Airwolf 3D Expands to Larger Facility to Accommodate Growing Demand for 3D Printers

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Demand for desktop 3D printers is on the Rise. California-based 3D printer manufacturer expands to meet growing demand.

Increased Production of 3D Printers at Airwolf 3D

Increased Production of 3D Printers at Airwolf 3D

New facility will support the production of upwards of 20 printers per day.

To meet the growing demand for high quality 3D printers of its own design and manufacture, Airwolf 3D has moved to a 5,200 square-foot facility in Costa Mesa, CA. Located at 130 McCormick Avenue, #112, the facility includes a factory showroom, conference and training room, warehouse with manufacturing and packaging stations, and offices. According to President Erick Wolf, the new facility will "support the production of upwards of 20 printers per day." Wolf adds that "because we print the majority of our components on site, we have the ability to rapidly evolve our machines to accommodate current technology in a way not previously possible with conventional injection molding."

Founded in 2012, Airwolf 3D is committed to manufacturing premium, high quality 3D printers and delivering the best customer service in the industry. It provides its worldwide customer base with 3D printers shipped within 7-14 days, technical support, specialty parts, and opportunities to network with other 3D printer enthusiasts. With personnel richly experienced in both 3D printing processes and machine manufacturing and design, Airwolf3D stands alone as a quality provider of 3D printers, customer service, workshops, and training sessions in Southern California.

In September, Airwolf 3D will host an open house for members of the Orange County 3D Printer Meet-up Group and other interested individuals. More information about this upcoming event will be posted in the Airwolf 3D newsletter available at airwolf3D.com. For a free 40-minute on-site demonstration by Airwolf 3D staff, call (949) 478-AW3D (2933) to schedule an appointment.

Airwolf 3D is located near where the 73, 55, and 405 Freeways intersect and less than one mile from the John Wayne International Airport (also known as SNA airport) from which shuttle service can be arranged.

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