Author Archives: Airwolf 3D

Introducing The Additive Manufacturing Online Learning System

Airwolf 3D is proud to announce that after months of informative and instructional content creation, the Airwolf 3DU Additive Manufacturing Online Learning System is live! This in-depth class covers a wide range of topics that will benefit you and your company when implementing an EVO Additive Manufacturing system into your workflow. The all-new Airwolf 3DU […]

EVENT: SEMA 2021

One of the largest automotive trade shows in the world, SEMA draws over 70,000 domestic and international buyers. The show is a place to premiere thousands of new parts, tools and components. In addition, the SEMA show provides attendees with educational seminars, product demonstrations, special events, networking opportunities and more. In short, SEMA is the […]

EVO Z Calibration With Dual Nozzle Leveling

Airwolf 3D is releasing many advanced features within the latest update of the Matrix touchscreen found on the EVO Additive Manufacturing Centers. Update version 1.65 features remote printing capabilities, easy X/Y nozzle offset calibration, Z offset and Z dual nozzle calibration. These features make it that much easier for the end-user to set up their […]

Restoring the Lotus with 3D Printing

3D Printing Lotus Parts

Restoring Lotus Automobiles with Additive Manufacturing The automotive industry is at the forefront of the additive manufacturing revolution. Ford, Porsche, GM are adding their own 3D printing divisions and are even printing end-use parts. These automotive giants are investing millions of dollars to create programs involving 3D printing integration. Lotus Prepared By Claudius is the […]

Announcement: Printer Pricing Increase

3D Printer Prices to Increase Effective July 9, 2021, prices will increase on Airwolf 3D printer models.  In line with other longstanding brands, Airwolf 3D will adjust pricing to reflect costs related to tariffs, base materials, labor, research and development, and advancements in manufacturing processes.  The following new prices represent a 6% price increase and […]

Airwolf 3D Announces Issuance of US Patent for Auto-Leveling System

Las Vegas, NV (May 4, 2021) Airwolf 3D, a research and development and manufacturing company focused on additive manufacturing, today announces the issuance of United States Patent No. 10,994,480 directed to an auto-leveling system for a three-dimensional printer. This proprietary technology is applicable to additive manufacturing centers. 3D Printer Auto-Leveling System Enhances Reliability The patent […]

Changing the Electric Vehicle Game with Additive Manufacturing – Meet ELECTRIC GT

Additive manufacturing electric vehicle components

Usually, when visiting any kind of auto shop, we think of loud engines, dirty cars, and the smell of gas. Visiting Brock Winberg and his company Electric GT is anything but, and we are surprised to find a high-end customization facility filled with rare cars which have gone through, or are currently going through, electric […]

The 3D Advantage – Racing with Tim Hunter and Airwolf 3D

3d printing race car parts

With the sound of engines revving in the distance, I knew I was in the right place. Out of a sea of trailers, I was looking for a car that was a little out of the ordinary. Not only was it one of the only front-wheel-drive race cars at Buttonwillow Raceway, CA that day, but […]

New EVO Firmware 1.58.8 + QUIET STEPPERS

EVO firmware 1.58.8 and later incorporates many advancements, the most noticeable being significant noise reduction. By employing a new stepper motor control algorithm, all EVOs are now much quieter and smoother than ever before. In addition, the stepper motors draw less current, resulting in cooler and more reliable operation. Homing speeds are also increased to […]

Huge 25lb. Filament Spool Hub Printed on the EVO

This spool hub was created by Airwolf 3D and printed in ABS with a 1mm nozzle in 14 hours on the EVO Additive Manufacturing Center. These large 25 lb. spools allow Airwolf 3D to extrude large quantities of filament while having the ability to break it up into smaller spools when needed. Did you know […]

Biggest Update to APEX Yet! Introducing solid layer support and highly-requested features and fixes with software update 1.5.8

Apex Professional 3D Printing Software by Airwolf 3D

Airwolf 3D is pleased to release the biggest update to APEX yet!  Developed specifically for Airwolf 3D printers, APEX slicing software is part of our commitment to continually improve the 3D printing process for our customers.  In this installment, we have added solid layer support, optimized support generation, and improved prime tower configuration. APEX is […]

3D Printer Tent Sale in Southern California

used 3d printer tent sale southern california

Airwolf 3D will hold the industry’s first 3D PRINTER TENT SALE.  This will take place on Saturday, March 9, 2019, at its Southern California manufacturing facility.    The company must make room for incoming EVO and EVO22 inventory, and all HD and XL Legacy machines must go.  Among the thousands of sale items, Airwolf 3D will […]

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 […]

Take a Load Off: 3D-Printed Hub For Constant Force Springs Gives Robotics Team a Competitive Edge

3D Printed Robotics

Airwolf 3D Design Intern and High School Junior Prescott Campbell shares his design process for 3D-printed hubs he created for his team’s entry in the FIRST Robotics Competition. The ‘Power Up’ Challenge: Tip the Scales In this year’s FIRST Robotics Competition game, “Power Up,” the principal task is to lift “power cubes,” or plastic crates […]

Tales From the Engineering Intern: Tolerances Tighter Than Deadlines

3D-printed encoder mounts

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 […]