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AXIOM 3D Printer is a finalist in the 2016 Golden Mousetrap Awards. This product, by Airwolf 3D, was identifyed as a finalist in the category of Materials & Assembly, 3D-Printing & Rapid Prototyping, Materials, Tools & Services.
COSTA MESA, Calif. (PRWEB) February 03, 2016
Airwolf 3D right now announces the AXIOM 3D Printer has been identifyed as a finalist for the Golden Mousetrap Award in the category of Materials & Assembly, 3D-Printing & Rapid Prototyping, Materials, Tools & Services.
“We are humbled by this award and for the AXIOM to be honored by our pro peers,” said Erick Wolf, discovereder and chairman, Airwolf 3D. “We took a clean sheet of paper and set out to solve the issues that users have in operating PC 3D printing devices. The conceptualization, create and testing took us approximately two years to get ideal and we may not be additional elated with the results,” continues Mr. Wolf. “AXIOM offers higher resolution, additional material capabilities and advantageous ease-of-use than printing devices costing additional than three times the price. We are grateful the committee recognizes all the complex work, energy and advancement that went into building the AXIOM a good results.”
Ease-of-use has been important in the create of the AXIOM with the integration of a print bed auto-leveling system. Prior to each 3D print, the four-point print bed leveling system instantly calibrates the print bed ensuring the proper first layer height and orientation, and and so actively maintains that leveling throughout the entire print system. When combined with AstroPrint – a cloud-based slicing and printing device management system – users can just identify the AXIOM, the desired print material and the print resolution all in a matter of seconds.
AXIOM uses a state-of-the-art CoreXY motion control system for high-speed movement and exact control of the print head. Using a fully enclosed housing created of extruded aluminum and injection molded polycarbonate components, AXIOM can print pieces as sizeable as 12.5″x8″x10″ that is three to four times sizeabler than competing products. The fully enclosed printing device comes with a standard heated bed that produces a consistent heat environment for printing sizeable, high-resolution parts at layer heights as low as 40 microns. The printing device supports a wide range of thermoplastics – of low-temperature materials like TPU and PLA, to high-temperature materials like nylon and polycarbonate.
The Golden Mousetrap Awards are sponsored by UBM Canon and celebrate the good results of the American folks, companies, and technologies that are driving progress in product create and making. Specifically, the Golden Mousetrap Awards celebrate the return and renaissance of making in North America by honoring those companies and folks who are building it possible. Winners can be announced in a live ceremony on February 9, 2016, in conjunction with Pacific Design & Manufacturing, ATX West, Electronics West, WestPack, PLASTEC West, MD&M West, and Quality Expo in Anaheim.
About Airwolf 3D
Airwolf 3D is committed to createing, making and selling 3D printing devices and 3D printing peripherals that are swift, low-cost, durable and effortless to use. Airwolf 3D has authorized dealers in additional than 20 countries around the world. Airwolf 3D printing devices are delivered fully assembled and eager to print. All Airwolf 3D printing devices are created in America and manufactured in the company’s 12,000 sq. ft. facility in Costa Mesa, California. Airwolf 3D printing devices can be discovered in Fortune 500 companies, engineering firms, government agencies and schools of the world. If you may like to buy the most 3D printing device in its class, please visit http://airwolf3d.com/shop/. Or you can telephone (949) 478-2933, email email@example.com, or visit the company’s showroom at 130 McCormick, Suite 105, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 for a free demonstration.
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