Category Archives: Coolest 3D Printed Objects

3D Scanning Bones and Artifacts

3D Scanning Mammoth Bone

Airwolf 3D Creative Director Tyler Caros shares his latest project and offers up tips for 3D scanning objects on a budget and preparing them for 3D printing. Why use 3D scanning for 3D printing? 3D scanning and 3D printing really go hand in hand. There are many ways to create 3D models, but using 3D […]

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 […]

3D Printing with Stainless Steel PLA: Tips and Tricks

3D Printing with Stainless Steel PLA

The Countdown to Christmas Continues with Our 25 Days of Materials, up next is Stainless Steel PLA 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 […]

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 […]

Airwolf 3D’s AXIOM Enters the Discovery Cube OC

Create a powerful STEM learning experience by hosting a Student 3D Printer Maker Challenge! We provide training for teachers, quantity pricing, and sponsorship of cash prizes. Click here to learn more about hosting your own 3D Printer Competition for Students. Earlier this month, Airwolf 3D’s co-founders Erick and Eva Wolf donated one of their brand […]

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 […]

Airwolf 3D finds new use for polycarbonate filament on the trail.

Photo of Airwolf 3D's Jowell Randall field testing his custom polycarbon clutch lever in Lucerne Valley, CA.

The Pinky Problem Airwolf 3D’s Jowell Randall likes to do things his own way. While his friends were busy pretending to be Batman, Jowell was the Green Arrow. When other kids begged their parents for ice cream, Jowell clamored for fruit. Similarly, while most dirt bike riders use their index and middle fingers to squeeze their clutch lever, Jowell prefers […]

3DMedScan develops “In-Sync 3D Putting” trainer.

3DMedScan Putting trainer

Are you prepared for USGA rule 14-1b? In 2016, USGA rule 14-1b will go into effect prohibiting the use of anchored strokes in professional golf. Recreational and amateur players will have a bit longer to prepare for the rule change; however, he/she may have to contend with the competitive jabs of his peers when he employs the […]

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 […]

“Smart Art” by Jeff Cain: 3D Art Project Entitled, “Canis Latrans No. 1”

3D art project by Jeff Cain entitled, "Canis Latrans No. 1"

USC faculty Jeff Cain shows new 3d printed sculpture at the Cerritos College Art Gallery. Cerritos College Art Gallery recently showcased artist Jeff Cain’s, “Canis Latrans  no. 1” as part of its ART+TECH Artist-in-Residence program. The program was created to give selected artists free-reign to utilize the advanced technology located on the Cerritos campus. The […]

3D Printed Large Gear

3D printd large solid gear in ABS

What can you do with a 3D printer? With a 3D printer, you can make replacement parts for machinery. This large gear was 3D printed solid.  It was made with an Airwolf 3D printer, with a standard .50 nozzle and natural ABS filament. The possibilities are endless.  Our 3D printer is fast, accurate and easier […]

Featured 3D Printed Object Keychain

keychain 3d printed

What can you do with a 3D printer? With a 3D printer, you can bring your creations to life. This keychain charm was printed in less than 20 minutes using an Airwolf 3D printer, with a standard .50 nozzle and silver ABS filament. The possibilities are endless.  Our 3D printer is fast, accurate and easier […]

Featured 3D Printed Object

3d print custom green iphone cover case

What can you do with a 3D printer? With a 3D printer, you can bring your creations to life. This iPhone case was printed in less than 20 minutes using an Airwolf 3D printer, with a standard .50 nozzle and bright green ABS filament. The possibilities are endless.  Our 3D printer is fast, accurate and […]