Airwolf 3D, a designer and manufacturer of high-performance 3D printers and kits, will be showcasing its American-made products in Booth 109/111 at 3D Printer World Expo here today, while Airwolf 3D president Erick Wolf will address the industry’s intellectual property issues at a conference seminar on Saturday morning, February 1 at 9:00 AM.
Airwolf 3D is noteworthy in that it uses its own 3D printers to replicate themselves nearly 24/7 at the company’s headquarters. Not only does this maintain quality control, it enables Airwolf 3D technicians to seamlessly evolve and improve the machines. The process also acts as quality control (QC) to ensure the 3D printers perform flawlessly over long periods of continuous use.
“Our high-performance 3D printers are fast, accurate and easy to use, making them ideal for teachers, gamers and software designers attending the Expo,” stated company president Erick Wolf. “The first thing people want when they buy a 3D printer is to make something, so they can just download an STL (STereoLithography) from several locations on the Internet and slice and print. And unlike other printers that may only offer 8 different printing materials, our 3D printers accept up to 12 from multiple sources, which makes them remarkably cost efficient.”
Airwolf 3D’s flagship product is the AW3D HD that features a class-leading build envelope of 1,150 cubic inches (12” x 8” x 7”), making it ideal for large prototyping. The printer offers layer-to-layer resolution as fine as 0.06mm and a maximum print speed of 150mm/s with a positioning precision of 0.02mm. Because the 3D printer is fully autonomous, no link-up to a computer is required. MSRP for the fully assembled and calibrated AW3D HD with Airwolf 3D’s proprietary jam-resistant hot end is $2,995.
Additional models include the AW3D XL ($2,399 MSRP), AW3D V5 ($1,695 MSRP) and two 3D printer kits that come unassembled and presoldered: AW3D XL ($1,895 MSRP) and AW3D ($1,295 MSRP).
Airwolf 3D printers include Marlin Firmware, Pronterface/Repetier Host Controller, Slic3r GCode generator and a six-month warranty. They are compatible with both Windows and Mac computers.
The patent-pending Airwolf JR (jam resistant) 3D printer hot end provides higher performance than standard nozzles along with vastly increased serviceability. This drop-in replacement for Prusa-derived 3D printers is available with 0.50mm and optional 0.35mm orifice nozzles.
About Airwolf 3D
Airwolf 3D is committed to manufacturing high-performance 3D printers that are fast, affordable, durable and easy to use. All 3D printers are made in America, manufactured in the company’s 5,000 sq. ft. facility in Costa Mesa, Calif. Currently, Airwolf 3D printers can be found in engineering firms, government agencies and schools worldwide. For more information visit www.airwolf3d.com, telephone (949) 478-2933, email [email protected], or visit the company’s showroom at 130 McCormick, Suite 112, Costa Mesa, CA 92636 for a free demonstration.