Category Archives: Rapid Prototyping for Engineers

This category is reserved for all articles that demonstrate rapid prototyping in the engineering/architecture field.

Don’t Call It a 3D Printer: Groundbreaking EVO Additive Manufacturing Center Has Arrived

Introducing EVO Additive Manufacturing System

Airwolf 3D makes history yet again with the release of its fifth generation machine: The EVO Additive Manufacturing Center. Packed with innovative features, the EVO is the fastest, strongest, highest-performing desktop additive manufacturing system in its class. Isn’t the EVO just another industrial 3D printer? Not if we have anything to say about it. “The […]

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 […]

Airwolf 3D Printers at SEMA!

3D Printers at SEMA

3D Printers at SEMA The Wolfpack is currently in fabulous Las Vegas for SEMA 2016! The largest automotive trade show of the year, SEMA was the perfect place for us to unveil our two, newest printers. AXIOM 20, which we released on Tuesday, is the new and absolute must-have desktop 3D printer for any automotive […]

3D Printed JetPack Accelerates the Product Design Cycle

3D Printed JetPack

3D Printed JetPack: JetPack Aviation partners with Airwolf 3D to Accelerate the development of the World’s only true JetPack Los Angeles, CA, Airwolf 3D and JetPack Aviation will display 3D printed JetPack components at CES 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada on January 7, 2016. JetPack Aviation and Airwolf 3D believe that a JetPack should be just […]

Engineer Uses Additive Manufacturing to Enhance His Ride

Additive Manufacturing used to enhance a motorcycle

”I now have a process of making components for my motorcycle that takes only three to four days with a 3D printer versus several weeks at a fabricating shop,” says Jowell Randall while being interviewed about the pieces he created for his new Triumph Daytona 675R. Jowell is very familiar with the 3D printing process, as […]

5 Advantages of 3D Printed Tooling, Jigs and Fixtures

  3D printing, or additive manufacturing, has already been adopted by many big name companies to replace their current prototyping methods and even to be used as part of the manufacturing process. With an increasing popularity that is already spreading into the consumer market, additive manufacturing is certainly one of the lead technologies in the […]

3D Printed Fixtures in Airwolf 3D’s Shipping Department Save Time

Time Saving Devices: 3D Check out these time saving devices. These are custom 3D printed fixtures which are designed and printed for the shipping department at Airwolf 3D 3D printed fixtures can save your company tons of time and money.  One of the most amazing aspects of 3D printing is how it can be utilized […]

Increasing the Usefulness of your 3D Printer with Mold Products

      Troy Peterson of BJB Enterprises Inc. showed us how to increase the usefulness of your 3D Printer with amazing molding techniques. These are social and educational meetups to learn about this technology, its diverse applications, with opportunities to see 3D Printers in action, show off your latest creations, learn more about open […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]