Author Archives: Airwolf 3D

How to Cold Cast with a 3D Printer

Cold Casting with 3D Printer

Cold Cast with 3D Printed Mold There are two ways to create custom objects out of metal with a 3D printer. The first option is to print the object directly with a special 3D filament that contains metallic powders such as bronze or stainless steel suspended in a matrix of plastic material. This option works great […]

ocMaker Challenge 2015 and STEM Showcase

 Join us at ocMaker Challenge 2015 Join us April 24th through the 26th at the OC Fair and Event center to witness the ocMaker Challenge 2015 and STEM/STEAM showcase brought to you by Vital Link, OC Fair Imaginology, and Airwolf 3D. The 2015 STEM & the Arts Career Showcase is a collaboration of corporate, education, and non-profit […]

Tesla Motors and Airwolf 3D to put on Tech Expo at InnovateOC Launch Party.

InnovateOC Launch InnovateOC will be hosting a launch event on Thursday, April 16th from 6:00p.m to 9:00p.m. The event is expected to bring around 200 entrepreneurial people from various industries for fun, food, and events. Airwolf 3D, TESLA Motors, and others will put on a tech expo for those in attendance. Representatives from several universities including Irvine […]

.35mm nozzle vs. .50. Which one is right for you?

.35 vs. .50 mm nozzle

.35mm Nozzle vs. .50mm. What is the difference? “Which nozzle is best? .35mm or .50mm?”. This is one of the most common questions that prospective customers have when researching their 3D printer options.  Airwolf 3D offers customers the option of purchasing .35mm nozzles but it is not always clear why they might actually prefer the .50mm nozzle over […]

Lakewood Native, Faith Lennox Tugs Heartstrings with New 3D Printed Hand.

Faith Lennox

  Hand it to Faith Seven-year old, Faith Lennox was born with a physical anomaly called compartment syndrome caused by an injury that she sustained during her birth. In Faith’s case the injury was so severe that doctors were forced to amputate her limb when she was just 6 months old.  As many parents will […]

Piping Mad Entrepreneurs Create Two Businesses with One 3D Printer.

Piping Mad Prints

It Began with a Trade In January of 2014 Kelly Green found herself seeking ways to keep herself occupied while her husband was out of town on business. A naturally gifted cookie artist, Kelly sought ways to put her skills to use. On a whim she told her husband, William, that she wanted a 3D printer […]

Airwolf 3D Lends a Helping Hand with 3D Printed Prosthetic

Airwolf 3D Creates New Prosthetic for Orange County Girl Back in December, 2014 Airwolf 3D printed over 200 prosthetic hands for children in need, and also broke a world record while doing it. This project was one of the most meaningful Airwolf 3D projects to date. Working with Robohand USA, the 3D printing company hosted […]

Rapid 3D Print Exposition 2015

2015 RAPID 3D Print Exposition SME will host the 2015 RAPID exposition at the Long Beach Exhibition Center from May 18th through the 21st. Come and chat with one of our friendly representatives at Booth 859 and stick around for a demonstration of our amazing 3D printers. The event promises to be the preeminent event in […]

Wolfpack sets new Guinness World Record in 3D Printing

Most 3D Printers Operating Simultaneously Remember back in December of 2014 how Airwolf 3D told the world that we intended to break the world record for most 3D printers operating simultaneously?…Well, we did it!! Airwolf 3D is now the official Guinness World Records™ holder for, “the most 3D printers operating simultaneously!” To be considered for […]

Local Event: “Drone Day” Lands in Southern California March 14th

First Ever International Drone Day Lands in Southern California As part of more than 115 similar drone-centric events taking place in 40 countries around the world, the first-ever Drone Day will be taking place in Los Alamitos, California on March 14th, 2015. The event is organized by Mike Rivard, CEO of RadFlight Inc. and is sponsored […]

Airwolf 3D Unveils Wolfbite Nano, Industry-Changing Adhesive Solution for Optimal PLA 3D Printing

Wolfbite™ nano banner

Costa Mesa, Calif. – Airwolf 3D today Wolfbite Nano, a premium solution specifically engineered to bond polylactic acid (PLA) plastic parts to a glass 3D printer build plate without lifting—also known in the industry as “warpage,”—and to enable smooth release of objects after printing. This new solution works well with heated and non-heated beds on […]

Airwolf 3D to attend annual CUE Conference 2015

Annual CUE Conference 2015 Airwolf 3D will attend the 2015 CUE Conference at the Palm Springs Convention Center from March 19th through March 21st. CUE is the largest education technology conference in California and will attract thousands of teachers, administrators, students, parents, and educational professionals interested in supporting student achievement through technological innovation.

Airwolf 3D to attend Orange County’s Largest Mixer XII

Orange County’s Largest Mixer XII Airwolf 3D will join Orange County’s chambers and business organizations for the Orange County’s Largest Mixer XII® on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at the OC Fair and Event Center. Hundreds of companies from a wide range of industries throughout Orange County will attend the event which promises to be Orange County’s […]

Dinjee LLC battle-tests Glo Rails™ in Monster X Tour 2015.

  As a testament to Dinjee Glo Rail’s™ strength and durability CEO Bryan Hickman decided to strap them to nearly a dozen monster trucks performing in the Monster X Tour shown in the video above. These Glo Rail-clad behemoths can be seen rampaging their way through 75 cities across North America throughout 2015. It seems like a rather extreme field test […]

3D Printed Mini-Farm Tackles Big Problems.

. Davide Sher of 3D Printing Industry recently wrote an article showcasing Mike Adams, the founder of FoodRising.org. According to the article, agricultural activist Mike Adams created a compact food production system that utilizes 3D printed components to grow food hydroponically without the need for costly electronic equipment. The Mini-Farm Grow Boxes give gardening hobbyists or homesteaders the ability […]

Why should I buy from an Airwolf 3D authorized reseller?

Why should I buy from an Airwolf 3D authorized reseller? Resellers are people or companies that purchase products from a manufacturer or wholesaler and then re-sell the merchandise for profit. But not every reseller is alike. There are freelance resellers and there are authorized resellers. Many freelance resellers are simply entrepreneurial people who find good […]

What is the Difference between t-glase and PETG?

 What is the difference between t-glase and PETG? There is frequently some confusion on the difference between T-glase and PETG. The short answer is that T-glase (pronounced TEE-Glass) is the trade name that Taulman 3D has given to their formulation of PETG, which was originally named “Taulman 810”. Technically-speaking both products are PETG, but the difference […]

The Press Telegram Guinness World Record for 3D Printing

Cerritos College students help set Guinness World Record for 3D Printing Faculty and Cerritos College students joined Airwolf 3D in setting World Record for 3D Printing, Courtesy By Josh Dulaney, Long Beach Press Telegram POSTED: 02/14/15, 8:27 PM PST | EXCERPT: Cerritos College students recently helped set a world record. Students in the community college’s new […]

Be our Valentine?

Wolfbite™ Valentine's Promo

Valentine’s Day   …..Take a breath. Smell that? It’s a mixture of Mylar and chalky candy heart factories working double-time to prepare for the upcoming Valentine’s celebration. Yep. That’s the smell of love. It is definitely in the air. And nothing brings home the spirit of the holiday better than a thoughtful missive from an treasured admirer.  We […]

Airwolf 3D finds new use for polycarbonate filament on the trail.

Photo of Airwolf 3D's Jowell Randall field testing his custom polycarbon clutch lever in Lucerne Valley, CA.

The Pinky Problem Airwolf 3D’s Jowell Randall likes to do things his own way. While his friends were busy pretending to be Batman, Jowell was the Green Arrow. When other kids begged their parents for ice cream, Jowell clamored for fruit. Similarly, while most dirt bike riders use their index and middle fingers to squeeze their clutch lever, Jowell prefers […]

Airwolf 3D debuts Wolfbite Nano™ for PLA.

NEWS RELEASE Airwolf 3D Unveils Wolfbite Nano, Industry-Changing Adhesive Solution for Optimal PLA 3D Printing COSTA MESA, Calif., Feb. 3, 2015 –Airwolf 3D today announced Wolfbite Nano™, a premium solution specifically engineered to bond polylactic acid (PLA) plastic parts to a glass 3D printer build plate without lifting—also known in the industry as “warpage,”—and to enable smooth release […]

Wolfpack gears up for 14th annual Pacific Design and Manufacturing Expo.

2015 Pacific Design and Manufacturing Expo

The 14th annual Pacific Design and Manufacturing expo is fast approaching! This year the event will be hosted at the Anaheim Convention Center from February 10th through the 12th and it promises to be jam-packed with more than 300 exhibiting companies in the design, manufacturing, and process solutions fields. Attendees of the expo will have […]

3DMedScan develops “In-Sync 3D Putting” trainer.

3DMedScan Putting trainer

Are you prepared for USGA rule 14-1b? In 2016, USGA rule 14-1b will go into effect prohibiting the use of anchored strokes in professional golf. Recreational and amateur players will have a bit longer to prepare for the rule change; however, he/she may have to contend with the competitive jabs of his peers when he employs the […]

PCTPE prototype: Airwolf 3D’s Cameron gets crash course in the new material.

PCTPE prototype skid plate on RC car

Designing the PCTPE prototype When it comes to men there are two universal truths: they love their tools. And they love their toys.  In this article, Airwolf 3D’s Advanced Designer Cameron got to put both of his loves to the test with a new material, PCTPE. Taulman 3D’s Plasticized Copolyamide Thermoplastic Elastomer (a.k.a. PCTPE) was designed […]

“Smart Art” by Jeff Cain: 3D Art Project Entitled, “Canis Latrans No. 1”

3D art project by Jeff Cain entitled, "Canis Latrans No. 1"

USC faculty Jeff Cain shows new 3d printed sculpture at the Cerritos College Art Gallery. Cerritos College Art Gallery recently showcased artist Jeff Cain’s, “Canis Latrans  no. 1” as part of its ART+TECH Artist-in-Residence program. The program was created to give selected artists free-reign to utilize the advanced technology located on the Cerritos campus. The […]