Tag Archives: Erick Wolf

How to Restart Your 3D Print After a Power Outage

3D printing large parts is a time-consuming process, and the last thing you want is a power outage to ruin hours of build time. Fortunately, all EVO 3D Printers have a built in feature allowing you to restart your print seamlessly, even after a power interruption. In this step-by-step guide, we’ll walk you through the […]

How to Use the Restore Feature on the EVO 3D Printers

Restore Feature on the EVO2X Fastest Largest 3D Printer for Commerical Use

Introduction In the world of 3D printing, ensuring perfect layer adhesion is crucial, especially for large prints. What happens when you encounter a filament jam or run out of filament? Some printers have filament sensors, but they can give false positives over time. EVO 3D printers offer a simple and effective solution with its Restore […]

Leveraging the Pause and Resume 3D Printing Feature for Long Prints


The Power of Pause and Resume in 3D Printing At Airwolf 3D, we pride ourselves on the advanced features of our EVO 2X 3D printer, especially when it comes to handling extensive projects. This printer is specifically engineered to produce large components from robust engineering materials like ABS and polycarbonate. Currently, we’re in the midst […]

EVO 2X: Printing in the Fast Lane – Discover Airwolf’s New Larger and Faster 3D Printer


Airwolf 3D is unveiling an eagerly anticipated new machine, which has been under meticulous development for a considerable period. In an exclusive interview, we had the opportunity to sit down with Erick Wolf, the visionary founder of Airwolf 3D, to gain valuable insights and perspectives on this exciting upcoming product. What makes Airwolf 3D printers […]

Press Release: Supersized 3D Printing: Airwolf 3D Unveils EVO 2X, an Advanced Large Format Desktop Additive Manufacturing Center

3D Printing in the Fast Lane – Discover Airwolf’s New Larger and Faster 3D Printer Airwolf 3D’s latest creation, the EVO 2X, enables enthusiasts and professionals to produce colossal prints using a diverse range of materials including ABS, Polycarbonate, Nylon, HydroFill Water-Soluble Support, and over 40 other 3D-printing materials. Building upon the impressive stature of […]

3D Printed Lithium Battery Adapter for 2014 and Up Ford Mustangs, GT350 and GT350R Mustangs

Additive manufacturing is a great tool in that it allows the quick and easy prototyping and pre-production models of all types of parts, spanning several industries. From medical to automotive, it has been used heavily throughout the past 10 years, especially as the equipment has come down in price and is more readily available. There […]

Celebrating 10 Years of Innovation

As Airwolf 3D celebrates ten years of uninterrupted service to the manufacturing and educational communities, we take this opportunity to thank you for helping us succeed. It’s been ten years since Airwolf 3D first began offering 3d printers, and you have been the best customers! Ten years ago today, Airwolf 3D opened its doors for […]

Restoring the Lotus with 3D Printing

3D Printing Lotus Parts

Restoring Lotus Automobiles with Additive Manufacturing The automotive industry is at the forefront of the additive manufacturing revolution. Ford, Porsche, GM are adding their own 3D printing divisions and are even printing end-use parts. These automotive giants are investing millions of dollars to create programs involving 3D printing integration. Lotus Prepared By Claudius is the […]

Factory Five Roadster – Volume 5 3D Printing and Tooling Case Study: Steering Rack Stops

 As we move along swiftly with project Project Factory Five Cobra, we’ve found another need for customization – steering rack stops for our manual steering rack.  In particular, the factory-supplied steering rack has too much travel. By that, we mean the wheels turn too much. While a tight turning radius is generally preferred, we […]

Factory Five Roadster – Volume 4 – 3D Printing and Tooling Case Study: Timing Seal Installer

In this installment of Project Factory Five Cobra, we’ll be discussing replacing the timing cover seal on our Ford 302 small block engine. The timing cover seal is designed to seal the engine and keep oil from escaping. The seal has a metallic outer body and is pressed into the timing cover. As these seals […]

Press Release: Airwolf 3D Announces It’s Newest 3D Printer

Advanced Technology in a Small Package The EVOlution of desktop 3D printing continues with the EVO R, the latest edition to Airwolf’s EVO series of additive manufacturing machines. The EVO R embodies the ideal formula for engineers, educators, and designers: dependability, safety, efficiency, and affordability in a space-efficient package with an approximate 12” x 8.75” x 9” build […]

Factory Five Roadster – Volume 3 – 3D Printing Tooling: Ford Mustang Rear Axle Seal Installer

3d printing tooling Axle Seal Installer

Working on cars like Project Cobra can be very rewarding.  However, at times there will be a few hiccups along the way. Here we encountered such an issue replacing our rear axles.  As astute readers may know, in order to outfit project Cobra with vintage-style Halibrand wheels, we must convert the standard 4 lug mustang […]

Performance-increasing Airbox Lid For Honda Trx 450er – A Case Study in Additive Manufacturing, Design, Construction, and Implementation

3D Printed Airbox Lid For Honda Trx

A Case Study in Additive Manufacturing, Design, Construction, and Implementation The Honda TRX450ER is one of the most popular high-performance ATVs ever made. In stock form, it tends to be a reliable and tractable recreational vehicle, recommended for use by those 16 and over:   However, when it’s time to race, the 450 can be […]

Tips for Successful Extended Polycarbonate 3D Prints

Extended Polycarbonate 3D Prints for Production

Printing Polycarbonate for Production 1. Video This video shows the EVO making 48 individual polycarbonate pieces over a period of 40 straight hours.  For a desktop 3D printer this is a formidable accomplishment. In fact, the EVO is the only desktop 3D printer capable of printing large batch polycarbonate parts  a. These parts, referred to […]

Factory Five Roadster – Volume 1 – 3D Printing A Muffler Mockup


Airwolf was started for the purpose of making prototype parts for automobiles.  However, before we could start building car parts, we started building 3D printers.  Before we knew it, our days, nights, and weekends were entirely consumed with building, selling and servicing 3D printers.  Fast forward seven (7) years and many thousands of 3D printers […]

A fresh new look, packed with more improvements. Here are the latest updates to APEX 1.5.9

Introducing configurable auto-slicing, same material solid layer support and highly-requested features and fixes with software update 1.5.9 Airwolf 3D is pleased to release some more exciting updates to APEX! Developed specifically for Airwolf 3D printers, APEX slicing software is part of our commitment to continually improve the 3D printing process for our customers. Aside from […]

Top 5 Things to Know About 3D Printing ABS Parts

3D Printing ABS Parts

1. Advantages of 3D Printing in ABS Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (“ABS”) is found in a variety of applications due to its useful range of mechanical properties. Even outside of the 3D printing industry, ABS is widely used in the automotive and aerospace industry due to its high-temperature tolerance as well as great […]

“Metal Printing for the Masses” at MD&M 2018

Metal Printing for the Masses

With the arrival of the new EVO Additive Manufacturing Center came an outpouring of questions about the machine’s metal printing capability. At the 2018 Design & Manufacturing Show in Anaheim, CA, Airwolf 3D Co-Founder and CEO Erick Wolf gave a presentation entitled “Metal Printing for the Masses,” in which he explained how anyone can 3D […]

Project Mustang 5.0: 3D-Printed Bypass Pipe for Leaking Heater Core

3D-Printed Polycarbonate Part

Airwolf 3D Co-Founder/CTO Erick Wolf kicks off Project Mustang 5.0 by repairing a leaky heater core with a custom-made 3D-printed polycarbonate part. Project Mustang 5.0 is the most recent addition to Airwolf 3D’s stable of cool American cars. Being the car nuts that we are, the Mustang is the perfect addition as it is a […]

Erick Wolf talks about Airwolf 3D’s newest large 3D Printer

The Axiom is Airwolf 3D's newest large 3D printer.

An inside look at Airwolf 3D’s newest large 3D printer, the AXIOM 3D Hi, my name is Erick Wolf and I’m the founder of Airwolf 3D and the lead designer of the AXIOM 3D Printer. The idea today is to show you quickly how to get started using this large 3D printer. The AXIOM’s frame […]

Understanding an Industry with Erick Wolf

    Join Airwolf 3D at the Pasadena Convention Center this September 11th or 12th for the annual 3D Printshow LA. The 3D Printshow brings together leaders from the 3D printing industry.  Erick Wolf, Co-founder of Airwolf 3D and industry expert, will present the keynote speech to start off the “BUSINESS: PROGRESSING PERCEPTIONS” sessions.  Erick’s […]

Event Announcement: 2015 Atlantic Design and Manufacturing Expo

Atlantic Design and Manufacturing Expo Banner

    Join Airwolf 3D at the Atlantic Design and Manufacturing Conference and Exhibition at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York, NY from June 9th through the 11th. Airwolf 3D will be stationed at booth #428, and dozens of technology companies will be on hand to demonstrate the latest technological advances in several medical fields including: 3D […]

Wolfpack gears up for 14th annual Pacific Design and Manufacturing Expo.

2015 Pacific Design and Manufacturing Expo

The 14th annual Pacific Design and Manufacturing expo is fast approaching! This year the event will be hosted at the Anaheim Convention Center from February 10th through the 12th and it promises to be jam-packed with more than 300 exhibiting companies in the design, manufacturing, and process solutions fields. Attendees of the expo will have […]