Category Archives: Materials and Filaments

This section is for Airwolf 3D articles relating to the materials and filaments commonly used with Airwolf 3D printers.

PETG CARBONITE: The NEW Carbon Fiber Reinforced PETG from Airwolf 3D!

Carbon Fiber Reinforced PETG

Meet the newest material to join our lineup of engineering-grade 3D printing filaments: PETG CARBONITE. Like the other carbon composites in our CARBONITE series, PETG CARBONITE boasts superior strength, a low tendency to shrink or warp, high printability and a beautifully even-textured surface finish. There are a lot of fans of 3D printing with PETG […]

Introducing Airwolf 3D Premium Pass

AW3D Premium Pass

Get first class filament at exclusive VIP prices with the new Airwolf 3D Premium Pass. Premium Pass is the premiere membership program for purchasing the highest quality 3D printing filaments at exclusive members-only prices — regardless of what brand of 3D printer you have. Plus, you get FREE shipping on EVERYTHING in our shop, from […]

Hooked on 3D Printing: The Hook Design Process

3D Printing Filament Strength

Hooked on 3D Printing is a new series from Airwolf 3D where we will test the strength of popular 3D printing filaments. To get this project done, we enlisted the help of one of our newest Wolfpack members, Kevin Coulson. Our intern for the summer, Kevin is a second year student at the University of […]

Airwolf 3D products empower users to successfully 3D print in polypropylene

3D Print in Polypropylene

Can you 3D print in polypropylene?  Yes, you can now with Airwolf 3D’s polypropylene filament and Ultra, a brand new Wolfbite solution formulated specially for use with polypropylene applications. Did you know that only three different plastics make up over 66 percent of the TOTAL high performance plastics used in cars? Chief among these plastics, […]

Meet the CARBONITE Series

Carbon Fiber Filament

Airwolf 3D is excited to bring you the CARBONITE Series, our new line of carbon fiber filaments designed for high-performance applications. What is the CARBONITE Series? Designed for industrial use, these engineering-grade filaments offer everything you love about your favorite materials, but with added strength, thanks to the addition of carbon fiber. The first of […]