Airwolf 3D set world record for 3D printing

Airwolf 3D, a desktop 3D printer manufacturer, has set a new Guinness World Record title for most 3D printers operating simultaneously, with 159 machines in action.

Airwolf 3D are a manufacturer that produce high-performance consumables, accessories and 3D printers that are fast, affordable, durable and easy to use.  Currently, Airwolf 3D printers can be found in engineering firms, government agencies and schools worldwide.

This record, which was part of an event on behalf of the charity Robohand, was set at Airwolf 3D Headquarters in Costa Mesa, California.  Each of the 3D printers were fabricating prosthetic hands in a variety of sizes, with a total of 201 printed at the event.

“It was an amazing 24 hours of adrenaline and we were determined to make it happen, and so excited that we did it,” says Airwolf 3D CEO, Eva Wolf. “The best part is that we put our 3D printer farm to work for a good cause.”

Airwolf 3D have experience in running numerous 3D printers simultaneously as they test all of their 3D printers for 20 hours. During this testing period, the machines are 3D printing parts for more machines. At any given time, the Airwolf 3D facility has at least 50 3D printers running at once, churning out more 3D printers.

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