Category Archives: Materials and Filaments

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

Airwolf 3D reviews BioFila Linen Filament

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A First Look at Biodegradable BioFila Linen Airwolf 3D recently tested bioFila Linen, an interesting new biodegradable product from the company, twoBEars in Germany. BioFila Linen does not actually contain linen fibers as is customary in many other PLA based materials. Rather, bioFila Linen is composed of organic material known as lignins that are suspended in a […]

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 […]

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 […]