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American Innovator Saleen Using Desktop 3D Printer for Automotive Design and Rapid Development Cycle

Project Hellcat: Custom 3D-Printed Speaker Covers

3D-Printed Speaker Covers

Airwolf 3D Intern Prescott Campbell has been busy helping the rest of the Wolfpack design and print custom parts for the company’s project car, the Dodge SRT Hellcat Challenger. Check out how he accomplished his latest project, re-designed speaker covers customized with the “AW3D” logo. The stock speaker cover in the SRT Hellcat Challenger works […]

Custom 3D-Printed Cup Holder for the Dodge SRT Hellcat Challenger

3D-Printed Cup Holders for the Dodge SRT Hellcat Challenger

Airwolf 3D Summer Intern Prescott Campbell is a junior at Corona Del Mar High School in Newport Beach, CA. With his passion for cars and experience using Airwolf 3D printers on his school’s robotics team, Prescott joined the Wolfpack to help work on custom 3D-printed parts for the Dodge SRT Hellcat Challenger. His first project? […]

3D Printing Automotive Parts on Demand

3D Printing Automotive Parts

A prospective customer recently approached Wolfpack Team Member and Airwolf 3D Sales Engineer Jack Licorish with an interesting problem and request. The customer ran an automotive shop and was curious about 3D printing automotive parts, hoping it would save his shop time and money. The problem? The customer was having trouble finding a 3D printer […]

How Airwolf 3D Printers Make Saleen Muscle Cars Even Faster

High-performance muscle cars G-forces push you back in your seat. You shift effortlessly through the six-speed transmission, listening to the supercharged 351ci DOHC V8 engine as the view outside rushes by at over 200 mph. Is it a Ferrari Enzo ZXX Edo Competition ZR? Porsche 911 GTurbo 1200? Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport? Nope. It’s […]

Coolest 3D Printed Thing of the Week is the Glow Rail

coolest 3d printed things

 Featured 3D Printed Part Glo Rails Light Up the Night How It Works Constructed of 1.9-inch polycarbonate tubing (cut to order), the Glo Rails are equipped with watertight 3watt LED modules in aluminum housings, along with custom 3D printed elbows and installation hardware. The People Behind This With the help of an Airwolf 3D printer, Bryan […]