Co-Founder, Eva Wolf


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Meet Eva Wolf, the co-founder of Airwolf 3D. Passionate about 3D printing and education, Eva plays an active role in Airwolf 3D’s educational initiatives and instruction development. With extensive involvement in school advisory boards, including CTE business partner boards, she brings a wealth of experience to the table. Currently pursuing her doctoral degree, Eva’s research interests span a range of impactful topics, from spatial ability development in youth to 3D Bolus effectiveness and production, girls in STEM, predictive data analytics, and the socio-economic and sustainability impacts of manufacturing trends. If you’re as excited as she is about these areas, join the conversation and share your expertise through our confidential survey or collaboration opportunities. Your insights could make a meaningful contribution to advancing our understanding in these fields!

Mrs. Wolf holds a Bachelor of Science in Business from the University of Redlands and a Master’s in Business from the University of California, Irvine. Currently, she is pursuing doctoral studies at Florida International University.

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Eva’s Blog Posts

  • FIRST Robotics Competition and 3D Printing in the Classroom: How They’re Changing Education

    3D printing and the FIRST Robotics Competition are changing the way students learn in school. 3D printing is making it possible for students to create objects they could never have before, while the FIRST Robotics Competition is teaching students teamwork and problem-solving skills. These two technologies are helping…

  • Introducing The Additive Manufacturing Online Learning System

    Airwolf 3D is proud to announce that after months of informative and instructional content creation, the Airwolf3DU Additive Manufacturing Online Learning System is live! This in-depth class covers a wide range of topics that will benefit you and your company when implementing an EVO Additive Manufacturing system into…

  • 3D Printing the Future with the College of William and Mary

    At the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, the students do not only use 3D printers, they are surrounded by them. They are part of what makes William and Mary a leader in advanced, hands-on learning and what makes them one of the best schools in…