Category Archives: 3D Printing for Engineers/Architects

This category is reserved for articles that relate to the 3D printing in the fields of Engineering and Architecture.

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 […]

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 printing architectural models with JB Architecture

How Architects 3D print architectural models.

We love running into our friends from JB Architecture (jbA) on Twitter because they’re always building something new and beautiful…with a little help from their Airwolf 3D printers. Based in Chichester, West Sussex, jbA is an award-winning architectural practice that has found much success 3D printing architectural models. For example, if a client comes to […]

Are your 3D-printed ABS parts not sticking to the bed?

Are your 3D-printed ABS parts not sticking to the bed

Are your parts made from ABS not sticking to the bed? In the world of 3D printing, ABS can be a very frustrating material to work with. Are you tired of trying to remove your parts and you end up either breaking your glass, the PET film or the parts themselves? Or maybe your parts […]