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.

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 […]

3D Printing with IGUS Iglidur: Tips and Tricks

3D Printing with IGUS Iglidur

The countdown to Christmas continues with our 25 Days of Materials, up next is IGUS Iglidur. Tis the season to be jolly, join the Wolfpack in a fun 25 Days of Materials 3D printing countdown to Christmas and learn about 25 different materials and their unique properties! The objects to be 3D printed are part […]

Airwolf 3D Lookback

The Wolfpack at Airwolf 3D is gearing up for the holidays  and the new year. Before we concentrate on the hectic Christmas season, we wanted to put together a post about all the amazing things that have been happening. Every day, we receive pictures and testimonials from teachers, students, hobbyists, and 3D printing enthusiasts creating […]

3D Printed Fallout Helmet

  One of our first customers to order the new AXIOM printer, Bret, has recently printed a Halloween prop for his son. His son is a huge fan of the Fallout series, thus the software engineer went to work on an epic armour helmet. Bret settled on the Airwolf 3D brand due to working with DreamWorks […]

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 […]