Airwolf 3D Launches Entry-Level AW3D HDL 3D Printer

The system is available for $2,295.

Airwolf 3D has added the entry-level AW3D HDL desktop printer to its portfolio. It is ideal for educators, professionals and resellers looking for a printer that is affordable. The HDL is priced at $2,295.

The printer’s build envelope is 12 x 8 x 11 inches, and it offers a layer-to-layer resolution of 0.8mm with a maximum speed of 150 mm/s. Print media can include biodegradable PLA (polylactic acid), and PLA variants such as Soft PLA, LayBrick, LayWood and BronzeFill. TPE and TPU filaments can also be used.

The printer comes fully assembled and users have the option to add capabilities like the JRx dual hot end. The JRx is able to print with engineering-grade filaments like polycarbonate and Bridge nylon.

“The AW3D HDL is not a toy for hobbyists,” said Erick Wolf, Airwolf 3D founder and chairman. “It’s a serious professional 3D printer built in response to customers asking for a high-quality unit at an aggressive price point. The only difference between it and our most advanced 3D printer is the absence of technically advanced features, which can easily be added as needs and budgets dictate.”

For more information, visit Airwolf 3D.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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