The lone and undisputed leader in its price class, the AXIOM 20 stands tall with a towering 20-inch Z-axis and boasts a generous 12.5" x 12" x 20" build chamber.
Costa Mesa, CA (PRWEB) November 01, 2016
Airwolf 3D's history is a history of "firsts." Airwolf 3D was the first company to develop and sell a desktop 3D printer capable of printing high-temperature materials like polycarbonate and polypropylene. Then Airwolf 3D was the first company to create a high-temperature dual extruder desktop 3D printer with two, high-temperature, independently controllable hot ends. Finally, the highly acclaimed AXIOM Dual Extrusion 3D printer was the first of its kind to integrate, in a single machine, what is now Airwolf 3D's signature suite of high-performance features: a fully enclosed build chamber, auto-leveling, and high-temperature dual printing.
Right when it seemed like Airwolf 3D reached the apex of its ability to disrupt the desktop 3D printer market, the Southern-California-based 3D printer manufacturer is changing the game once again with the release of its most innovative printer yet: The AXIOM 20.
The lone and undisputed leader in its price class, the AXIOM 20 stands tall with a towering 20-inch Z-axis and boasts a generous 12.5" x 12" x 20" build chamber. Unlike any other desktop 3D printer in its market segment, the AXIOM 20 possesses the same suite of features that cemented the AXIOM series' top spot as the king of desktop 3D printers: a fully enclosed build chamber, auto-leveling, direct drive dual extrusion with independently controlled hot ends, and the adept ability to print flawlessly in over 40 different materials, including high-temperature, industrial-grade polycarbonate and polypropylene.
In addition to its industry-leading height, rugged construction, and high-temperature printing capabilities, the most notable feature of the AXIOM 20 is its superior accuracy and precision, thanks to its ball screw construction.
"One of the biggest challenges with designing a high-performance 3D printer of this size was getting the Z-axis to work correctly over 20 inches of travel with 20-30 lb. sitting on it," explained Airwolf 3D Co-Founder and Lead Designer Erick Wolf. "We redesigned the bed bracket system and switched from plastic and polycarbonate parts to all aluminum and steel components. Plus, the Z-axis now has a precision ball screw to provide high repeatability, zero backlash, and extreme precision."
With scarce offerings in the area of extra-large-build desktop 3D printers, the AXIOM 20 was created to fill the void in the market. While other "industrial" desktop 3D printers have extended their build size simply to make bigger prints, the parts those printers create are still hollow. With the AXIOM 20, however, you can print high-density parts with materials, such as PLA, PET, ABS, and polycarbonate -- making it an indispensable tool in any industrial shop or engineering design setting.
Built to meet the rigorous demands of the automotive market and other manufacturing industries, the AXIOM 20 easily runs for 30 to 40 hours at a time, making it the toughest, most precise industrial 3D printer in its class.
About Airwolf 3D
Airwolf 3D is committed to designing, manufacturing and selling 3D printers, 3D printing software, and 3D Printing Accessories that are fast, affordable, durable, and easy to use. Airwolf 3D has authorized dealers in more than 20 countries around the world. Airwolf 3D printers are delivered fully assembled and ready to print. All Airwolf 3D printers are made in America and manufactured in the company’s 12,000 sq. ft. facility in Costa Mesa, California. Airwolf 3D printers can be found in Fortune 500 companies, engineering firms, government agencies and schools worldwide. If you would like to buy the best 3D printer in its class, please visit http://airwolf3d.com/shop/. Or you can telephone (949) 478-2933, email info(at)airwolf3d.com, or visit the company’s showroom at 130 McCormick, Suite 105, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 for a free demonstration.