The Airwolf Axiom 3D Printer is a hi-tech looking affair and makes a decent addition to the line of 3D printers available on the market. It has a maximum build capacity of 11.2”x11.2”x7.9”, which makes it of a decent size. It’s nice for intermediates and pros to find a 3d printer that is geared towards large and medium sized builds, which is definitely the case here. This model is an expensive one, so it’s certainly not suitable for the budget-conscious shopper, but it comes with a range of decent additions and features that may well appeal to those looking for something with impressive power.
It supports filaments of PLA, ABS, Laywood and loads more, so those seeking versatility may enjoy this one.There is very little clogging or troublesome issues with this one, so it’s a good choice if you’re seeking a trustworthy and reliable model. The print speed is also good, especially compared to other printers with a build capacity of this size. It can go up to quite high temperatures, and it’s very rare for models to get stuck to the print bed.
This model has a dual extruder, which means that it can print at greater detail – your small details are taken care of by one nozzle, while the larger parts are dealt with by the other. This makes the designs better and the process speedier, which is a very handy combination. The stable thermal environment of the printer means that your prints will very rarely warp or go wrong, so not only are the prints fantastic, they are also very reliable, and you shouldn’t have to go through the painstaking process of making a misshapen print too often.
The print bed of this one automatically calibrates itself, which is always nice in a 3D printer. This feature is becoming more common in printers of this price range, but it’s not always available, which makes this a very handy addition. The software that comes with this is also very good, it has a nice design and it makes things really easy to follow, with lots of versatility and usability.
One downfall with this one is that it isn’t nearly as popular or common as some others on the market. Although this isn’t problematic in itself, it means that it’s less tested, so it’s not as well known and it’s not as easy as it could be to find solutions to your problems online. That shouldn’t necessarily be a breaking point in your decision, but it might be of some importance to some buyers.
Overall, what you have here is a 3d printer that is really capable of fantastic prints. Although it’s less well tested than some other more popular and more well-known brands, if you’re seeking top-quality output at what is a relatively decent price point, you won’t really find much better than this. It has good software, an intelligent design and excellent usability along with an impressive build capacity and very little probability of problems or issues. This one is highly recommended.