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

  • Additional Courses Are Available – including an AXIOM training course.

      Airwolf 3D has added courses to Airwolf3DU, our Additive Manufacturing Online Learning System. The “Using The AXIOM” class course goes into depth on how to operate and maintain the AXIOM 3D Pinter.In addition, you can also take a course in “Post-Processing 3D Printed Parts” for painting, dyeing…

  • Enhancing Spatial Reasoning Abilities: The Power of 3D Printing in Education

    For more than a decade Airwolf 3D has been providing teachers with equipment, supplies and support. This is long enough for us to see elementary school students use our printers and adults purchase our equipment for their professional jobs!  Looking back, one memorable event was “Build Day” –…

  • Reimagining Radiation Therapy: The Rise of 3D Printed Bolus

    As a prominent 3D printer manufacturer, we’ve seen firsthand the leaps and bounds made in the field of 3D printing, particularly in its affordability and efficiency. A fantastic illustration of this is the production process of a 3D printed bolus, a device used in radiation therapy. In the…