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Airwolf 3D Wins Outstanding Enterprise Hardware & Device Award from the OC Tech Alliance

Southern California small business organisation OC Tech Alliance has awarded Airwolf 3D its Outstanding Enterprise Hardware & Device Award for their HD2X 3D Printer at the 21st Annual High Tech Innovation Awards dinner ceremony held on October 9th 2014.

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

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The OC Technology Alliance is a southern California technology advocacy and lobbying group that assists its members with dealing with legislative issues and helps attract new industry and businesses to the area. They also offer networking opportunities and help companies with community outreach. Here is a clip of Airwolf 3D CEO Erick Wolf accepting his award:

“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 Airwolf 3D Co-founder and Chairman Erick Wolf. “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.”

HD2x Airwolf 3d printerCosta Mesa California’s Airwolf 3D has been having a very good year, the company recently released its new dual extruder 3D printer the HD2X and has been making headway with getting its 3D printers in to schools to help encourage STEM education. Wolf recently lead a 3D printer build day with Orange County school teachers, walking the educators step by step through the assembly and operation of his award winning 3D printer kits. At the end of the build day, the teachers were allowed to take the 3D printers back to their classrooms and use them in their curriculum.

Airwolf 3D manufactures all of its 3D printers and 3D printer components in their 12,000 sq foot building located in Costa Mesa, California and if you’re local you can visit their showroom for a free 3D printing demonstration. You can find out more about Airwolf 3D on their website, and you can learn more about the OC Technology Alliance here.