Award Winning 3D Printer: Airwolf 3D is the Recipient of Outstanding Enterprise Hardware & Device Award for OC Tech Alliance’s 21st Annual High-Tech Innovation Awards

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The HDx 3D Printer from Airwolf 3D, the best-in-class desktop 3D printer, was announced as the Recipient of the Outstanding Enterprise Hardware & Device Award at the OC Tech Alliance 21st Annual High Tech Awards dinner, October 9th, at the Westin South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa.

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Each category was highly competitive; attesting to the wealth of innovation in the Orange County tech community

The Westin South Coast Plaza, Santa Ana, Calif., October 9th, 2014 — The HDx 3D Printer from Airwolf 3D, the best-in-class desktop 3D printer, was announced as the Recipient of the Outstanding Enterprise Hardware & Device Award at the OC Tech Alliance 21st Annual High Tech Awards dinner, October 9th, at the Westin South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa.

Airwolf 3D designs easy-to-use 3D printers that are not only accurate, but also capable of incredibly fast print speeds, with a wide variety of materials and with a huge platform. The printer is ideally suited for engineers, hobbyists, and students alike, allowing one to explore their inner creativity to an extent not previously thought possible. Our goal and mission is: To make and sell a superior desktop 3D printer.

“The Orange County Technology Alliance is delighted to recognize Airwolf 3D for its outstanding innovation,” said Peter Craig, CEO, OC Tech Alliance. “Each category was highly competitive; attesting to the wealth of innovation in the Orange County tech community.”

“Airwolf 3D is humbled and honored to accept this award from our friends in the OC tech community. I would like to thank all of our talented staff. Their continued dedication helps drive our success,” said Erick Wolf, Chairman and Co-founder, Airwolf 3D, “We would like to congratulate Kevin Crossett of Huntington Beach High School and Ed Hernandez of Tustin High School for their nominations in the category of High Impact Teacher of the Year in Science, Math & Technology.” Both of these excellent educators have incorporated Airwolf 3D printers into their curricula and demonstrated how students can benefit from 3D printing technology. Established and headquartered in Costa Mesa, Airwolf 3D is proud to support the Orange County tech industry and STEM education programs throughout the region.

About Orange County Technology Alliance
Orange County Technology Alliance is a 501(c)6 nonprofit trade association committed to fast-forwarding the local innovation economy. It is the successor organization to the Orange County Council of TechAmerica and AeA. It is the only technology association addressing the needs of small-to-midsize technology companies and their leaders based in Orange County, Calif. The alliance serves members through local networking, professional development, state and federal advocacy, savings on business services and industry recognition. To learn more about membership, contact OC Tech Alliance at octech@octechalliance.com or http://www.octechalliance.com. Follow alliance activities on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/octechalliance.

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 12,000 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 http://www.airwolf3d.com, telephone (949) 478-2933, email info(at)airwolf3d(dot)com, or visit the company’s showroom at 130 McCormick, Suite 106, Costa Mesa, CA 92636 for a free demonstration.

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