by a smartphone?  Ending the reign of cellular-addiction and breathing new life into the “bar conversation” is the goal behind the Offline Glass.  The glass does so by making it impossible to safely set down your brew without trapping your precious smartphone, thereby forcing […]