There are plenty of affordable 3D printers available on the market. If you are a pro and can afford to pay a bit more, you should consider getting a more advanced 3D printer. The AirWolf 3D AW3D HDx Printer is a new printer with Airwolf’s patent pending JRx hot end to handle high temperatures up to 599-degrees F. It can be used to print Bridge nylon, Nylon 645, and polycarbonate materials.
Imagine a 3D printer that can print engineering-grade materials placed on every desktop. magine the creativity it could unleash as engineers and artists experiment and create objects that until now were virtually impossible to affordably print. That’s our vision: to bring imagination to the desktop
explained Erick Wolf, founder and CEO of Airwolf 3D. Here are the specs for this printer:
- print volume of 1,150 cubic inches (12”x8”x12”)
- materials: Polycarbonate, Nylon, Nylon Bridge, and more
- maximum print speed of 150mm/s
- layer-to-layer resolution: 0.06mm
- software: MatterControl
- OS: Windows/Mac
You can get this printer for $3495.