Category Archives: 3D Printing for Hobbyists and DIY

This category is reserved for articles relating to the role of 3d printing in DIY and home hobbyists.

3D Printed F1 RC Car

RC Car

If you were anything like me growing up, you were fascinated with anything that drove or flew that could be controlled rometely. From my first RC10 kit, to the sophisticated RC Car that was introduced in the early 2000’s, I was, and still am, an addict. Building these kits was a blast, but what if […]

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 […]

Courtney’s ghosts with Fusion 360: A Halloween 3D printing project

Here at Airwolf 3D I’ve worn a few a hats before beginning my main job, leading our shipping department. One of those hats was running and testing the large amount of printers in our “3D Printer Farm.” After about a month I had become a natural at calibrating, leveling, and diagnosing any issues that might […]

Additive Manufacturing Aids in Dirt Bike Repair

It is always great when kids have outdoor activities available to them, especially when an engineering lesson can be incorporated at the same time. But as most know, when kids play on something for a long period of time, things tend to break. While repeatedly replacing broken parts can become costly, many people, engineers or […]

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 […]