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Project Hellcat: Custom 3D-Printed Coat Hooks

Custom 3D Printed Coat Hooks for Dodge Hellcat

Airwolf 3D Intern Prescott Campbell is back with a new project: custom 3D-printed coat hooks for the Hellcat, one of Airwolf 3D’s favorite project cars. In the SRT Hellcat Challenger, the two hooks for hanging clothes above the rear windows are made of black Polycarbonate-ABS. Because I’ve been tasked with creating custom parts for the […]

New Video: Winning The Race to Innovation and 3D Printing Hellcat Parts at SEMA 2017

3d printing hellcat

If you follow us on social media (or on the 405 freeway in Southern California), you’ve surely seen our newest and most exciting project car: The Airwolf 3D Hellcat. At any given time at the Airwolf 3D building, you’re likely to hear the thundering rumble of the modern muscle car’s supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 before the […]

Airwolf 3D Breathes New Life Into Old 3D Printers With HD Direct Drive

Cheap 3D Printer

What’s old is new! The classic Airwolf 3D HD series printers are back and better than ever! If you’re on a budget, don’t go for a cheap 3D printer, chose one of our most successful series of 3D printers now available with the same Direct Drive technology that catapulted the AXIOM series to award-winning success. […]

The Leader in 3D Printing Polycarbonate

3D Printer that prints polycarbonate

As new, lower cost desktop 3D printers have made their way into the market over the last few years, more and more of them claim to print polycarbonate successfully. While the technology certainly has improved, the fact still remains: The Airwolf 3D AXIOM series is the only desktop 3D printer on the market under $50,000 […]

Extraterrestrial Transmissions and 3D Printers in LA Make Beautiful Music

Signal Tide Is A Sound and Extraterrestrial Radio Installation That is Out of This World! Berlin-based artists Kata Kovács and Tom O’Doherty  are interested in processes, sounds, and movements that come close to imperceptibility, and the ways in which this material can be transformed through layering, rhythm, pattern, and repetition.  In this project, they decided […]